RE: Local Area Network Malfunctions



talbott
07-10-2005, 01:12 AM
I had the same problem my internet service said that it was the windows
service pack problem not an internet problem and suggested I delete it until
the pack was edited after that I didn't have any problems were you able to
get any solutions.
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talbott


"Compu-Pikachu" wrote:

> My brother and I each possess a Windows XP Service Pack II computer, which
> are networked, his being the server and providing a shared connection. Both
> of us also have shared directories. Despite the network's considerable
> benefits, primarily in entertainment, intermittently:
>
> 1. Both or one of either of the computers' shared directory Network Places
> shortcuts cease to exist.
>
> 2. Both or one of the computers cease to register in the workgroup
> computers lists of both or one of our computers.
>
> 3. Whenever I attempt to access files via Internet Explorer while using the
> shared connection, the computer believes that no such connection is
> currently active and, instead, attempts to connect to the Internet, which is
> always futile, as the domicile only possesses one telephone line.
>
> I am substantially displeased by this, especially considering my conjecture
> that the service pack is defective. I have even heard negative comments on
> it. Perhaps the claims of Microsoft's software flaws being considerably
> more common compared to those of a majority of other major companies are
> true after all.
>
>
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RE: Local Area Network Malfunctions