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Help setting up windows xp home network

Help setting up windows xp home network

Help setting up windows xp home network

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I have 2 computers at home.  Both are connected to the internet via a wired router.  The internet works fine on both.  I want to network these computers together to share files and printer.

I have gone through the windows network connection wizard on both computers.  In windows explorer the network name shows, but not the other computer.

How can I see one computer in the other to acccess files, etc?

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RE: Help setting up windows xp home network

why don't you try accessing the other comp by IP address in explorer or start > run > type in \\192.168.X.X

If you have set remote permissions correctly or able to log in via the local admin should be OK.

RE: Help setting up windows xp home network

You'd be much better off asking the question in forum779

Network Appliance - the company FAQ562-6500

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