Networking Woes

Discussion in 'Compaq' started by DKline, Jun 7, 2009.

  1. DKline

    DKline Guest

    I'm having quite a time trying to network my new netbook to my
    desktop. I run Network setup on both machines but always come up with
    a limited connectivity error. I'm missing a setting somewhere along
    the way because I even had the desktop networked with a Mac at one
    point. It'd be nice to be able to ping each other to see if there at
    least communicating in some way. Any help with this would
    appreciated. Thanks DKline
     
    DKline, Jun 7, 2009
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  2. DKline wrote:
    > I'm having quite a time trying to network my new netbook to my
    > desktop. I run Network setup on both machines but always come up with
    > a limited connectivity error. I'm missing a setting somewhere along
    > the way because I even had the desktop networked with a Mac at one
    > point. It'd be nice to be able to ping each other to see if there at
    > least communicating in some way. Any help with this would
    > appreciated. Thanks DKline


    Wireless? Wired? Homeplug? Router or Peer to Peer?

    Windows? If so what version? Linux? Presumably not Apple OS of any sort?

    --
    Tciao for Now!

    JOhn.
     
    John Williamson, Jun 7, 2009
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  3. DKline

    - Bobb - Guest

    http://www.homenethelp.com/web/howto/net.asp

    "John Williamson" <> wrote in message
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    > DKline wrote:
    >> I'm having quite a time trying to network my new netbook to my
    >> desktop. I run Network setup on both machines but always come up with
    >> a limited connectivity error. I'm missing a setting somewhere along
    >> the way because I even had the desktop networked with a Mac at one
    >> point. It'd be nice to be able to ping each other to see if there at
    >> least communicating in some way. Any help with this would
    >> appreciated. Thanks DKline
     
    - Bobb -, Jun 7, 2009
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