Sharing :: Install Programs On A Remote Computer (HDD)
Oct 21, 2011
That is: that I have a slow general storage drive that is becoming full. A fast HDD for recording onto with fraps and for programs that I won't use with fraps. I then have an SSD as my main drive which gets VERY full VERY quickly. I then have another computer that has a pretty quick 1TB RAID 0 running and a gigabit network, the network being the bottleneck but still pretty damn quick (120MB/s which is plenty fast enough).
Now, what I intend to do is have my storage drive stay as is; my fraps drive to continue it's job, and then for my old computer to store my big programs to run off, things like games. Is it possible to do this as when I've tried it says I don't have permission even though I gave access to the whole HDD from the network. (I'm installing on this computer but changing to the mapped network drive for the install directory).
I can not install any programs because of poor connectivity. Every time I attempt to install a program; steam, chrome, yahoo messenger, I get a message that says I'm not connected to the internet. How can I fix this iisue?
I have a printer connected to another computer (Win XP) and it wasn't showing up on the network so I followed some installation process to install a network driver or something. Now the printer is working fine. BUT... Now that computer is having internet problems. It connects to the internet fine but some programs say it doesn't. Like Microsoft Outlook. A message always shows up saying "Must work offline" or something. And I cant listen to some things on the internet because a message comes up saying you must connect to the internet.
I want to connect a Windows 7 SP1 to a XP Home SP3 for sharing and control with single mouse and keyboard. I have read that LLTD needs to be installed on the XP because it has SP3. The validation tool associated with LLTD will not verify the XP. I successfully reactivated the XP and the validation tool still fails whether firewall and antivirus are off or on. For the past two days I have been searching and I am unable to find a solution that works. Wireless router...Netgear rangemax WPN824. Both computers are directly connected to router.
I have some machines having Fedora operating system on it. Every time I have to install Fedora on that machines using DVD and DVD ROM. How can I install fedora using ISO image by making one machine as an server having all the ISO images of Fedora and need not to use DVD rom. Is that possible from DHCP server
I have an installation of a new SMU on an ASR9k. Unfortunately, a previous install from a remote FTP source has stalled at 1%. The router is currently running v4.2.1, and the stalled installation was for a 4.2.0 SMU.
I have some iMacs that I manage for, in addition to my primary PC computers, such as my Toshiba Windows 7 laptop, which is what I am currently most concerned with. What I would like to do, is Remote Desktop Control (I'll abbreviate that as RDC) these mac computers through the network from my Windows PC. I am aware that this is possible with either Google Chrome, or by checking an OSX setting that will allow for VNC applications to connect, but I would prefer it if there was some way to RDC these iMacs from my Windows laptop without needing to change their settings or install software-something like how Mac-Mac RDC connections work, where I can just select a computer from the network, type a password, and go.
I'm having some trouble connecting to my computer remotely via my iPad.I have a fairly strict router so i installed and am running Hamachi as my network through which i connect to my server computer via another computer. I realized as I was writing this that the reason i could not connect to my server computer via the Hamachi address was because my ipad is not connected to the Hamchi network. When i try to connect via the ip address i get from whatsmyip.org i simply get an error. I have absolutely no idea where to go from here, and I would really like to have remote access to my server computer from my ipad.
How do I do a remote backup to an IP address? I am using NAT.I will be using port forwarding.I am using the windows "Add Network Location" wizard.I typed in my router's IP address, and it doesn't like it.I would like to run a backup by selecting the destination as this network location, if possible.
I have an Acer Aspire 5517 with Windows 7 Home Premium connected wirelessly to a Linksys E1000 which is connected to a surfboard modem connected to Comcast cable internet. I just picked up an HP Proliant DL360 server with no OS and no optical drive. It tries to PXE network boot when I turn it on. How do I use my Laptop to install a linux image via the network?I have read extensively about this subject for a couple of days now and jacked up my IP settings in my router as well as my network adapter a couple of times now. Everything is backed up and my original settings are written down. I have asked for advice from Microsoft and HP as well.
