|23 Nov 2010||#1|
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Network computers icons won't show
One of many issues I have with Windows 7 is when I select the Network icon I sometimes don't see the other computers that are in the network. Sometimes I do.
It's just the name and the icon that won't appear. However, if I type \\COMPUTERNAME I connect to it right away. Solutions?
It would be great if it was like in XP - the network computer always appeared. Even if it was offline, but then you'd get an error message saying it's offline or something.
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