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    Can I Connect My Laptop and PC files via Netgear Router

    This is a discussion on Can I Connect My Laptop and PC files via Netgear Router within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; How do i or is it possible for me to share files between my Laptop and My P.C via the ...

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      Can I Connect My Laptop and PC files via Netgear Router

      How do i or is it possible for me to share files between my Laptop and My P.C via the Netgear router?

      do i need any software or can i just configure the router somehow

      Thanks in Advance
      Paul

      PS my laptop is running on Windows Vista and my pc on XP
      Last edited by pjn1978; 05-07-07 at 08:59 PM.


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