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How To Map To An Nas Drive From Windows Vista

This article explains how to “map” to a NAS drive attached to your local network in Windows Vista. A NAS(Network Attached Storage) drive is an extra hard drive that can be plugged into your home network and accessed from any computer – although originally intended as data backup devices, many NAS drives are sold as media drives, allowing you to store all of your music, photographs and videos in one place, and then “streaming” the content to computers and media players anywhere in your home. These devices simply plug into your router with a standard Ethernet cable and become instantly visible to any computer on the network. “Mapping” is the process whereby your computer makes a connection to such a device.

To prevent unauthorised access to such information, most NAS drives require you to e...

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How Do I Uninstall the PotPlayer

Do you got to uninstall Flash player but you don’t really know how to do this? Whether you need to uninstall adobe player, Macromedia player or any other program, then you’ve come to the right place. I will help you to find out what flash player uninstaller really is the best to use. This way, you are able to easily uninstall flash programs without having a hard time.

How To Uninstall PotPlayer

There are two different ways to uninstall PotPlayer and that is through either the manual method or the automatic technique. To manually remove the program, you have to follow these steps: Select “Start” and then click “Control Panel”. After Control Panel loads up, go to “Add & Remove Programs” or “Uninstall A Program” if your system is Windows Vista & 7...

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