Why Do I Get a File Transfer Error?
The most common reason for a file transfer error in Windows Home Server is related to poor network hardware and below standard hard disk drives, but low RAM and slow CPU speeds can also play a part.
If you have a fast, modern system, however, and have been able to rule out faulty network cabling and hardware as a cause for the error, then the problem will probably be either with the Windows Home Server or with the computer that is accessing it.
For instance, you might be receiving the following message:
Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service. Error code = 0-800705AA
The cause of this message isn’t the server, but it could be the hardware. As long as there is enough hard disk space on the Windows Home Server and the computer that you are trying to transfer files from, then the problem is quite possibly related to anti-virus software.
As such, your only way around this is to disable the anti-virus software on the computer you’re attempting to copy the files to. This isn’t something that you should do lightly, of course, so make sure that you re-enable the anti-virus software after the file transfer has successfully completed.
McAfee Internet Security and Norton Internet Security have both been reported to cause this issue; however Norton 360 has been cited as an alternative that might allow you to maintain virus protection on your PC to overcome this frustrating problem, and enable you to once again easily transfer data across your Windows Home Server.