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Old November 30th 09, 06:41 AM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Eric Shune
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When on wireless I had 1 small TV in the notification area.

When I first set up cabled LAN it turned to 2 TV's with a world hovering
between.

Now, after a week or so of being on LAN, it's just 2 TV's, no world.

what should it be.


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Old November 30th 09, 11:55 AM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Adrian C
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Eric Shune wrote:
When on wireless I had 1 small TV in the notification area.

When I first set up cabled LAN it turned to 2 TV's with a world hovering
between.

Now, after a week or so of being on LAN, it's just 2 TV's, no world.

what should it be.


It works, so don't worry. The icons are pretty dressing, though you can
right click or hover on them if that shows anything useful.

It's when they disappear that you'll know something's up.

A week ago the world disappeared and all our existances were replaced by
multiple vmware sessions running in some alien planet's computer the
other side of the galaxy.

Everything is still "working", so don't worry about that. Just be
respectful to the mice.

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Adrian C
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Old December 1st 09, 06:35 AM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Eric Shune
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"Eric Shune" wrote in message
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When on wireless I had 1 small TV in the notification area.

When I first set up cabled LAN it turned to 2 TV's with a world hovering
between.

Now, after a week or so of being on LAN, it's just 2 TV's, no world.

what should it be.


I am still interested to know as this happened on 4 computers.


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Old December 1st 09, 10:17 AM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Conor
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In article , Eric Shune says...

"Eric Shune" wrote in message
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When on wireless I had 1 small TV in the notification area.

When I first set up cabled LAN it turned to 2 TV's with a world hovering
between.

Now, after a week or so of being on LAN, it's just 2 TV's, no world.

what should it be.


I am still interested to know as this happened on 4 computers.


If they're all connected to the same network, its because the internet
connectivity has been lost.

--
Conor
www.notebooks-r-us.co.uk

I'm not prejudiced. I hate everybody equally.
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Old December 1st 09, 05:22 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Eric Shune
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"Conor" wrote in message
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In article , Eric Shune says...

"Eric Shune" wrote in message
...
When on wireless I had 1 small TV in the notification area.

When I first set up cabled LAN it turned to 2 TV's with a world
hovering
between.

Now, after a week or so of being on LAN, it's just 2 TV's, no world.

what should it be.


I am still interested to know as this happened on 4 computers.


If they're all connected to the same network, its because the internet
connectivity has been lost.

--
Conor
www.notebooks-r-us.co.uk

I'm not prejudiced. I hate everybody equally.


Yes, all are connetected through my BT Home Hub and all were connected to
the internet. Absolutely no problems tinterneting whatsoever.



 




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