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Network problem

Network problem

Network problem

Hi i'm having a problem adding a user to the workgroup.
First, there is 3 computers having cable internet connection.
The modem is plugged into a linksys router and the router is plugged into the uplink of a dlink 8 port switch.
Internet is shared between these 3 computers without any problem
The wokgroup name is House and computer 1 and 2 can see the 3 computers.
computer 1 as a printer shared into the workgroup.
Computer 3 can't see the 2 other computers.
And when from computer 1 or 2 you try to click on the computer 3 icon, it says a message like...  This server is unnacessible...
computer1 runs windows 95
computer 2 runs windows xp Home edition
computer 3 runs windows 98 SE

Please help me  find some solutions for my ploblem
Thank you

RE: Network problem

rewiew subnet mask for computer 3

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