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Network path not found

Wow, what isn't wrong. I have three computers (one being a laptop) networked to a separate storage system where all of our files our stored. Initially I couldn't access the information at all - I used fixya and now I can access the file information, change the information, but are unable to save, move, copy, etc. The laptop says that the network path was not found (which was the original message for all). The wireless printer is also not working. I am able to send and receive messages from microsoft outlook, but it is using a desktop copy of the information, not my file information with contacts, calendar, etc. I have tried shutting down, rebooting, resetting, restoring to previous time - nothing. I have probably caused more problems playing around with it. HELP please.

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I am not sure if your router is the problem here. Check the settings on your laptop.

Right-click My Computer
click Manage
click Services
scroll to Routing and Remote Access
left click Routing and Remote Access
click Properties
click (General tab) Startup type and select Disabled.
Also stop the service.

Also make sure that all computers belong to the same workgroup.

See if that corrects your Network path not found problem.

What do you mean by
"wireless printer is also not working"?
Does the printer work if it is connected to your router?
Have you checked the network settings on the printer (especially the IP address)?

If not, please let me know - come back here and leave a comment and a copy of your "ipconfig /all" output - I'm happy to help.

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