the other thing is that after this conclusion:
...I definetely will spend my time @ 0230 AM in several forums to help you setting your system up...chestermike wrote: Well I have already tried following your instructions once after sifting through to find your instructions and it didn't work, either i am too thick to understand your considerable computer skills OR your not as clever as you think you are.
but at least I know now that you're using w-lan. I have to admit to my everlasting disgrace that my considerable eperiences with this kind of systems are pretty limited.
Best thing you can do is to find out which kind of w-lan router you are using. Model # and manufacturer and looking throu some forums by yourself. (most of us had to do it this way)
And don't forget to switch off windows internal firewall. Get yourself comodo and open tcp and udp ports for the 3 exe files:
sorry can't remember the names to 100%. need to regenerate.
- sometimes reboot of router can help.
- w-lan signals can be interfered easily, check them and/or get a repeater