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Window Media Center Can't Access Network Resources

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I'm having a problem with a small network. I have a linksys router and two computers hooked to it and there is one computer(windows xp pro) that can access all the network resources just fine,but there is this Windows media center pc that is having trouble accessing any network resource.. it gets on the internet just fine. Where should i start?
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Is the 'small network' a workgroup or domain? I ask as Windows MCE cannot participate in a domain as such, though it can access shares or workgroups or in a workgroup fashion.
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It is in a workgroup fashion
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