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cdrw error "not enough storage"

By bradq ·
We have a pc running Windows NT Workstation 4.0 SP6. We added an internal HP cd rewriter and installed the Adaptec software. The drive functions fine locally.

However, we shared the drive just like we have done many times on other machines with cdrw's but this one is not accessible for some reason. Any pc on the network (all running Windows 9 that tries to access this share on the network gets this error message, "\\ENCORE\archive is not accessible. Not enough storage available to processthis command." There is a Retry or Cancel button but neither do any good.

The share shows up in Network Neighborhood. Is this some weird incompatibilty with Windows 98 machines trying to access the NT Workstation? Shares on the hard drive work fine, its just specific to the share on the cdrw. I have tried cd-r, cd-rw, and even standard musical cd's in the drive and none can be accessed. Can anyone help?

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by LeJer In reply to cdrw error "not enough st ...

Hi Brad,

I have an HP CD-rw on my 98 machine also. In order to use it from my other networked machines I not only had to share the drive but I had to share the software that worked with it.

LeJer

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by bradq In reply to cdrw error "not enough st ...

Thanks for the response but I figured it out. It was a registry setting that needed to be increased.

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