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Connecting PCs on Home Network

Connecting PCs on Home Network

Connecting PCs on Home Network

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I have a home network, but either computer in the workgroup are not allowing me to access the other computer.  I want to be able to go \\{Pcname}\{pcshare} and browse to that PC... but it is not working.  Here is the setup.

Cable modem
     > wireless router
          >wireless card on remote PC
          >pc hard wired to the wireless card

Both computers (wireless and hardwired) are in the same workgroup, they can both get on the internet, but when I try to ping one computer from another, it says request timed out.

It seems to me that this is some kind of permission thing.... can someone help me out?  Let me know if you have questions.

Thanks

Gabriel Fuller
Teen Mania Ministries
www.teenmania.com

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