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How do i transfer files using win 7 ad hoc? - HP Compaq Presario CQ50-110US Laptop

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  • Gary Stephen Mar 28, 2011

    i already did set an adhoc, but it didnt mention the file sharing, yes i can play lan games, but what i need is file sharing, what has to be done.. thanks, still got the same question

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Setting up a ad hoc connection is the most simple solution to to transferring files from one computer to another directly.
to set up ad hoc in windows 7
Open network and sharing centre from your control panel. Click Set up a new connection or network and choose set up a new ad hoc connection. Follow the instuctions in the wizard to set up the network sucessfully. Use the other computer to connect to the network and share files at your will...

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