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Hi. I have a desktop pc running windows vista ultimate edition. It's connected to a Buffalo Airstation Wireless G wireless router. I've been able to connect wirelessly to the network with my Macbook, but I don't see the Desktop PC under Networks on the mac. I also don't see the Macbook when I look at the Network information under Vista. I would like to be able to access my shared folders from the desktop on my macbook. Does anyone have any ideas what I might need to do to correct this problem?

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