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urichjones

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I posted in the Win XP forum and was referred here. You can read my original post here. When I try to change security permissions for shared folders I get a BSOD with a BAD_POOL_HEADER error. The complete text for the error is in my other post. Anyone have an idea how to fix this? Thanks in Advance,

Urich

Edited by urichjones, 29 August 2005 - 07:06 AM.

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If you have SP2 installed, try turning off the Indexing Service completely (disable it in the list of services as well as in the 'properties' of each hard disk (right-click the drive icon in My Computer).
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Is that suppose to fix my permissions problem or the bad header problem?
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