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HELP WITH NETWORKING, URGENT! :-)


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yes, dsenette, all the settings are identical.

rive, it is automatic, and they are in the same range...
I am a little skeptical to run those tutorials, I have uploaded a new firmware to my wireless router, I don't want any conflicts. Let me know if there will be any. Thanks
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I figured it out! It was simple. The Server service was disabled on my wired laptop. So now I can see and access everything. I hope this helps others.
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