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Unable to other Macs via Front Row?


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Following a number of glitches on my MacBook that I just couldn't shake, I've done a clean install of Leopard. Unfortunately, I'm now unable to "see" my iMac as a source via Front Row (and visa versa) even though I've set both as shareable and I can access them via the others Finder. Anyone any ideas?

Also, is there a way of accessing media stored on my time capsule via Front Row?
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