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windows 7 shared folders not accesible ,lost accessibility

Posted on 2010-11-10
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Hello, well i have some strange problem with windows 7 Pro, my folders are shared on network with advanced sharing (security,permissions..).Everything works fine but after some time XP SP3 machines cannot access Windows7 shared folders. After restarting of Windows 7 machine it's back to normal.
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by:JBond2010
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What is the power scheme on your Windows 7 machine; is it going into standby mode?
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by:damirhr
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no,it acts as fileserver,al standby's are disabled
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by:damirhr
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can it be that "allow computer to turn off device to save power" on NIC caused this problem
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by:BCipollone
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Did you go into device manager and right click on your network adapter then click on the power management tab and disable all the power saver options listed there?
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by:JBond2010
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Yes, this would be the problem. Untick this setting.
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by:damirhr
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ok ,i will try this than report tomorrow is this solution of my problem...
TNX to JBond2010 for power hint ,i had similar problem with this option and wireless adapter causing problem on client computer.
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Your welcome! If you have any problems you know where to find me :)
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by:BCipollone
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How did he get credit for my answer?... lmao
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