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Windows 7: Wireless haywire!

20 Sep 2009   #11

Win7 Build 7600 x86

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kegobeer View Post
Really? You can get the network map to function without LLTD on XP machines? I've never seen that before. You also don't recommend installing SP3 on XP machines? Why is that? Please post your reasons - your reply of "that's nonsense" doesn't really help.
Well, it does help since it's unambiguous. joke

I don't say I don't recommend SP3, I say it's not necessary for network mapping.

And I say one doesn't need to install anything in particular to share folders between XP, Vista and Win7.
That's why I stated that what you wrote was nonsense.

Didn't mean anything personal with it, I appreciate your help.

I stated unambiguously that the quoted remarks were nonsense, because they were, and the OP needs not to be more confused than he already is.

sorry if it came out a bit harsh.

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