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    Mapped Drives lost (XP Pro)

    Don't know if you recall, but back in <post#=687,846>post 687,846</post#> I spoke of losing mappings to different drives/folders.

    The problem is back -- out of "nowhere".

    I tried shutting everything else down, didn't help. I tried shutting my machine off for some 20 minutes, didn't help.

    I'm still getting the error shown below.

    Could this be some kind of hardware issue? If so, why "out of nowhere"? If not, what the heck can it be? Again?!

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    Re: Mapped Drives lost (XP Pro)

    Doing a Google on:
    <code>mapped network drive xp "not enough server storage is available"</code>
    brings up plenty of possible answers.

    Are you still running beta software?

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    Re: Mapped Drives lost (XP Pro)

    Leif:

    I had lost my way...

    I found the prior post I had made ( <post#=682,755>post 682,755</post#> ) where I had been given the fix -- which worked again aamof.

    I apologize... I took a couple copies this time of the post, referenced different ways, to help my poor addled mind keep up.

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