One computer of two computers does not share files after installing Acronis Home 2010 on both of them on the home network.
Your going to love this one, for my local computer shop sure did, for they are the one’s that recommended me to buy and install True Image on my home network computers. The problem is, one computer is XP Pro Edition while the other is XP Media Center Edition and after installing True Image 2010 and both of them, neither computer would share files on my home network, only the shared printer was working on the network! But after reading about the IRPStackSize fix in your http://kb.acronis.com/content/1554 posting, I was able to get my XP Pro Edition computer to share its files, but not the XP Media Center Edition, NO IRPStackSize Value WORKED from 16 to 26, to 36, to 46, nor 50 would get it to share its files on the network!!! So took the XP Media Center Edition computer into the computer shop that recommend this program in the first place and after two day’s of trying everything that they knew, they call me and said that the ONLY WAY that they could get it to share files once again was to UNSTALL TRUE IMAGE 2010! Their recommendation was that they could do a complete backup to secondary hard drive, wrap out the “C” drive and install XP Pro for me, and then I would have to go through ALL THE UP-DATES and re-installing of all the programs and all their UP-DATES just to have True Image 2010 and I SAID NO WAY!!! So the way is stands today, my XP Pro as True Image 2010 and is working fine and is sharing its files, while my XP Media Center Edition as True Image 2010 UN-INSTALLED and is back to Paragon Backup, which is no where near as nice as True Image, but at least it let’s the computer network its files! Any and all comments/suggestions of what to try beside that IRPStackSize value would be greatly appreciated while running under XP Media Center Edition Vision 2002 Service Pack 3! Both computers are hard wired to the router.
Brent in California