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Windows 7: Entire drive shared, but only the first few folders available.

29 Jun 2014   #1
benellard

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Entire drive shared, but only the first few folders available.

My entire D drive is shared and accessible to other computers hardwired to the Verizon router. But only the first few folders show up over a wireless laptop connection. One laptop runs WinXP, the other Win8.1. Both behave the same way. Of course the D drive is on a Win7 machine. I tried to fool the gremlin by placing lower folder inside ones that were visible, but they did not appear on either laptop. Any ideas?


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29 Jun 2014   #2
chev65

Windows 7 Ult, Windows 8.1 Pro,
 
 

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My entire D drive is shared and accessible to other computers hardwired to the Verizon router. But only the first few folders show up over a wireless laptop connection. One laptop runs WinXP, the other Win8.1. Both behave the same way. Of course the D drive is on a Win7 machine. I tried to fool the gremlin by placing lower folder inside ones that were visible, but they did not appear on either laptop. Any ideas?
Wired or wireless shouldn't matter with a shared drive.

Have you tried resetting the router because this seems like more of a router glitch type of deal.
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