Computer: Windows XP SP3 (Desktop)
I've been using an older desktop computer as sort of a home server for home movies, music, and miscellaneous files.
I set aside a folder in the C-Drive to house the files. It works just fine when I connect to it via other computers in my home.
The other day I added an additional harddrive to it to get more space for storage. Since it's an additional hard drive, I simply formatted it, and made one simple folder. I went through the sharing options to make it into a shared folder. The icon changed to a folder with a hand under it (Shared folder icon), but when I attempt to connect to it from another computer it says I don't have permission to access.
Now I can see the folder from my computer, but I cannot connect to it.
I faintly remember having a similar problem with this computer making a network folder in the past, but that was roughly 3yrs ago when I first made this into a "Storage computer"
Now though this new folder is giving me this error, the original shared folder is working just fine. Now I'm under the impression that I HAVE to create another shared folder as a simple shortcut won't work seeing as they're on 2 separate hard drives.
Any insight as to why I'm getting this error?