NAS share. One PC keeps bombing to the NAS.

Delayed Write Fail ........ windows was unable ......

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Where to begin diagnosis?
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fcekAuthor Commented:

The PC is wireless and connect to the correct network.
It has downloaded 105 megs from the www so the connection to the www appears to be good.

My laptop at the same distance has no problem connecting to the NAS like this problem PC - but it can edit docs fast.  The PC cant.
Are their users set up in the NAS. If so make sure to doublecheck their permissions.

This is usually caused by Write Caching in the XP world, but with the NAS being the cause, there might not be that feature in the product....

Does it happen to all users on the same machine?
fcekAuthor Commented:
NAS tests fine with two computers (Mine was a test so the total connected at any time is 2)
Same prob if its just one.

I really think its computer related.  Its a fresh install of XP pro.

Im scratching my head wondering what is the cause.

fcekAuthor Commented:

Im going to req this q is deleted as Im getting no where with it.

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