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    Thanks for the reply RickC, I will have a...

    Thanks for the reply RickC,

    I will have a look at what you posted and this further tomorrow.

    The strange thing is, it all works on my Desktop.

    I have a more serious problem. One of my 3...
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    I have run a Script to extract all the Services [...

    I have run a Script to extract all the Services [ on the Desktop computer ] which I will compare to the Laptop tomorrow.
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    Thanks for the reply RickC, Unfortunately,...

    Thanks for the reply RickC,



    Unfortunately, that does NOT work.

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  4. Network & Sharing OK, thanks. :thumbsup:

    OK, thanks. :thumbsup:
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    I am on my DESKTOP now. I inserted a USB [...

    I am on my DESKTOP now.

    I inserted a USB [ Drive H: ] and shared it . . .
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    When I looked at Network [ Above ], it shows the BTHUB3 [ OLD Router ] and the USB as usb1, which I...
  6. Network & Sharing Hello Brink, :-) Just a note to say that I...

    Hello Brink, :-)

    Just a note to say that I had to perform a Restart for the Sharing Tab to show up in the Properties after changing the Server (LanmanServer) Service to be ENABLED, RUNNING, and...
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    C:\Windows\system32>ping 192.168.1.10 Pinging...

    C:\Windows\system32>ping 192.168.1.10

    Pinging 192.168.1.10 with 32 bytes of data:
    Reply from 192.168.1.10: bytes=32 time=11ms TTL=64
    Reply from 192.168.1.10: bytes=32 time=2ms TTL=64
    Reply from...
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    Is there another way to achieve this [ Share a...

    Is there another way to achieve this [ Share a folder ] that does NOT involve using a secondary Router ?

    For example.

    Suppose I have a 3 TB WD External Hard Drive that is connected via a USB to...
  9. Thread: If I remove windows old by Paul Black
    Forum: General Support
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    Yes. I would also perform a Restart.

    Yes. I would also perform a Restart.
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    Thanks for the reply @MaloK...

    Thanks for the reply @MaloK,

    I can't Turn on file and printer sharing. I even tried . . .

    CMD netsh advfirewall firewall set rule group="Network Discovery" new enable=Yes
    PS...
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    Checking the above, thanks. :thumbsup:

    Checking the above, thanks. :thumbsup:
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    Hello Samuria, thanks for the reply, ...

    Hello Samuria, thanks for the reply,





    C:\Windows\system32>Tracert adobe.com

    Tracing route to adobe.com [2a00:23a0:1d2:6::d57b:f239]
    over a maximum of 30 hops:
  13. Thread: If I remove windows old by Paul Black
    Forum: General Support
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    Hello Murf1954, If you do NOT need to...

    Hello Murf1954,



    If you do NOT need to go back to the PREVIOUS version, then yes, it is safe to delete, and yes, it will free up disk space WITHOUT you losing anything, you will just NOT be...
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    I disconnected from the NEW Router. I logged...

    I disconnected from the NEW Router.
    I logged into the OLD Router Settings.
    I changed the OLD Router to 192.168.1.10, turned OFF DHCP, and DISABLED Firewall.
    The OLD Router shows a USB being...
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    Thanks for the reply cereberus, it is...

    Thanks for the reply cereberus, it is appreciated.

    So I just leave the CURRENT Router as Default Gateway - 192.168.1.254, and on the OLD Router set it to Default Gateway - 192.168.1.100 for...
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    Thanks for the reply Samuria, The...

    Thanks for the reply Samuria,

    The main Router is Default Gateway - 192.168.1.254.
    So I need to change this to Default Gateway - 192.168.1.1 ?

    The OLD Router is the SAME [ Default...
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    So as NOT to hijack this Thread, I have started...

    So as NOT to hijack this Thread, I have started my own here . . .

    > BT - Attach Secondary HUB to Current HUB to use USB as Shared Drive
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    BT - Attach Secondary HUB to Current HUB to use USB as Shared Drive

    I have BT [ British Telecommunications ] fibre with a Smart Hub 2 that has a single USB Port. The USB Port is ONLY a charging Port [ridiculous I know] as confirmed by BT themselves and various...
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    I PM'd you. :thumbsup:

    I PM'd you. :thumbsup:
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    I will try this out tomorrow with the Home Hub 3...

    I will try this out tomorrow with the Home Hub 3 - Type A and a USB formatted as FAT32. If that works, I have just looked and found a NEW 2 TB High Speed USB 2.0 for 11.99 from a company based in...
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    Looking at my previous notes, that is exactly...

    Looking at my previous notes, that is exactly what the Teckie said, that it is now ONLY a charging Port.

    I will see if I can get it working with my Home Hub 3 - Type A.

    Thanks.
  22. Thread: The Space Stuff thread by Paul Black
    Forum: Chillout Room
    Replies 1,818 Views 413,781

    :thumbsup:

    :thumbsup:
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    Hello RickC, Thanks. Unfortunately my...

    Hello RickC,



    Thanks.

    Unfortunately my 3TB WD External Hard Drive is formatted as NTFS.

    This will be my project for this week.
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    Hello RickC, That is exactly...

    Hello RickC,



    That is exactly what the Teckie said. :banghead:



    I still have a couple of old BT Hubs, so I will investigate this further to see if I can achieve this with...
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    Thanks RickC, I will have a look at that...

    Thanks RickC, I will have a look at that Thread.

    I just enabled SMB and it performed some updates prior to, and during a Restart.

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    I hope that if I need to un-check them, that the...
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