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    VBAgx network setup

    I've searched around but there doesn't seem to be any all-encompassing guide for this, and I'm totally stuck.
    I'm running windows 7, and my computer name is "Windows-PC"
    The location of the folder to share is C:\ISOs
    It is set to share with everyone, and I've turned on sharing without needing a password (there are no passwords on this computer anyway)
    I have put in my IP address correctly.
    I have put in the share name as ISOs
    I have put in the username as "Windows-PC" and also tried it with all caps, and with "guest"
    I have left password field blank, as well as trying it with "0" and with "guest"

    And I just cannot connect. What am I doing wrong?

    Thanks so much, and apologies if this is in the wrong forum. I tried to get the right one.

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    I beleive there is a guide for this at wiibrew.org

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    Quote Originally Posted by toby1978 View Post
    I beleive there is a guide for this at wiibrew.org
    If you look at what the OP posted it looks like they followed it but are still having a problem.

    I've never tried but maybe you have to share name as the full location like C:\ISOs?

    When you log in you don't have a user name?
    Last edited by Darkcide666; 05-12-2011 at 05:38 AM.
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    Yeah, I have never tried it either. I always found it easier just to load them on the sd card. I have heard that it takes forever to transfer through the network anyways.

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    Me too. I'm full capable of connecting my Wii to my PC but I've never tried via any app.
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