|03 Mar 2010||#1|
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Windows Home Network Problems
I have 3 computers all running Windows 7 Professional and had them networked and sharing printers. Recently I upgraded my internet plan which required me to install a new router (for the static IP) along with my existing Linksys router. I had to change some settings on the Linksys to get it all working and all 3 computers have internet access. The problem now is they can't see each other on the Network, they're all on the same Home Network, but none of them seems to be able to communicate or see each other when I try to access them. Might this have something to do with the introduction of the new router? how would that affect the internal network... do I need to reconfigure the network adapters, if so I'm not sure exactly what to do and would appreciate if someone can point me in the right direction, I have the tech specs with me (IP, Defaut Gateway, Subnet, DNS..)
Thanks a lot for your help!
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