All, I have two computers, my desktop and my work laptop. I got a Belkin router for Christmas, so I decided to try to hoop the laptop up to it to be able to share files between the two pc's. I was able to use the internet on both PC's, but unable to share files or even connect between the two. Tried pinging the other pc, it would just time out. Stupid me, I figured it might be because my work laptop was tied to the work domain, whereas my home pc is just a member of "workgroup". In a flash of brilliance, I decided to change the network settings on the laptop from being part of a domain to being on a workgroup (titled, oddly enough, "WORKGROUP"). It prompted me to reboot, I did, and now I'm screwed. It looks as though it's disabled my logon for the laptop, it's taken away the dropdown that lets you choose where you want to logon to, and it won't recognize any logon attempts. HELP! Is there any way that I could create an account on the home pc that would allow me to logon to the laptop? I would just call the helpdesk for work but it's a Saturday... and besides the phone number is stored on the laptop, which I can't get to... I thought I was reasonably equipped to handle this, but I was obviously overestimating my abilities.... Any help would be appreciated. Oh, and both systems are running Win2K Pro. -Brett.