Have you set it to SMB 2.0, not SMB 1 +2 in Merlin? I think it falls back to SMB 1.0 if you select the default option, which means Windows 10 can't see it, since they removed SMB1.0 support a little while ago. If that doesn't work, you can reinstall SMB1.0 in Windows 10 under Control Panel>Program and Files>Turn windows features on and off - tick the SMB 1.0/CIFS... box then reboot. Make sure you've created at least one folder on your drive, such as Movies or Files or whatever, as it typically can't see just the root directory. Then in File Explorer, right click on This PC, select map network drive, then enter \\192.168.1.1 and click Browse, and it should show the folder(s): If you still can't see the drive, then I'd recommend using NTFS rather than a Linux format like EXT4. It should be $179 in store as well, I grabbed mine a few weeks ago in JB at that price.