hw access 2 computers files via wireless lan?

December 9, 2010 at 03:41:57
Specs: Windows 7, INTEL CORE 2 DUO 4 GB RAM
I HAVE A HP PAVILION DV 4 NOTEBOOK..
AND I AM USING WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE.
MY WIRELESS LAN IS OF BROD COM.
I HAVE ALREDY SHARE MY INTERNET BUN I CANT ABLE TO SHARE THE FILES ON MY COMPUTER.

PLS HELP ME ......


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#1
December 9, 2010 at 03:51:50
Check your Ip address of your PC and chek your firewall setting.it should be off then same setting should be configured another PC which u want to share or access data.

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#2
December 9, 2010 at 04:17:23
Do not use all CAPS as it is bad etiquette and considered as SHOUTING.

You need to turn on file sharing on the PC where your files to be shared are located.
You also have to have some directories/files shared so that they are visible to the other PC over your network.

You probably also want both PCs to be in the same workgroup.

Do NOT turn your firewall off.

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#3
December 9, 2010 at 06:27:34
You will definitely need to be in the same workgroup for a simple pier to pier home network. You did not say that BOTH computers are using Windows 7. IF they are, use the new networking feature called "Homegroup" BUT if ANY computer you will be using is not using Windwos 7, then do NOT use this feature. You will need 'File and Print Sharing' turned on. You will need at lease one file folder OR a drive partition set to share (DO NOT set your entire 'C' drive to 'Share'). DO NOT turn off your firewall. In Windows 7 you will need to set WHO is allows to share and if you are using XP or Vista systems with it, it will be easier (though less secure) to type the name 'everyone' in the list AND reset the 'read only' that will automatically be set to 'read and write' for this to work. I understand that with a purely Windows 7 network you will find it even easier with 'Homegroup' activated, but I still have some XP systems in my house so I am advising you on what I found you will need to do in the mixed environment most of us have to deal with.

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#4
December 9, 2010 at 06:35:46
Fingers has made some good points. Do take those on board. It will help ensure that only those files that you want shared will be accessible and nothing else.

I will say this again as it is important. Do NOT turn your firewall off.

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