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    0x800705ad Insufficient Quota to complete the requested service -- any idea

    I just started getting this error today.

    I have a W7 laptop. I often store a file(s) in a directory, then copy and paste them to a shared folder on my Desktop XP machine.

    All of a sudden, one of these files keeps coming up with the error listed above in the subject title.
    It also wipes out the file on my XP machine.

    Specifically, let's call the file blah.wks. I update the file every day and save the revised version on my laptop and then copy/paste it to the XP machine. Now I do this with a few data files but the error seems to only occur with the one file.

    So, any ideas? Is the problem on my W7 machine or XP machine? I googled it and one article (Wikipedia) said to do a System Restore or d/l some program that fixes the error. I'm not sure I want to do the latter. I could do the former, but to which machine? I would also hope there would be an easier fix.

    Suggestions?

    Mel

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    Try increasing your PF size, or set it up to have the operating system manage it.
    Reboot after changes are made.

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    On the W7 machine it is automatically managed.

    Are you talkng about the W7 machine or the XP machine?

    Mel

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    Are you transfering these files via a network connection between PC's?

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    Yes.

    The problem might be resolved. I rebooted the system.
    Mel

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