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Laptop is running Windows Vista Home P
2 nd Laptop running Win ME
Primary system running Win XP

I'm running Verizon DSL with a Linksys router with built in access point. I can access my 2 nd laptop and primary system from my Vista Laptop. However, it seems to take a while before the other systems are seen no matter how many times I refresh the network. However, this behavior isn't limited to the Vista laptop, it seems all the systems do the same thing. My question is: Is this normal behavior with networks? Once the other systems are seen, I can get to what I need to without any problems.

Also, is there something I can do to make these other systems come up more quickly so I can get to them?

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Basically all I want to know is why it takes so long to view all the systems on my network after I reboot my system? For instance, if this laptop goes to sleep, when I wake it up and it reconnects to the router all I can see in the network is the laptop I'm on. Before all the other systems were there. It seem to take a good 5-6 minutes to be able to bring up the other systems on the network no matter how many times I refresh it.

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