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 "my shared folder" appears on desktop after rebooting?

Answer Do you share files & folders with people in a network? If not I would check your router. Change the WEP key , or even up the security to WPA2.You may have had an unwanted wireless connection hack ... Read More »
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Sluggish PC startup once desktop appears - hard disk appears to stop for a minute and everything stops - help?

During that "hang", your system is loading something in the background. Based on the point where it is happening, I suspect it is something in the "Run" part of the registry.You can use the "mscon... Read More »
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How to Add a Shared Folder in OSX?

Apple's OS X operating system makes file sharing as easy as using a few mouse clicks to navigate through your folders. You can share folders, but not files, so ensure all the information you want t... Read More »
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How to Add a Shared Folder in Windows 7?

Windows 7 gives users the ability to share files and folders with friends and family at home or with co-workers at the office. Whether your computer is connected to a homegroup, workgroup or domain... Read More »
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How to Open a Shared Folder?

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