I just updated my laptop to Windows 7 and am having a few problems. One - everything seems to be running SLOWER (I thought it was supposed to be faster!). More problematic is the fact that I can't access my external hard drive which is networked. It shows it, but when I click on it (it's listed as a Z drive), the error "microsoft windows network: not enough storage is available to process this command" shows.
I installed Win7 on my husband's laptop the other day with no troubles. His is able to still access the networked drive without a problem and is running great. So great, I went and got it for my laptop. My husband's laptop is running the 64 version of Home Premium and mine the 32. I used upgrade advisor and fallowed all the recommendations it gave. Including uninstalling iTunes. I saved my iTunes files to the external drive and can't access them.
I am far from a computer expert. Any recommendations and advice would be appreciated - but lamens terms please.
I have a HP Pavillion dv6000 running Webroot Security Suite.
2.0 GB RAM, T5600 @ 1.83 GHz, Inter Core 2CPU