About the System Restore problem on Win. 7, go to support.microsoft.com/kb/2709289
You'll find the hotfix to download and the whole procedure to fix the problem definitively.
For Foobar using your Oppo through UPnP :
The issue can either comme from Foobar/Win7 or your Oppo itself (or both).
If you are able to control your Oppo (I mean access the drive through UPnP and play music from it) from an other device, it definitely comes from Foobar
(However, definitely is not a word I use with computer, we never know every details)
- So First of all, assure that Foobar is allowed to access network by checking your firewall's rules.
- Foobar has no settings for UPnP (it makes a little bit of sen, UPnP Has been done for that) So one thing you should do :
Uninstall Foobar (completly).
Install the last version,
Add the "UPnP MediaRender Output" & The "UPNP/DNLA Renderer,Server,Control Point" components
At that point, win7 should ask you if you want to allow Foobar to access network. You might want to check if win7 consider your local network as "home" or "outside" (from the network center in
control panel). Accept foobar to access network, either home or home & outside.
IF win7 didn't ask you anything -> Checking firewall rules is mandatory (and the real ones you can access from the "advanced options" in your firewall control center
If everything seems all right, then it's time to check out you Oppo.
Start with checking if your Oppo has done an firmware update recently. You might not be able to see the last update
(I don't know the Oppo 103).
Check the Oppo settings to (Again, if it works from an other device, It should work from Foobar, UPnP has been designed on the purpose)
Finally, if Oppo has been updated recently, you might try to go back to the previous firmware, it could be an implantation bug (I'm not sure if it's possible to do that on that device).
Hope you'll good with that (otherwise, gonna be tricky)