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MacBook doesn't detect and connect with Windows 7

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I own a MacBook white and my friend has a PC, with Windows 7. We are unable to connect them. There is another PC in our home with XP in it, and my MacBook automatically detects it, but doesn't the one with Windows 7.

Any help, how to connect these two?

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