See my efforts so far, posted here: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/top...tml#entry705737
Basically what is still happening is, I'll start my computer, open Outlook, Excel, Internet Explorer, etc., and after I've been working on these applications for a while, I start getting these error messages:Network drive:\ not accessible. Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.
And other times I get an error message that there isn't enough memory to complete the command/operation
I am operating Windows XP Professional version 2002 with Service Pack 2 on an Intel Pentium 4 CPU with 2.6GHz and .98GB of RAM.
If I shut down Internet Explorer, that enables me to access my network drive, but sometimes I have to shut down all applications and/or reboot the computer.
The Task Manager shows an average of 42 processes running. That seems like a lot. I've changed my "start up" programs to the bare minimum, so I know it's nothing loading there... I've done malware, virus and spyware scans and have cleaned up my computer as much as all the scans allow (using SpyDr, MS online scan, LavaSoft Adaware, TrendMicro scan, etc) and I've even defragmented my hard drive and manually changed the virtual memory...but I'm still having the problem.
Can someone help me figure what is causing this issue and how to resolve it?