Cool, well that's a start I guess.
The thing is I can browse the internet just fine while doing any ONE thing on that network drive.
I also had it working just fine on the wireless card with Vista x32, and Windows XP x64 previously, so driver wise I don't imagine there is a problem.
I would think network card drivers would create a more wide range of effects on my network access than just the network storage.
I guess I'll also have to run a test with a wired connection and see if anything changes.
In any case, if anyone runs accross information on this, help would be greatly appreciated.
PS - I am using a RaLink wireless card, and I am running an Airport Extreme with a Western Digital MyBook terabyte storage.
I found something similar on apple forums regarding the network storage here: Apple - Support - Discussions - Airport disk won't let Windows 7 copy ...
However, again, no problems at all with XP x64, Vista x32, and Mac OS X. I don't think the airport disk utility limits the number of connections to the network storage at one time either, but if someone knows something by all means chime right in.