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    bunch of stuff

    Hello, I was just wondering if I need all this stuff. Thanks.



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    Old and Cranky Super Moderator rik's Avatar
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    Nope

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    Quote Originally Posted by rik
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    Thanks rik - damn you! hehe. do you think you can be more specific? What if I deleted all of it?!!

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    Depends on you network topology. Need more info on structure and hardware of you network.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynchknot
    What if I deleted all of it?!!

    Then you would be acting like...Lynchknot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conan
    Then you would be acting like...Lynchknot!

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    grrrr. I have been trying to set up a network between 2 computers via router for a year or so - so that the other computer can use printer without the main computer switched on. I could never get it to work nor could I even get the computers to see each other.

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    "Typically" You should be fine with Client for MS Networks, File and Printer Sharing, and TCP/IP. This will make most p2p network setups complete. I dunno what the listing is that you have for the Network Monitor driver, and dunno what you may have running that requires the NW Link listings. A great resource to keep around for networking issues is WWW.WOWN.COM. It's the World of Windows Networking. A privately operated site by a guy in Germany I believe. Very informative, easy to understand, and has lots of screenshots.

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