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Connection Failure Between 2 Macs


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While both volumes appear in each Mac's Finder, I get connection failures each way. "The Finder cannot complete the operation because some data in "afp://10.0.1.4" could not be read or written. (Error code -36).

I took the laptop into a Mac dealer and was able to establish a connection.

The computers are a powerbook G4 and an iMac dual core 2, both with OS 10.5.6. The iMac is connected via ethernet and the pb by AE.
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With the test at the dealer was it the same deal - one on ethernet and one on wireless?
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