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Windows 7: How to save a laptop system image file to a desktop using homegroup?


03 Feb 2013   #1

Windows 7 Home premium, 64 bit
 
 
How to save a laptop system image file to a desktop using homegroup?

Hi,

My first problem is that I'm requested to insert a username and password. On both the laptop and desktop there are two user accounts and neither uses password. I have the homegroup password, but I cannot find a user name, hence I'm not able to proceed... Where do I find this information?

I want to save my laptop system image to my desktop drive D (I have a C, D and E disk on the desktop) where I have the most free space. I'd love to have it into a folder called D:\Laptop System Image\ Is it possible to select such a folder? How is this done?

I have set up a homegroup and via the laptop I can select various folders (in the same image where I also should enter username and password) but I do not see the D:\Laptop System Image\ Is it only possible to save to those folders that show up by default?



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