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I have a wireless G router providing internet assess for my laptop. I also have a desktop connecting to the router using a cable. When I try to share a folder in my desktop so that my laptop could view the folder, I get an error message stating Windows cannot find the DNS. The folder, however, could be assessed by my laptop if I connect my laptop to the router using a cable. Both my desktop and laptop are using Vsita. My laptop is using the same Adhoc channel as the router. Any idea?

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Can you see the folder browsing to the ip address?

I am not a sophisticated PC user. Could you show me how to perform your suggested task.

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goto my computer in the address bar put \\ipaddressofcomputer\foldersharename To get the ip address of the computer with the shared folder goto start -> control panel -> net work connections -> local area network -> details tab or support tab

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goto my computer in the address bar put \\ipaddressofcomputer\foldersharename To get the ip address of the computer with the shared folder goto start -> control panel -> net work connections -> local area network -> details tab or support tab

You rock. I could finally share the folder. Thanks so much for your help.

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