This message has to do with your connectivity to network drives. Check your network drives by going to “My computer” and seeing which ones are disconnected.  Double click on any disconnect drives to re-established the connection. If your connection needs your domain credentials, it will prompt you for them at this time. If you are unable to re-connect after you double click, then your share drive is down and needs to be checked by your network administrator.

Initializing to Root Folders to Display

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I was very annoyed when I clicked on my shared folders and suddenly had no connection after working fine 5 minutes ago. I would re-start and I get access the folders only to have them disconnect again after some time. I found an article on the web that discusses this issue and my fix was to leave the Homegroup I had joined the server to. Or make the folder available to the Homegroup which by default have access denied.

What is GBridge?

‘Gbridge is a free software that lets you remotely control PCs, sync folders, share files, and chat securely and easily. An extension of Google’s gtalk service, Gbridge automatically forms a collaborative, encrypted VPN (Virtual Private Network) that connects your computers and your friends’ computers directly and securely with patented technology’.

Enjoy!

Try it out at gbridge.com

Trying to do this on my home build server. Although these intructions are for a laptop, I will try it on my cutom build and see if it is a go. [will update]

I am also using a Marvell Ethernet Adapter.

To enable Wake-up on LAN you are required to enable both  “Wake-up on LAN” function in BIOS and “Wake From Shutdown” function in Marvell Ethernet Adapter property.

1. Enter BIOS

2. Scroll to Wake-up on LAN option and select “Enabled”

3. Press “End” to Save changes and exit.

    To enable Wake From Shutdown

    1. Boot into windows

    2. Go to Control Panel

    3 Double click on Network Connections

    4 Right click on the Network Adaptor, and select “properties”

    5. Click on “Configure” tab

    6. Select  “Advanced” tab

    7. Scroll down to “Wake From Shutdown” and select it

    8. Change Value to “On”

    9. Press Ok to save and exit.

NOTE:
Wake-Up on LAN function will not work if either one is not enabled.

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“Application popup: Windows – Delayed Write Failed : Windows was unable to save all the data for the file [name_of_the_file_you_want_to_save].”

Write Failed

Write Failed

For me this actually turn out to be a Network issue. Check NIC–> cable –> Port –> Patch Panel–>Patch Cables–> Switch/Hub.

In my case, I tested machine on a nearby port and the file/files saved fine. The patch cables and port in the switch is good after a test with another machine. So the culprit must be the port/jack in the users area.

For other solutions, click here for Microsoft’s KB article.