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Where's my network neughborhood

Posted By : Eugene of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on January 31, 2003

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I have installed a wireless router and wireless PCI cards to set up a home network. I am using the following equipment:

Linksys, BEFW11S4, Wireless Access Point Router (installed to my computer)

Linksys, WMP11, Wireless PCI Cards (installed in my son's and daughter's computers)

We want to share files between three computers on the network. I followed the Linksys instructions for file sharing and set up the three computers to accomplish this.

The connection between my son's computer and mine works fine. My daughter, however, has appearantly deleted the "Network Neighborhood" icon from the desktop of her computer and I cannot esablish the "Share" link on her computer. Can the "Network Neighborhood" be reinstalled on her computer and if so, how?

This question was answered on January 31, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

On your windows 98 machine got to start > programs > windows explorer and right click on network neighborhood

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Posted by Eugene of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on January 31, 2003

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