I have two PC’s using XP Home and networked through a BT Home hub. Both of the PC’s have external hard drives attached and each of those external drives have been visible to the other via Windows Explorer. I have just installed a new hard drive on PC1 and restored an image created the day before. Those external drives can still be seen from their own Windows Explorer. I now find that whereas I can see the other PC in Windows Explorer and can access the folders within the internal drive, I cannot now see the its external drive. What do I need to do to access those external drives?
mgmcc You are not watching Paraguay v Korea then? Just tried your suggestion and the answer is no. "Not enough server storage is available" is the dialogue box that comes up, (which has been the response each time).
Aha! Now that is very significant. Have a read of this:
Not enough server storage is available to process this command.
Not enough memory to complete transaction. Close some applications and retry.
These error messages can indicate an incorrect IRPStackSize on the remote computer (the one you are trying to access over the network). In the remote computer, open the event log and check for event ID 2011. If this is present, it may indicate this particular issue. To repair it, you need to set the IRPStackSize parameter in the registry back to its default value of 15.