I'm in the process of replacing my 60 GB hard disk on my ThinkPad X41 TabletPC. The O/S it’s running is Windows XP Pro tablet edition. I cloned my drive this afternoon using a trial version of ATI 10 Home (ver. 10.0 build 4,942). I was feeling pretty smug until a short while ago. I still need to do some work before shutting down to swap drives. Cool right - oh, no, no, says Dick and Jane! In any case, I have my X41 on a Small Business Server R2 gigabit local area network and I tried to access my shared work folder on the X41 that was available prior to cloning from my desktop. I have no idea if True Image is involved or if it was the cloning process, but now I am unable to access the shared folders from my main desktop and the server. I can see the shared folders in My Network Places on all machines in the office, but I can't open them. It seems like the permissions were changed somewhere on the X41. I get an error alert box that says, "\\X41\Audits is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator to find out if you have access permissions. Not enough server storage is available to process this command. I have no idea what that means. There were no changes made by me to the server today. I’ve done a little investigation and it appears to be related to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer\Parameters\IRPStackSize I tried adding the DWORD and adjusting the value to no avail. I can see the shared directories on the X41 from all other machines on the network. I’m just not able to access shares on the X41 after installing ATI 10. Now, the real kicker is that I can add shares located on the desktops and server and access them from the X41. Does anybody have any ideas about what could have possibly changed?