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networking xp pro laptop to xp home desktop

networking xp pro laptop to xp home desktop

networking xp pro laptop to xp home desktop

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my xp/pro laptop can see the wifes xp/home desktop. her system refuses to run network setup wizard. her system cannot see mine. i continue to get error messages on her system that... our network is not accessible. might not have permission... contact administrator. network path not found.

RE: networking xp pro laptop to xp home desktop

how are you networked? do you have a hub, crossover cable, or a router for a dsl or cable modem.

are you using dhcp for ip addressing, or static

netbeui is under vauleadd on the xp cd, that will make it easier to network the 2 computers at home

RE: networking xp pro laptop to xp home desktop

(OP)
I never found out what might be causing the setup wizard not to launch... but i got the network up and running without it...thanks for the reply!

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