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hi members ,
i have 3 computers at my home and i want to conact them in network so can any1 help me how can i conact them Thanks
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Hello and Welcome to Geeks To Go dntchaseme

Do you have the Hardware to connect your computers? And if so what do you have? I need a bit more infomation about what you what to do before I can help.

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Hey dntchaseme, Welcome to G2G

Well in order to connect your 3 computers you will need several things. First each of the computers will need to have a NIC, second you will need several length of cat 5 or 5e ethernet cable. And lastly you will need a switch or router.

If you just wish to connect the 3 computers to share files, a 4 port hub or switch will do. However, if you would like all 3 computers to share an internet connection a router will be required. You can find all of these things in an electronics or computer store. RadioShack and Circuit City are 2 names that come readily to mind. I've even seen some half-way decent stuff at Walmart.

Edited by brianmil0923, 06 October 2005 - 10:17 PM.

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