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Temporary Connecting PC to Laptop

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Counslr2l, Feb 5, 2005.

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  1. Counslr2l

    Counslr2l Thread Starter

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    I was hoping to connect my PC to my laptop as I have a single (i think) use Program running on my PC that I want to be able use on my laptop because it requires logging a lot of hours at the computer. Can I connect them using a USB cable? Will I be able to access the program on the PC from the laptop? Or, I have a disk with the software that came with my books for college. Had i known the hours required, I would have installed on my laptop instead. I tried to install on my laptop (the reason i think it may be single use) using xp, the same as my PC but, it says "an installation file 'C:\Docume~1\RichWa~1\Locals~1\Temp\{2b02f82e-a9b9-458c-80e5-3ea8c0de8471}\FlashPremierConvertable.exe could not be installed. Data Error (cyclic redundancy)". Any help here would be greatly appreciated. Thank You!
     
  2. kiwiguy

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    The Cyclic Redundancy error only suggests that the file FlashPremierConvertable.exe is corrupt, perhaps the CD disk has fingerprints on it?

    Unlikely that you could run the program ovet a network unless it was installed in that manner in the first instance.
     
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