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I am trying to wireless network three PC's and a NAS drive. Only one of the PC's can aaccess the NAS but the others can't see it nor can the other PC's see each other through "mapping a network drive". Can anyone help? They are all routed through a DLink wireless router. Thanks, Sue

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Be sure all your computers have the same workplace. workplace is usually the default for it. also, be sure that all your computers network discovery are turned on.

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