hi guys,i get this error when i try to see how many computers are connected to my network,from the command prompt i type NET VIEW and come this error,or is there any way to see who is conected to my network and how can i block specific computers ...thank you

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I need to control a 3D object using wii remote (motion plus inbuilt) in xna gaming environment. I am using C#. Actually I want to do something like in wii cricket or in wii tennis in xna gaming environment using c#. its a pleasure you can suggest me a place where I can got some help, sample codes, sample projects or any kind of help related to this question as soon as possible. Thank for you for your valuable consideration..............!!!!!!!

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According to the latest figures to be released, it would seem that as far as gamers in the UK are concerned Nintendo is the bees knees grabbing nearly half the market. The [URL="http://www.elspa.com/"]ELSPA[/URL] numbers show that the [URL="http://www.itwire.com/content/view/22425/532/"]Wii[/URL] managed to increase game software sales by 112 percent over the previous year to hit a total of 20.1 million sold. Only just behind was the DS with some 19.1 million games. Add it all up and you get, if my math is correct, 39.2 million Nintendo games sold in the UK during 2008. Not bad, considering the total number of games …

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Sony used to have game. Its hold on the console market anything but inscrutable, being down to a long standing dedication to technical innovation, game play and pricing. But could that all be due to change following the debut of the PlayStation 3, dubbed PayStation, at E3 last week? Not only does Sony appear to have lost the pricing plot, but technical specs leave much to be desired as well. Let’s start at the bottom, bottom line that is. At $599 the PS3 will be far and away the most expensive games console money can’t buy. The industry insider talk …

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The next generation of game consoles are shaping up to become a battleground between competing technologies of high capacity high definition DVD standards. The support of Sony for [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blu-ray_Disc]Blu-Ray technology[/url] in its upcoming Playstation 3 has been widely discussed. Bill Gates has now officially announced that the soon to be available Xbox360 will use the competing HD-DVD format, although the initial batches of the console sold at launch will contain standard DVD-ROM drives. Xbox360 is due for release this Christmas, and with the Playstation 3 due some time during 2006 Microsoft and Sony have indeed engaged in battle to determine …

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