Vista PC and a cable network.

Hi, I had a wired network with 3 pc is running XP, no problem, but the main computer, mine, gave the soul so I bought a new Vista PC.

I plugged it all this, but now 2 other PCs do not have access to the media and files etc on my Vista pc, even if the pc XP appear on the network on the Vista pc page. Vista doesn't seem to be able to set up a wireless network. Y at - it sort of have a wired network like it, for me, using vista is more secure than wireless.




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