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Adding hard drive to network

I have a network hard drive which i have connected to the router via a network cable. When my laptop is connected by network cable i am able to access the mapped hard drive, when my laptop is wireless accessing the network i am unable to connect to the hard drive.

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  • phil2227 Jul 02, 2008

    Searched IP address then comes up with error message -34 unable to connect. then i plug in the network cable and it works fine.

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Search the ip address which you give to the secong hard drive.

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