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My OSX-Computer cannot connect to a 8.6-Computer anymore - Mac Networking

Since a week ago i can no longer connect to my wife's computer. I have OS X.2.8, she has OS 8.6. The two computers are connected over ethernet. Before i used command-k (at least thats the way you do it on a german mac) to connect, i wrote my password and could in a new dialogue choose the harddisk (she has two harddisks in her computer). Now i can see her computer (PM 6500) and i can write the password (when it's wrong it warns me), but then it's like under the older OSs, when the finder crashed: it jumps ...

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    Default My OSX-Computer cannot connect to a 8.6-Computer anymore

    Since a week ago i can no longer connect to my wife's computer. I have
    OS X.2.8, she has OS 8.6. The two computers are connected over
    ethernet.

    Before i used command-k (at least thats the way you do it on a german
    mac) to connect, i wrote my password and could in a new dialogue
    choose the harddisk (she has two harddisks in her computer).
    Now i can see her computer (PM 6500) and i can write the password
    (when it's wrong it warns me), but then it's like under the older OSs,
    when the finder crashed: it jumps back to the last program that i used
    before changing to the finder.

    In console (in German: Konsole) it says: Oct 16 15:14:04
    Lukas-P-Hubers-Computer crashdump: Crash report written to:
    /Users/lukasphuber/Library/Logs/CrashReporter/Finder.crash.log

    and there it says

    Date/Time: 2003-10-16 15:14:04 +0200
    OS Version: 10.2.8 (Build 6R73)
    Host: Lukas-P-Hubers-Computer.local.
    Command: Finder
    PID: 1056
    Exception: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (0x0001)
    Codes: KERN_PROTECTION_FAILURE (0x0002) at 0x00000000

    and goes on for many more lines.

    Can somebody help me? (i ran fsck and harddisk help, or what it is
    called in English, and Macjanitor, but it didn't help fsck says
    everything is ok).

    This is my first posting in google groups so forgive me if i have left
    out something important.
    lukashuber@magnet.ch Guest

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    Default Re: My OSX-Computer cannot connect to a 8.6-Computer anymore

    In article <google.com>,
    ch (ch) wrote:
     

    A repeatable problem like this indicates a damaged settings file. Try
    throwing away preference files related to Finder and file sharing:

    ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.finder.plist
    ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.AppleShareClientCore.plist

    and any others that look relevant. Redo your preferences as necessary.

    Here's another suspect. Throw away the contents of:

    ~/Library/Caches

    --
    Art Gorski * Mac Integration Staff * Rice University * Houston, Texas
    Remember to remove NOSPAM from address when replying via email
    Art Guest

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