I seem to have an issue where, if the network shared hard drives (attached to a Windows 10 NUC) where I store my media files have spun down due to lack of activity, Infuse won’t wake them up. Selecting a movie will give the dreaded “An error occurred loading this content.” I’ve found that if I go into the tvOS version of VLC and access the share, I can hear the hard drive spin up. Afterwards, I can go into Infuse and everything works normally (until I leave it idle too long again). Any ideas? Do I have to set the drives to never sleep in the power settings of Win10, and take the potential reduction in lifespan?