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Company Share Drive access error.

Dear sir/madam,
I having problem here when i try to access to my company Novell share drive. when ever i click at any share drive, i get a message showing "0.exe" "Windows cannot find '0.exe'. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again. To search for a file, click the start button, and then click search."

If i using another computer to access my company Novell drive, no message box will appear. May i know is it my pc infected by virus? Any solutions for this problem?

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  • Edmund Ngan Jun 26, 2009

    Hi Kilroy2u,



    all the drive is mapped once i login to Novell. the thing is that when i double click on the mapped drive, it will show the error message. but if i try to login using another machine and double click at the mapped drive, no error message will appear.

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Is the drive mapped if so you may need to attach the drive again look under mapped drives and if it dont show there then click on tools map drive select the appropate drive letter and path you can look on another machine just click on my computer tools map drive get the info write down and type it or click over to it select it and bam your back....

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  • kilroy2u Jun 26, 2009

    you still need to remap the drive and restart the computer Ive seen this many times

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