C:\Documents and Settings\%Username%\My Documents
Right click on My Computer then select Properties then Computer Name
Right click on My Computer, select explore
Control Panel, Taskbar and Start Menu
The Master drive
The right-hand side
A SCSI connection cable
All of the Above
Delete and re-install the application
Go to Control Panel, Network and confirm that the settings are correct
Have them reboot
Make sure the path is mapped in My Network Places
Go to My Computer and confirm that the host drive is mapped, or the path exists in Network Places
Control Panel > System > Advanced > Performance > Settings > Advananced
My Computer > Properties
Start Menu > Run > mem.exe
Check the registry
Bad Video Card
Incorrect refresh rate
No connection to the PC
Increase the size of the icons
Increase the amount of information you can see on the screen
Increase the grainy appearance of the picture
Increase the color depth
From a DOS command prompt type net use followed by the drive letter and the UNC.
Right click on My Computer, select map network drive. Select the drive letter, enter the path, and check the box if you want it to map each time you login, click OK.
Right click on My Network Places, select map network drive. Select the drive letter, enter the path, and check the box if you want it to map each time you login, click OK
All of the above.
Check the BIOS settings
Replace the drive
Check the motherboard jumpers
Add the drive to the path statement
Missing or corrupt boot sector
Slave hard drive not powered up
A bad floppy drive cable connections
A non-bootable floppy disk is in the floppy drive
Start the LDAP server on the MAC OS X Server
Configure the Active Directory plug-in on the MAC OS X Server to conntect to the Active Directory Server.
Add the MAC OS X Server computer to the Authentication Search Path on the client comptures.
Manually create computer accounts on the Active Directory Server
MAC OS Standard
NT File System (NTFS)
UNIX File System (UFS)
MAC OS Extended (Journaled)
File Allocation Table 32 bit (FAT32)
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