|30 Apr 2013||#1|
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Possible to use I/O disc drive on another computer via Homegroup?
I have a 10 yr. old machine with a floppy drive but it is running Home Premium. It doesn't support old XP programs.
A second newer machine runs Windows 7 Pro, which supports XP but doesn't have a floppy drive.
Both machines are part of the same Homegroup.
Is there some way for the Pro machine to read the floppy drive of the Home Premium machine?
I would like to run an XP program on the Pro machine but I/O is a problem.
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