I have a laptop that I use at home and it is running on Windows XP operating system. I changed the OS as initially I was on Windows 7, so I downgraded and installed all the drivers including the network drivers.
However, when installing the Intel network driver, I experienced an error message that popped-up as shown below. What does this mean?
Intel® Network Connections:
Installation failed. Missing or corrupted DxSetup.exe.
How can I manipulate my home computer from my office? I want to also transfer files, open session VPN, remote control.
Which software application should I use? Does it need a specific hardware? Can I have secure access? Will it works with different OS (XP and Vista)?
An administrator had six computers which were in his network. On analysis he found that two of the computer's can communicate with one another and 3 of the other computers could not have connectivity to the last PC not to the first two.
Propose Class B address for each of the computers.
I was trying to use WinSCP to transfer files between several PCs, one PC being the File Server when I got an error message, see below.
It was just a simple FTP and wondered why I got this network connection problem.
Any suggestions on how to resolve the problem?
Thanks for the help!
Network error: Connection refused.
I want to know about the computer network and its components. Please do reply with details.
I just want to know Network Topology and its advantages.
I networked a computer.
One is a Desktop and the other one is a Laptop. In Desktop I use Windows XP and in Laptop I use Windows 7. My Internet Connection are in Laptop and shared on Desktop.
Both PC's Communication work well but If I am working on Laptop and after sometime when I start my Desktop, then the problem occurred.
My laptop turns to a BLUE screen and restarts and then I can't use the Internet on the desktop.