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#1 deanpcmad


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Posted 19 October 2007 - 11:56 AM


Our house has 2 PCs and 2 Laptops.
The 2 Laptops are wireless and 1 PC is also on wireless. The other PC is connected to the wireless router by network cable.

On the 2 Laptops and PC that are on wireless, we can file shared files between each other and map network drives.
The other PC, on the other hand, cannot view the workgroup PCs or do any thing with the network except from connect to the network (which is its main use).

How can I sort this wierd mess out?



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#2 Wassim


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Posted 23 October 2007 - 03:10 PM

You shoukd check the Ip configuration settings on all computers.
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