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    Post Win7 :: Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.

    just befor this halfterm holiday my windows 7 Laptop came up with a new error msg..
    "Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service." i only get it when i access a 2003 server and Samba keeps asking for a password.

    every thing was fine just befor this halfterm but im not the only one having this problem the other windows 7 laptop we have has the same problem.

    the servers have not been touched for months.. any one had this problem b4??


    thanks.

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    Hi

    Have a look at the virtual memory on the laptop and try setting it to a custom size to 4000mb for both reboot and try again. I am guessing on the size. If it does not fix it put it back to the computer managing it.

    Richard

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    i have a justed the Page file to 4gb, rebooted still no joy...
    But my 2008 servers are now showing the same problem any thing 2008/Win7.. cant access 2003 Server share.
    But the the 2003 Server can access the shares on win 7 and 2008 server..

    it seems to be a one way acceess..

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