How To Connect The Network Cable
Make sure you have a cross-sized network cable. Cabled network cable (e.g. Ethernet cable or patch corde) is required to connect computers to Windows NEOs; the standard network cable is only required to connect the computer to the rotary.
- Look at the two rounds at the ends of the network cab and see if the contact wires match or not. In the cross-crossed patch corde at the ends, the yellow and green pairs are changing; the standard contact colour is the same.
- You can look for a picture of the cable you need, if you need some good information on the differences between standard and cross-crossed cable.
Put a cabbage box in the port of Ethernet of each computer to connect them.
Go to any of the connected computers and press the button of the menu "Pusk." The "Pusk" button is a round button in the left corner of the screen with the Microsoft Windows logo, on every computer under Windows 7.
Choose the Control Panel, then put the "sitting" in the search line in the right upper corner of the Panel of Control.
Among the search results, select the Network Management Center and General Access.
Open the icon of the signed Unknown Network on a map of the network up the network control windows and general access. If you're connected to several networks, the mortgage can be signed as Sethie.
Press on the right panel a message proposing to alter the parameters of general access, and then select the option "Incorporate online detection."
Introduce the Administrator ' s password, if requested, and press the Enter keyboard. Now, both computers will be visible in the network control window and general access, and you can transfer computer files to the computer.