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Good Day Folks,
I have three computers on a wireless network. Each goes to the Internet independently via the router. I now wish to set up a home network so that I can access all the information on each from any of the three locations. The office, the Summerhouse or the sitting-room. How do I go about this?
This computer operates Vista, the other two are XP Home and XP Professional; if it makes any difference.

I look forward to your replies and apologise in advance for my ignorance Cigos

I should add, particularly as I have had no replies, that I have been trying for a week and have followed all the instructions regarding a home network but I cannot see any of the other computers or devices, when I go to 'View other computers and devices on the Network'.

I have made sure under ' Discovery and sharing' that all are 'on' except the Password Protection. Is there something else I should have done?


Edited by cigos, 29 August 2008 - 02:51 PM.

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