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I noticed that my PC's I: and J: network drives became invalid after running the 100LX's Connectivity Pack. HP Tech Support and I figured it out.

It is necessary to set up the REDIRECTOR's Client drive mappings even if you never use the REDIRECTOR! The default mappings use PC drives G: H: I: and J:. I had network drives mounted on I: J: and K:, causing a collision on the I: and J: drives. Fortunately the problem was easy to solve.

I went into the CPACK's Setup application and typed (MENU) R C to bring up the Client Settings dialog box. Then I pressed (F6) for the Advanced Settings dialog box. This box lists two columns of drive letters. The left column contained drives G: through J:, while the right column was almost empty except for a C: next to the left column's G:.

All I had to do was change the I: and J: in the left column to drive letters that were not yet used on my PC. Then close the open dialog boxes, exit Setup and CPACK 100, and reboot the PC to remount the I: and J: network drives.

With this change, entering the CPACK 100 no longer disrupts my PC's network drives!

Kerry Veenstra

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