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  • Jose Tinto
    Jose Tinto May 11, 2010

    Hi naknakngphoo

    More clarification requered to resolve your problem.


  • VIPINKUMAR YADAV
    VIPINKUMAR YADAV May 11, 2010

    Tell me first that how many nos. of computer you want the network and what is the location of the computer which has to be network. i.e are the all are in same room and in same buliding. What kind of solution you want viz. wireless or wired.

  • Eric Duguay
    Eric Duguay May 11, 2010

    First I need info...


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