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    theeldergeek
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    No access to mapped drive ??

    Here's a good one for you then.... !

    Dell D610 laptop, recently had Windows XP installed, with SP3 (hmmm....)

    Anyway, if both the wireless and NIC are enabled, access to a mapped drive (I say mapped, it appears in My Computer) is inaccessible.

    However, if either network adaptor is disabled, and the system is booted with just one active, then the drive is accessible.

    ???

    Trying to access the mapped drive (mapped using a login script) if both adaptors are enabled results in a message suggesting the drive is already in use by another resource.

    Drivers are up-to-date, Windows updates are up-to-date, and SP3 is in the process of being removed so any other suggestions please??

    TIA

    UPDATE : Since posting, SP3 has been removed and the problem has gone away..... la la la
    Last edited by theeldergeek; 2nd June 2008 at 02:53 PM. Reason: Resolved!

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