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About Tori1157

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    AMD Ryzen 9 3900x
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    ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Hero X570
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    HyperX Fury DDR4 3200MHz 64GB
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    ASUS GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER ROG Strix OC
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    CM Storm Trooper
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    Kingston HyperX 3K SSD 240GB, Kingston A400 SSD 480GB, Seagate Barracuda 3TB and 4TB
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    Corsair AX 1200i, 1200W
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    Noctua NH-D15 AM4 Kit, 4 x 120mm, 3 x 140mm
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    Windows 10 Pro
  1. For whatever reason my computer isn't getting a connection with the shared folders anymore. I can see the shared network but get prompted with login, no matter which credentials i use, i can't get in. I did manage to connect as guest once or twice, that account has the rights to read files, but isn't allowed access. Weird part is that the sharing computer can't see the computer trying to access the files. I have checked my firewall so many times. But wait, there's more. There is another computer that can access the files. I literally have no idea why this broke, all i did was shut the computer off, go to sleep, and then power it on again the day after.
  2. Alright, seems like were getting somewhere then. Wonder what build the OP has.
  3. 1909 is the current release build and the 2004 is the current preview build. Meaning its already gone through alpha testing, last time i checked it only had one changelog entry But yes, can expect more bugs there. Are you on the 1909 build?
  4. Unfortunately, yes. I'm on the 2004 build version of Windows 10. Hopefully its just a bug, cause it was acting weird.
  5. I used to be able too do that too, but not anymore. Spent a good chunk of yesterday troubleshooting this, and using the same account was the issue.
  6. Sorry, but what exactly is it you want to do? Play games locally(LAN) while using the 4G for wifi signal around the house/apartment? All from the same device? Is it a PC, phone or router/modem?
  7. Make sure to set up a new local or existing Microsoft account, on the computer sharing the files. You can't use the same Microsoft account that is logged in on that computer, took me some time to figure that one out. Doesn't really matter which account you login with anyway, luckily. Anyway, make sure to give this user the proper permissions, then when connecting to this computer use the login credentials for that new user. I literally just spent the day setting this up my self, I'll make some pictures for you. (making them now if needed) ------------------------------------------------------ Edit: I've now added some quick images with step by step, of how to setup the permissions. I hope this helps, hope you guy's don't cringe too hard on my bad choice of names for my rigs. Once you've set those up, make sure to login with the correct credentials, and with an account that is not logged in on the computer sharing the files. If the "main" account is not logged in, which is probably the same account you're using on the other computer, you still can't use this to login either. Gives that nasty message saying you have no file access for whatever reason. Bonus: Do you see the "Manage" button on the file explorer? Click it and go into "Shared Folders" and have a look at all the useful information available, such as who are connected, which folders/drives are open, what is being shared, how long clients have been connected and you can also disconnect clients here. Quite useful in the long run Have fun