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Windows 7: Ridiculous Network Problem

4 Weeks Ago   #1
Cheemag

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 
Ridiculous Network Problem

Hi,

I have two Win-7 pro 64 machines networked. Called BB and CC. On ethernet.

MP3s recorded with ReAllPro ro on CC and saved to //CC/Sounds cannot be seen from BB with any of Total Commander, Windows Explorer or cmd (dir \\CC\Sounds). CC's Sounds' directory is empty as far as the network is concerned although the MP3 can be copied across from CC to BB and be played there.

I have exactly the same RecAll Pro setup on BB with exactly the same parameters, which works without problems across the network.

None of the other providers of MP3 files on CC exhibit this problem.

One would have thought that RecAllPro or its settings were the problem, but it isn't. The MP3s produced are perfectly good MP3s, they just don't exist as far as the network is concerned. RecAllPro's WAV files network normally.

????


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4 Weeks Ago   #2
Cheemag

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Cheemag View Post
Hi,

I have two Win-7 pro 64 machines networked. Called BB and CC. On ethernet.

MP3s recorded with ReAllPro ro on CC and saved to //CC/Sounds cannot be seen from BB with any of Total Commander, Windows Explorer or cmd (dir \\CC\Sounds). CC's Sounds' directory is empty as far as the network is concerned although the MP3 can be copied across from CC to BB and be played there.

I have exactly the same RecAll Pro setup on BB with exactly the same parameters, which works without problems across the network.

None of the other providers of MP3 files on CC exhibit this problem.

One would have thought that RecAllPro or its settings were the problem, but it isn't. The MP3s produced are perfectly good MP3s, they just don't exist as far as the network is concerned. RecAllPro's WAV files network normally.

????
I'll try another forum.
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