While working on the mapped network drive we were receiving the following error when we tried to create and name a folder, rename a folder, and more:
Copy FolderOptions are Yes and No with neither bringing about the desired result.
The G:\ folder does not exist. The file may have been moved or deleted.
Do you want to create it?
Apparently this has to do with some corruption on the original Windows Vista image that Acer used to deploy with.
The fix is as follows:
- Start -->regedit [Enter]
- In our case the Paramaters key was missing and needed to be created
This is your registry edit:
The fix was obtained via search that pointed us to Microsoft KB 934160: Error message in Windows Vista when you try to rename a new subfolder in a shared folder on the network: "The
CSC\Parameters FormatDatabase = 1
It certainly was a little disconcerting having a client standing there to have a look at their new laptop and have it cough up an error! 8*O
Fortunately the fix was quick and simple. :)
UPDATE 2008-01-05: There is a quicker way to do this:
- Cut and paste the follwing into NotePad:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
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