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Help needed with problem in my network

Discussion in 'Software Q&A' started by chiragshah1974, May 2, 2006.

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  1. chiragshah1974

    chiragshah1974 New Member

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    Hi

    I am running network of 6 computers.All systems have Win XP PRO SP2.

    One system which is main system has two lan cards.One is used for drect internet connection other is used for sharing internet .

    My HP Laser jet is also attached with this system.

    Now problem is that all of sudden file sharing and printer sharing is not working on main system.

    1 . I am unable to access share drives of other systems and from other system I am unable to view main systems share drive.

    2. Printer is not running on network.I am able to print locally.
    In other systems when I see print folder it shows unable to connect
    message under printer Icon

    But I am able to surf net on all the systems.

    I have checked all the tcp IP settings.Also deleted old one and reconfigured it. but of no use.

    Please help me in this matter.

    Thanks in advance.

    Regards

    Chirag
     
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    Sourabh Laptoping

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    Well since all the network drives and printers are not on share for other network systems, run the network setup wizard individually once again on the all systems. Preferabbly after reinstalling the printer on the server. Since you are familiar with the network settings, it wont take much time.
     
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