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Old Mar 06, 2005, 11:33 PM
buscuitboy buscuitboy is offline
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I have a network (w/ NETGEAR wireless router) that consists of the following:

1 wired desktop (WinXP)
2 wireless desktops (WinXP)
2 wireless laptops (WinXP)

I recently got a Hitachi 250GB hard drive that I connected to one of the laptops via a USB port. I was able to set it up so that it can be shared on the entire network & was able to transfer to/from it with no problems. However, recently when I now try to access it from any other computer, I am getting the following error:

"Not Enough server Storage is available to process this command"

I can still access it from the laptop it is directly connected to, but can't access it from any other computer on the network. Anybody have any idea what this error means?
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Old Apr 07, 2005, 01:45 PM
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I'm having the same problem. Did you resolve this yet?
 

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