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TykSak
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Thats how I do it



You could also just get a switch, wire it to your router and just move the switch downstairs

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Thanks for that - as ever, you are a star!

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Just joined to add this, if it's usefull to anyone.

I use XP Home SP2 and it's perfectly easy to mount any hard drives in a shared folder using the 'right-click My Computer and select Manage method'. Do it as TykSak says, but instead of right clicking where he says to, right click the drive in the lower pane, like this:

Here, I have selected my second hard drive ( D: )


Or, you can leave the view option as 'Volume' in the top pane and right click the drive in the top pane that you want to mount somewhere. Like this:



Hope that helps someone.

Thanks for all the great guides, TykSak! You are a HERO.

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When I right-click on the drive and go to Change Drive Letter and Paths everything is grayed out, I can't change anything. Any ideas?

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Are you running XP Pro or XP Home?

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