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Making a network setup disc

I am trying to set up a network with a computer using vista (i have xp) and need to make a network setup disc but am having problems with it. The first problem is that my disc drive is labelled 'e' and there is no e drive listed. the second problem is that when I try to make a disc another way, it says that one is already made and i can't make another. I don't have a disc for this and never did. What do I do? The other computer is set up to mine for the internet, we just want to enable them to use my printer from their computer.

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  • Barbara Balvanz Jan 22, 2009

    Yes, I have the exact same problem. Trying to network XP to Vista.....Set up Wizard says to make a network setup disk and insert it in J,H,I.K. but no E drive, which is what I have.



    Can You please help me.....

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I guess it has only option to make a floppy disk, you may try to make a floppy disk.

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