|19 Nov 2009||#1|
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File timestamp issue...
Here's a strange one...
I'm doing work on the laptop downstairs - I make a change to a file, ftp it, then I go back to my text editor only to be told 'the file has been edited outside this program, do I want to reload it?'. It happens A LOT so I'd like to resolve it if possible.
I'm using PSPad but I don't think its an application issue, it must be to do with the Network.
I have a desktop connected via ethernet to a router, and a laptop connected wirelessly. The PCs are on a Homegroup, and both on Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit.
The files are stored on the desktop, and I access them across the Homegroup on the laptop.
Both PCs have had the time correctly set with 'internet time'.
Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm stumped! Never seen this before.
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