Tech support to troubleshoot problems with Windows® XP operating system in HP Pavilion® p6350z Desktop PC
If you want to resolve Windows XP related issues such as allowing file sharing on your desktop, then follow the easy 6-step resolution given below.
By configuring your desktop with file sharing, you can easily transfer files and folders between two or more desktops.
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- Click 'Start'
- Double-click ‘Network’ icon
- Right-click on hard drive
- Select ‘Options’
- Select folder share option
- Click ‘OK’
Click on the 'Start' button
Double-click ‘Network’ icon
Click on 'Show All Connections' and double-click the ‘Network’ icon to enable device.
Right click on the hard drive that you want to share
Select ‘Options’->Select 'Sharing and security'
Select 'Share this folder on the network' option
Click ‘OK’ at the bottom of the screen.
You have successfully configured file sharing on your desktop with iYogi’s assistance. We recommend that you try to configure sharing other peripheral devices on your network for ease of accessibility.
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