Ad Hoc Network in Windows?

Answer Microsoft defines an ad hoc network as "a temporary connection between computers and devices used for a specific purpose, such as sharing documents during a meeting or playing multiple-player compu... Read More »

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How to Add a Windows XP Machine to a Windows Vista Wired Network?

Although wired networks are less convenient than wireless ones, they are also significantly more secure. If you already have a network set up at home with Windows Vista machines, you may want to ad... Read More »

Windows Vista PC Won't Print on Windows XP Network Printer?

A printer connected to a system network gives you the ability to print from the printer using any computer system. However, if a Windows Vista computer is connected to a Windows XP network, you may... Read More »

How can I reformat an external hdd that was previously formatted with Linux via dish network to be windows compatible and Windows device manager has the option grayed out?

You are not able to transfer the recordings from the DVR receiver to your computer. The programming language used for the receiver is different than that used for computers. You can use an externa... Read More »

Set up network on windows 7?

Did you set up Homegroup for networking in Windows 7? Homegroup only works with Windows 7 computers and will not talk to your XP computer. If so, you will need to change the networking system to on... Read More »