|I have 2 networked machines, "XPS" (Win7/64 Home) and "Probook" (Win7/64 Pro). Each contains a version of a particular x86 folder, and I'm looking to move some files from the XPS/x86 to the corresponding Probook/x86.|
The XPS/x86 folder is accessed via a shortcut placed in an outer folder in XPS ("Folder"). "Folder" can be viewed simultaneously in XPS and via network in Probook; both views of Folder are identical so all seems perfectly normal. The shortcut should allow XPS/x86 to be opened in Probook, or so I thought.
However the XPS/x86 shortcut in the Probook view of Folder has actually been changed, and now points to Probook x86. I.e., the same shortcut opens XPS/x86 when clicked from XPS and Probook/x86 when clicked from Probook. All other access to Folder seems identical from either computer. Is this some x86 quirk? How did the shortcut even find Probook/x86 to form the new link to it?