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Network Problem With 2 Computers

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#1 donuteh


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Posted 27 July 2007 - 12:17 PM

I have nine computer's on my network, sometimes ten. one of the computers (I'll call it number 9) has a problem accessing number 3. but none of the other computers have any problems accessing these computers, they just can't seem to access each other.

When accessing #3 from #9 it just looks at it for a long time than stops responding.

When accessing #9 from #3 it looks for about ten seconds than gives an error message saying that it may not have permission and that I should contact the system administrator. (that would be me).

I could format it and hope that fixes the problem but I thought it would be more interesting to see if anyone had any ideas as to what may be causing this problem.

out of the nine computers only two are connected via LAN, all the others are connected via. Wi-fi. although the building is all metal Zeroloc panels (Giant refrigerator) my laptop sitting right next to it has no problems at all.

computer #3 is connected via. Dlink rangebooster N card, #9 is currently connected (temporarily) using a Dlink Air Plus XtremeG USB adapter. both have updated drivers.

all computers on the network are running Windows XP.

any more details needed let me know.
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