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i may not be answering the question you are asking but assuming its a privalidges problem u could try the default share by typing \\computernameorip\c$ where see is the windows installation directory and connecting as administrator.
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Now that you mention it, I don't think that has been suggested yet, LOL.
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how do I check and see if i have the settings i need to set up my network and add another computer to my existing network,

please check the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties, and see if both of your computers correspond. how do I do this in windows 98? I have a dsl connection and want to have that on this computer too.
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right what id advise is you give the pc a static ip of something similar 2 "192.168.1.1" and then the secondary computer a similar ip eg "192.168.1.2" then make sure u set ur modem properties to share it this should be an option under network connections then the modem and then sharing, then on the secondary computer u need to put the default gateway as the main computer so if u used my example it would be "192.168.1.1. hope this helps
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