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Old 03-31-02, 01:16 PM
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Accessing shares: 1 PC is fine other not sharing

I just finished setting up my peer-to-peer network and I am having problems accessing shares on new machine. Right now the new machine is using winxp pro and the old machine has w2k pro. I am using a linksys 4port router and both machines have access to the internet and we both can play head-to-head games fine. I can see the shares in network places but can't access them. I can access shares on my old machine, but the old machine can't pull anything off the new one. I keep the getting the error:

Not enough server storage is available to process this command.

Does anyone know how to fix this?

New Machine:
P4 1.6A
ASUS P4S333
512mb PC2700

Old Machine
PIII 500mhz
Intel Board
256 pc100
Old 04-01-02, 12:37 AM
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http://www.jsiinc.com/SUBA/tip0100/rh0153.htm

0153 "Not enough server storage is available to process this command".




If you receive the subject or similar message, you may have a non-zero PagedPoolSize entry in the registry. Edit:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management

Set PagedPoolSize to 0.

Reboot.

Another possible cause of this error is if you installed a Service Pack before installing any networking components. If this is the case, re-apply the Service Pack (and any hotfixes).




or MS
http://support.microsoft.com/default...;EN-US;q106167
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No Dice, I tried the registry thing and nothing. Another thing I just found out is when I try to run Norton DiskDoctor I am getting a message stating the operating system has exclusive access to the c:\. This message starting coming up when I tried to rename my c:\ drive as c$. Is there anything I can do fix this? How do I unlock my c:\ drive now? Even if I turn off sharing it stills comes up saying the operating system is the only allowed to access the c:\.
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Certainly the C$ share is an admin share, and you will be unable to turn off sharing on it.
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Yeah, you would need to add a new share on the XP machine, the c$ is the default admin share only.
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Certainly the C$ share is an admin share, and you will be unable to turn off sharing on it.
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I get this same message with my two xp systems. one system can see the others shares and view the files with no problems.

the other system can see what is shared, but cannot view any files.

when they try, they get the referenced message above.

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