connect a network drive on netowork with 7 & xp?

I am running Windows XP home sp3 on my laptop and my desktop was win7 there is an external hard drive that I want to be able to access from XP just as easy with 2 PC win7?

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Hi paul3200,

You can follow the procedure below the link that has the steps of how to connect it and disconnect a network drive in Windows XP: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308582

You can also check out the link below: create a shortcut to (map) a network drive:http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Create-a-shortcut-to-map-a-network-drive

With regard to:

Samhrutha G S - Microsoft technical support.

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