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Hey members i didnt know where to put this topic in so i jsut put it in here so if it needs to be trasfered im sorry

Im having allot of problems with networking my computers to the internet and to each other, now the internet works on one computer 24/7 but one of them keeps dropping out and only works in the mornings and late at night, for some reason in the day time it drops out from around (12pm to 8pm) in that time frame. But one computer is always on and always works with the internet.

Now im running my network like this

====================|--------- computer1
Cable modem --- router---|
====================|--------- computer2

( ==== means nothing )

Computer1 is right next to the router and computer2 is in another room

My network is running of cables so computer2 is about 25mrts away and im running it of cat6 cabling

Both computers r running the same windows (xp windows home) and both have all updates (sp2 etc),, another problem I am having is networking them both together so I can share files from one another. I tried using network wizard but some reason it won’t work

If you want any more info please just write an msg, I need to solve out this problem because it’s driving me up the wall that I can only get on the internet on one computer in the morning and at night.. Thanks people and I hope u can help me!!
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