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Old 11-02-2004, 12:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Word 2k reboots system saving to net drive

Have a windows 2000 machine.

When saving a new Word document to a network drive, the file saves and the system reboots.

Have already renamed the normal template, and uninstalled/reinstalled Office 2000.
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disconnect/reconnect drive? uninstall/reinstall network client? repair windows? run office 2000 eraser?

try saving other file types to the drive? is office updated?
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Have not tried uninstalling/reinstalling network client.

Do you have a source for the Office 2000 eraser?
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office 2000 resource kit. Available online at Microsoft.com
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I have used the office 2000 resource kit to remove remaining files. I thought maybe there was another 3rd party utility I was unaware of.

Thank you for the help.
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