Long story short, I have a Asus CG5270 desktop with a cdrom that DOES NOT work and a hard drive that is totally wiped clean of any operating system. I also have a router and a perfectly working laptop with Windows 7 64bit home premium on it. I do not have a crossover cable or external hard drive. I have the recovery disk for the desktop which is Vista 64bit home premium SP1.Can I or can I not use the laptop to reinstall Vista on my desktop?I've found this question asked countless times in countless forums but also countless answers that do not answer the question for a person that is not a computer engineer.
How do I setup remote login that would allow 3 or 4 people to login to the same computer. Each person would have their own Windows User Account name, with different privileges.I don't know what software could do this. The computer being connected to would be Windows 7, and there is no special network equipment besides a consumer router.his is a very small business and keeping costs under control is important.
I am running a laptop (Windows 7) and a desktop (Windows XP SP3), with the laptop connected wirelessly and the desktop connected by ethernet cable to a Linksys modem / router. Both computers can always connect to the internet. The laptop can (almost always) print from the usb printer connected to the desktop. Only on about 30% of occasions can I see the other computer in Windows Explorer or the equivalent, and therefore cannot access all the files. I can usually ping the other computer by ip and get a reply. I can rarely ping the other computer successfully by name unless I ping by ip first.
connecting one computer to 10 others. In my office there are 11 computers, mine and 10 others. I was wondering what steps I would go about taking to ensure that while monitoring these computers, I could also if needed choose to close out of a program when I see it misused, or take control of it when necessary?
I support a dental office that just went in on an x-ray machine with two other offices. So, there is a total of three seperate offices each with their own Internet connection and each on a different ip scheme. They all want to be able to see the Win XP computer connected to this x-ray computer. Ideally, they would each want to be able to run their dental software on this computer.
I have a Linksys WRT54G to which 2 computers are connected of which one has no problems at all.The other computer just had its hard drive replaced and Windows XP Pro SP1 installed on the new hard drive. With the new operating system, I cannot get the computer to access the router. The connection status reports that the network device is working but IPCONFIG /ALL reports nothing (blank). The NIC is onboard the motherboard (ASUS P5LP-LE). I have swapped out cable ports at the router and tried a different cable to the faulty computer to no avail. If I had a spare NIC I would already have tried that too. FYI, it was working without problems prior to the hard drive crash that prompted the new drive and OS install.I tried a wireless USB network interface (Zonet ZEW2508) and the computer also reports it working. However, the network icon continually cycles between connected and unavailable, about 6 seconds connected and 1 second unavailable. IPCONFIG also reports blank on this.
I am trying to share my base computer's internet with my PS3. My operating system is Windows 7, and I use the free version of PDAnet as my internet. I have followed the instructions from [URL], but I still receive the error, "an error occurred while Internet Connection Sharing was being enabled (null). In. Addtion, after rebooting the computer, and double checking the list of services have been started automatically, I noticed that Application Gateway Layer did not start automatically.
I have recently upgraded my router to a Belkin N750 DB and am having issues getting remote desktop connection working. Previously I had a Netgear router and it was working no problems at all.I have port forwarded (virtual server on Belkin) port 3389 TCP to the servers IP address.I can get Remote desktop connection to work when I am within my LAN by just typing the computers name.However when I try to connect via the IP address, as I would if I were away from home, then I get the message that says "remote desktop cannot connect for one of these reasons
1) remote access not enabled (it is because it worked before) 2) remote computer is turned off (no it isn't) 3) remote computer is no available" (yes it is cause can connect from LAN)
Turned off static IP for my server and let the router assign IP, and changed the IP address in the port forward, same, no connection.Double, triple checked my IP address, as this obviously changed when I plugged in the new router.Have updated to latest firmware for router and NIC.
I am trying to share a printer on Windows Server 2003 machine so that my other computers can access the print share from my server. originally i was hosting the print server from one of the workstations (running Windows XP SP2). I now want the printer share to be hosted from the server. I set up the printer correctly (to my knowledge). i was able to set it up and print a test page. But when i go into properties and attempt to share the printer, i click on Share this Printer and enter in a name, i designate it to list the printer in the directory. Then i click apply and ok... and nothing happens. the printer is not shared. When i go back into properties, it shows that i am not sharing the printer.
