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Could not see ´user list´box when trying to share folders.

Could not see ´user list´box when trying to share folders.

Could not see ´user list´box when trying to share folders.

I have a big problem with this.
In a NT environment, this pc with Windows 95 OSR2 version could not display the ´user list´box when i am trying to share folders for others.It says me ´could not display ... try later´. I have reinstalled protocols (TCP/IP), reinstalled the card (3Com PCI 10/100), the Microsoft client,the access control (the name´s domain), the share service, all i could to do, but nothing!.
Other way i tryed is replacing files (those reported with qfecheck.exe)but the problems remains. I know there are some files that can resolve my problem but i dont know them!
Someone could help me? .I just have this problem in other pcs and the only one solution i found is reinstalling ALL software! I think if replacing some files will save me of doing this!.

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