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Can't see other computers on the network


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So, I have a PowerBook G4 Aluminum, 1.67GHz PPC running OSX 10.5.8. I tried to install Rowmote on my iPhone to control my laptop which required a helper app running on computer. I never was able to get it to work but, now my PowerBook can't see any of the other computers on my home network. I CAN connect to my WiFi and to the internet but I can't see my other computers Finder nor my AppleTV when I open iTunes. I have file sharing enabled but the other computers and devices don't show up.

I've removed the Rowmote app and have tried restarting without any luck.

Any suggestions?
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