i currently have a windows XP Pro machine alongside a windows 98SE machine. the windows XP machine is connected to my network via a wireless network adapter. But, i need the windows 98 machine connected to the internet as well. (i have to use windows 98 because of a program i use only works with DOS)
I am trying to transfer files from Laptop A to Laptop B. I can transfer files from B to A, but I can't transfer them from A to B. When I try to, I get an error message saying "Windows cannot access Laptop A".It then gives me the option to diagnose the problem (I'm using Vista on both laptops, by the way). When I click that, it gives me the error of "Cannot communicate with Laptop A. We pinged the remote host but did not receive a response".Laptop A is connected to the network according to it, it can access the internet fine and can access other laptops on the network fine. I have disabled the firewall, shared the folders appropriately, made sure they were both on the same workgroup (they are both on the default Vista WORKGROUP), and still nothing.
successfully installed Windows 7 x64 on my computer this week, but the computer sometimes loses contact with my WD 1TB Book live NAS(When trying to copy Big FILE). When this happens, I restart the computer, and the drive usually reappears. I just bought this hard drive two days agoInstead of simply failing to recognize it, I sometimes get "not responding" errors when trying to open files.My hard drive (Western Digital My Book Live WDBACG0010HCH 1TBI contacted Western Digital support, Still no reply from them. still waitingi find some hardware forum to check this out .. also not solution yeti change my router,off firewall, also the same problem.
I just installed Tomato firmware (details below) on my wireless-N router and everything appears to be working fine on the router's end. I can connect to the Internet properly with a wired (Ethernet) connection; in fact, that's how I posted this question.
What I cannot do is connect to the router wirelessly in any way. At first, I thought that something was wrong with my wireless security settings, because I read about some incompatibilities between Windows 7 and AES encryption. However, when I changed to TKIP, the issue persisted; when I switched from WPA2 Personal to WEP, the issue persisted; and when I disabled wireless security entirely — just for testing purposes — the issue still persisted.
My Internet search for this issue brought up a lot of old forum and mailing list posts, most of which were useless. The only one that seemed promising suggested disabling Afterburner, but that came disabled by default on my install. I did try enabling it and then disabling it, but it had no apparent effect.
In case it's relevant: before I installed Tomato, I had a somewhat funky install of dd-wrt on the router. The first thing I did after installing Tomato was a full clean of the nvram through the web GUI's Administration → Configuration → Restore Default Configuration menu.
What do I have to do to get wireless running? I only have one computer available at the moment, but I'll try to update later if and when I can borrow more devices for testing.
Linksys WRT160N v3 Tomato Firmware v1.28.9054 MIPSR2-beta K26 Mini Linux kernel 18.104.22.168 and Broadcom Wireless Driver 22.214.171.124 updates
EDIT:This is a computer issue, not a router issue. Two smartphones with wi-fi connections and another computer are all able to connect to the wireless network with no problems. However, the original computer was able to connect to the same router just fine before Tomato was installed. It has an internal wireless-B/G card, and I had Tomato set up to broadcast G-only, so it should have been compatible.
EDIT 2:The computer in question was the only device in the house that wasn't set up for wireless-N, so I went out and bought a Wireless-N USB adapter and changed Tomato to be N-only. Using the new adapter, I get connection again. I suppose it's possible that the computer's OEM internal wireless card failed at exactly the same time that I installed Tomato on the router, but that would be one heck of a coincidence. I'll see if I can connect to some other G or B network next time I'm around one....
I'm trying to install a WMP54G PCI Version 4.1 in my Windows 2000 Pro SP4 computer. I ran the setup cd before installing the card, then took out the disk. After installing the card and powering the computer, the Available Wireless Network screen didn't appear. I also didn't get the Network Monitor icon on the taskbar. Network Monitor appears in the start menu, but can't be started. Device Manager says the card is working properly and there are no conflicts.
I uninstalled the software, removed the card, and repeated the installation process with the same end result. The card light blinks like it is receiving data. I'm using a Linksys WRT54G2 router. Both my desktop (W7) and my laptop (Vista) connect just fine. How can I get my W2K computer on the network?
I have this idea of using my old computer (which is still pretty awesome) as a back up + production server. What this would entail would be that each person in my house has a dedicated hard drive that auto-syncs folders they've selected for backing up (not Memeo under any circumstances!). Then there will be a hard drive for me to work on web projects on. I'd like this computer to be very secure but if needed, I could show my work on the production drive to my boss.