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0x8007046A Not Enough Server Storage when accessing Shared Docs

Last Modified: 2012-05-05
When I try to add a file to the Shared Docs folder of my XP Home PC via my workgroup, I get the following error:

"0X8007046A; Not Enought Server Storage to Process Your Request."  When I go into the Event Viewer, I get the message about the IRPStackSize not being large enough for it.

I followed the instructions and increased the IRP Stack to 0xC (it was already set to 0xB) and still no joy.  I cannot connect to it from my Vista Ultimate box or from my XP pro laptop.  I used to be able to connect to it.  If I try to open the folder remotely, I get an error message saying it was unable to do so and gives the same error message.  (Not enough server storage)

i can connect to the PC and I get a list of shared printers and the Shared Docs folder.

The PC has a Pentium 4 CPU and 2 GB of RAM.  There's well over 10 GB of space on the HDD.  I tried making a new shared folder and couldn't connect to that either.  The laptop is able to print to the shared printer if that is relevant to anything.
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