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June 8, 2007, 2:10 pm
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Hello please help me? I am conecting to the neighbours wifi router and I
am using their internet the thing is that I want to see their files? Is
there a way to access their hdd and copy files from it to my pc? Please
tell me if there is a software to do that or how???
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Re: HELP Please help me!!!
On Fri, 08 Jun 2007 10:10:46 -0400, va22il sez:
1) Double-click on My Computer, then right-click on your C: drive.
2) Click on Sharing and Security (depending on your version of Windows it
might just say Sharing).
3) Put a dot next to Share This Folder.
4) If there is a button that says New Share, click that and give it a
share name - usually just the letter C is sufficient. Otherwise, if you
can type in a share name on the first screen, do that and leave the share
name just plain C with no punctuation.
5) Click OK to save your changes.
6) Now get to the DOS command prompt. Usually that will be from the
Start button, then Programs (might say All Programs), and if you are on
Windows 98 it's there under MS-DOS Prompt. Otherwise, go into
Accessories and click on Command Prompt. You should be on a black screen
where you can type commands.
7) Type: IPCONFIG and press . I need to know your IP address.
Post that back here when you have done these steps, and you should be
able to get into your neighbor's files with no trouble at all.
Peter B. Steiger
An Eye For An Eye, WY
If you must reply by email, you can reach me by placing zeroes
where you see stars: wypbs_**2 at steigerfamily.com.
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