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    I know haw to access to the router configuration htm page but after I don't know....
    I think a "somebody" from canada might answer this, I don't know why. It 's just faith I guess.

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    Run the networking wizard.

    Start>Network Connections>Click the Icon "Setup a home or office network".

    Once you have run the wizard on both computers you then can share folders. Right click on a folder and select "Sharing and Security".

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    From there you click on My Computer than My Network Places to see the Shared Drives

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    thanks guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leonidas
    I think a "somebody" from canada might answer this, I don't know why. It 's just faith I guess.
    Boy are you lucky that all the Canadian "Somebodys" are still buried under 40 ft. of snow*.
    They have lots of time to answer questions.

    When the Canadian summer** comes he'll be busy reshoeing all his sled dogs and making repairs to the igloo.


    *Canada really uses the metric system, so I should have said "40 meters" of snow instead. I think meters and feet are the same thing, but don't really care enough to Google it.

    **The Canadian summer typically arrives on July 24th or so and lasts through July 26-27.
    The entire country comes to a halt as the inhabitants revel in the (relative) warmth and trade stories of rumored sightings of the Sun.
    After summer ends, Canadians go back to their normal lives...drinking beer and napping.
    Except for the French-Canadians...they continue to piss off everybody year-round.
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

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    it's already hot here clocker.

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    Its raining here !

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    Don't you know that my igloo has already burnt down?

    That was quite a story!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtualbody1234
    Don't you know that my igloo has already burnt down?

    That was quite a story!
    Sorry to hear that, we hadn't heard.
    The Royal Canadian Sled Dog Mail should be reaching the US any day now with last winter's mail.

    I've heard that whale blubber fires can be very destructive, I hope you didn't lose your pemmican supply and all your trade furs.

    BTW, how's your whittled wood hard drive project coming along?
    You Canadians are sooo resourceful.
    Did the sperm oil/ivory bearing combination work out as hoped?
    Did you break the 5 RPM barrier yet?
    I looked in my latest copy of Canada Today (dated Winter 1987) for a progress report, but all I found were ads for "male enhancement" products and mukluks.
    "I am the one who knocks."- Heisenberg

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    Quote Originally Posted by clocker
    *Canada really uses the metric system, so I should have said "40 meters" of snow instead. I think meters and feet are the same thing, but don't really care enough to Google it.
    One foot=0.3 something metres
    Last edited by Snee; 06-10-2005 at 05:51 PM.

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