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File Sharing Problems between Vista Laptops

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I just purchased a new HP Laptop running a Vista 32bit system. I have an older Toshiba Laptop with a 64 bit Vista System. I was able to add the HP to my home network. consisting of an XP Desktop and Vista 64bit Toshiba and join them all to the same Workgroup, and while i was able to get the 64bit Toshiba to Send files to the 32bit HP, the HP cannot send files to the Toshiba. The error message i get is that access to the Toshiba is denied. While the HP recognizes the folders in the Toshiba that I have configured to share with the Toshiba, HP will not allow me to explore the Toshiba's folders or have access to its files. I'm at my wits end. I nave done everything I can think of to send files to the Toshiba from the HP. Can you suggest how I can solve this problem? Your help would be very much appreciated.

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