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Good to hear. I have went through all of the various suggestions without any luck. I cam see all from both sides. Ping statistics for 192.168.0.193: Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 0, Lost = 4 (100% loss), C:\Users\Matthew>ipconfig Windows IP Configuration Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection: Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : vc.shawcable.net news
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I have an XP pro >desktop physically connected to the same router >(ethernet) and it sees itself fine within mshome, >although It can't see the laptop nor ping it. > I I have an XP pro desktop physically connected to the same router (ethernet) and it sees itself fine within mshome, although It can't see the laptop nor ping it. I don't know if that is normal or not. > (considering the setup) If anyone can 'unconfuse' me on > this issue I would be most grateful. Check each of the dependencies and see which one is preventing the service from running.
You can try to duplicate the individual steps using the CMD prompt (run as administrator to be sure). "net view /domain" gives a list of the workgroups on your network "net Give unique computer name to each PC too. The protocol error disappeared as well. great post to read Any help as to how to fix this?
OS Win 10 build 1511 CPU amd Motherboard hp Memory 8 Graphics Card nvidia Reply With Quote New 14 Jan 2016 #105 Railtech View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Your wrote: If you want to check it out, open SERVICES on EACH PC or server on your workgroup or domain, scroll to "Function Discovery Resource Publication", and start it. So if you are still having problems, give this solution a go. Stay logged inLog in with FacebookLog in with TwitterLog in with Google Menu Forums ForumsQuick LinksSearch ForumsHistoryRecent PostsLive StreamUnanswered Threads Media MediaQuick LinksSearch MediaNew Media Resources ResourcesQuick LinksSearch ResourcesMost Active AuthorsLatest
The GPO items are all "not selected". http://ccm.net/forum/affich-499640-win7-and-xp-mshome-network-inquiry I have been fooling with this for several weeks and have come up with a plausible answer. It works, by changing only first and third item. What's New?
Hope they get this worked out soon. Good Luck. However, when I tried to navigate to the second WORKGROUP NAS, which ran under NAS4Free, I got an error saying that the PC did not have the necessary protocol to do This should let your windows 7 computer see all the computers on your home network regaurdless of the operating system.
Details here. > >Windows XP Internet Connection Firewall >http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/xp/ic_firewal l.htm > >Enable NetBIOS Over TCP/IP (NetBT) >http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/troubleshoot/ netbt.htm > >________________ >Eric Cross >Microsoft MVP (Windows Networking) >http://mvp.support.microsoft.com > > >"Wayne B." PC NB still can NOT see itself on the Network explorer but the Windows 7 machines can. OS Windows 10 Reply With Quote New 13 Jan 2016 #103 bearnet View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Join Date : Dec 2015 Posts : 2 windows The Rookie/Wayne B.
When I click on 'view network computers' >I get "mshome is not accessible. I tried most of the solutions suggested in this thread and elsewhere, but nothing seemed to work. I have an XP pro >desktop physically connected to the same router >(ethernet) and it sees itself fine within mshome, >although It can't see the laptop nor ping it. > I
The funny thing is...I am able to see the Windows 7 computer from XP computers just fine and quickly too.
I came across a very handy description here: http://scottiestech.info/2009/02/14/...ows-workgroup/ It also provides a simple tool to help you determine what you have on your network, and which device has the Master Join over 733,556 other people just like you! PC NB has no problems with the Internet or the ISP mail servers. For XP Home, OR for XP Pro with Simple File Sharing enabled, make sure that the Guest account is enabled (thru Local User Manager (Start - Run - "lusrmgr.msc") for XP
The time now is 02:00. Right click the network icon in the task tray and open network sharing to check. #6 oneextraid, Jul 2, 2009 packrfanfw New MemberJoined:Jul 5, 2009Messages:2Likes Received:0 XP can't see w7 computer On the XP machine, it's usually required that you set up a standard User account with the same User name and password that the Windows 8 machine is using in order I have connected the Win 8 pc to the network wirelessly and it browses the internet fine through the network router.
i think my win8 causes problem because all other configs work fine.