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Chapter 24. Setting Up Windows XP on a Home Network

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It used to be that setting up a network was a stupendous task, requiring all kinds of special wiring and special devices. A network still requires these basic features (some type of connection, some networking hardware, and a network card), but the processes of setting up and using a network are dramatically easier. This chapter touches on the basics of home networking.


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