Sharing problem in computer what i have to do?

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Me and my flat mate both share a computer. The last one we had a turned of the power supply and it never worked again after that, I rightly got the blame for that one, then we bought this 2nd one which went on me, to the anger of my flat mate however we found out it was the fan that had gone so we took  the fan out of the other one and connected it up and works the problem is the fan is just next to the computer as it doesn't fit so the computer is completely open on one side with all the wires on show it's been like this for months and although it still works what could i face? with it like this. By the way I tried connecting hard drive to this computer it come up as hard drive  but i couldn't use any other programs.

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Sharing problem in computer what i have to do?

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Usual USB cables must not be utilized to unite two computers direct to each other. Attempting to do so can electrically misconduct the computers! Still, primary USB cables organized for nonstop unification survive that can be utilized safely. You may raise this choice over others if your computers demand serviceable Ethernet network adapters. Microsoft Windows offers subordinate show but offers the comparable primary functionality as Ethernet cables. You may try  using readily available cables and network speed is not a concern.. Serial and parallel cables are never utilized to system much than two computers.

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