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Old January 13th 05, 11:36 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
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Now have wireless 802.11g using 32 bit cardbus adapter on laptop and
USB2 adapter on desktop.
now hanve 160KB RAM on laptop

Still getting the same message

Does anyone have any other ideas?

Thanks for the info

I intend to try wireless in the future


"mikeFNB" [email protected] wrote in

sadly it's a usb problem can you not run a nic to the laptop?
usb uses the processor and system resources directly
a nic card will do that for you.

another 64mb would not go amiss.


"tougharms" wrote in message
I have a desktop pc with AMD Athlon 2000+, 512MB RAM running XP SP1
connected to a laptop with original Pentium 266 MMX, 64MB RAM running
98SE via Optronix USB cable connection.

The USB connection is working fine at 10Mbps as it should

Norton Internet security is running on the desktop and AVG and
ZA(free) on the laptop.

ICS is allowed on the desktop and is working, VNC works in both


Both machines are listed in each network places/network neighborhood.
The desktop has full read/write access to the shared folders on the

But here's the problem, I can see the shared printer and the shared
folder from the laptop (the printer is USB connected to the desktop),
but when trying to access the shared folder on desktop from the
laptop, I get the following message:

"\\computer name\shared docs is not accessible
Not enough memory is available. Quit some programs" even when nothing
is running.

How much memory is required on the laptop?

Thanks for your time.


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