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Houstonguy

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Hi,

When I boot up my C drive is setup as shared. I can disable it but when I reboot its back to share. When its shared it does not show the hand under drive icon but it is checked as shared.
Whats up ? Any ideas ?

Thanks in advance
 
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ODIN 0ERO

how long are you having this problem?


try using SYSTEM RESTORE to return your SYSTEM to its previous state.

to before this event occurred.
 

Houstonguy

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Thanks for the reply...dz1..did not mean to be short with you but should know to have my coffee before posting.

I have for now just elected to share the drive and go into permissions and set deny to all options.

As far as restore I really have no idea how long the behind the scenes share was on as the usual icon showing the hand under the drive letter did not show up at all. I am guessing this is an internal error caused by some conflict on my machine.

I am showing no other problems and all is running well . When I do have a serious problem i just grab my second hard drive and pop in ghost and in 30 minutes have a fresh install. Of course documents is backed up. *S*

In closing if anyone does break in they will be very disappointed the same if they were to break in my checking account. *LOL*
 
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try scanning your HARD DRIVE for TROJANS and VIRUSES using NOD32.
 
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