one question about networked home PCs

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  1. alex__

    alex__ New Member

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    If my computer is networked with another computer in the home network, is it possible to use the DVD burner that is in the other computer in the network... as in, could i say, have nero and author DVD's using the files that are on MY HDD, but then put a DVDR into the drive on the other PC and burn the DVD, instead of having to transfer all the files i want burnt onto the other pc HD and then use the burner ...
    i was wondering if u could share the drive or something..help would be greatly appreciated...
    thank you in advace !
     
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    P07r0457 New Member

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    yes, you sorta can. The easiest way is to create a network drive, you would then go to the machine with the burner, and burn a cd using files from the network drive.
     

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