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Is your computer connected to a network using a Local Area Network connection??
let me provide some solutions for windows XP users.....
first of check the LAN wire connected between two systems..
try to avoid any loose contacts. make sure the wire and jack are in good condition.. if the jack is loose please replace the wire or else tighten it using a crimping tool... also make sure that second system has a proper network device(ethernet card/Network Interface Card) and the corresponding drivers installed. if everything is correct bring both system into the same work group. then try to connect the second system
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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