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Hi,

I have a program (Carefile) that the database is shared between 2 computer (Windows 7 and XP). The database reside on the Win7 machine. I have an "unknown internal operating system error. Operating system network error" and freeze on the XP machine... But only on this application...

Any Idee?

Thanks
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by:jerseysam
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Ensure btoh PCs are on same workgroup.

Make sure on the windows 7 pc that UAC is off fully.
Turn on Network Discovery and file sharing.

Add full rights to the folder that contains the database on the Win 7 pC.
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Does this only happen when the host machine(win7 box) has the application open? Has this ever worked? Have you recently made changes to either system, software upgrades, virus protection, etc.?
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