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Thread: Networking issue
2012-06-06, 06:14 #1
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I have two computers. One is a tower running Win 7, and the other was a laptop running XP, so I set up a workgroup. Now I have a new laptop running Win 7. I tried joining the workgroup, but I ended up with two networks, each with a different name, one on the tower, the other on the laptop, and when I click on homegroup,therethere are no computers found. I would like to "start over", but I don't know how to delete the present networks. Does anyone have suggestions?
2012-06-06, 07:06 #2
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I was one of the many who could not get 'Homegroup' to work, even with 2 Win7 computers.
Then I did this File sharing.pdf, see Method 2. This meant I had to leave my 'Desktop' ON 24/7. I now have Skydrive installed on both with the Skydrive Folder on D: drive. Now I have instant access to my files anywhere, and at anytime.O wad some Power the giftie gie us, to see oursels as ithers see us!
2012-06-06, 21:29 #3
I hope this link helps;http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/27091...-in-windows-7/
The site above has some great tips.Problems cannot be solved by the same level of thinking that created them. -Albert Einsten