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After clean install Windows 7 RC1 build 7100 - Network Discovery didn't work, but Net access is normal. (Home LAN have 4 mashines (Workstations), 1 fileserver (simply PC), and one PC To resolve this issue, follow these steps: Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK. Back to top #3 ZigzagLampy ZigzagLampy Topic Starter Members 3 posts OFFLINE Local time:01:48 AM Posted 19 November 2010 - 04:48 AM Yes it is a home network: network discovery Everything in on Windows 10.
Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 7
This is straightforward and explained well on Windows. Not the answer you're looking for? Right click my computer and go to properties (or System from control panel) Click change settings on the lower right.
I created another user called access on both computers, and the user has the permission to access the folder. The problem is that the Windows 7 system seems to occasionally lose the XP systems and I have to force it to rediscover them again by repeating this process of leaving chev65 View Public Profile Find More Posts by chev65 02 Jan 2011 #4 stevesharpe Windows 7 Ultimate x64 2 posts Thanks for posting those links. Why Can't I See Other Computers On My Network Windows 10 It could very well be Windows trying to protect you.
When I do the same in e.g. Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 10 sorry for my lengthy tutorial.. Also I shut off the IPv6 as someone suggested under adapter and I also put in the computer name again under computer description as described above. I removed the "everyone" permission and added my current user name to the permissions list.
Interestingly, i was able to browse to them. Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 8 we are on a domain network of 20 PC and server we can't see each others but we can access by writing the IP any help? Maybe some folks need better reading skills. I disabled Homegroup since I am most comfortable...
Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 10
I have gone into advanced sharing for the drive and enabled sharing. Bizarre. Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 7 Wednesday, November 10, 2010 3:22 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Rant for the day: Why has the ease of networking in Win NT 4.0 been replaced by Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows 7 As it turns out, the machine was working fine.
Yesterday, for some reason*, the Vista and Win7 computers didn't show all the other computers and devices.The other devices could be accessed via a \\computername. useful reference Thursday, June 24, 2010 12:14 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote The WIFI network was working fine. I also should not need to have my XP and 7 windows have the same user name password. add a user: Everyone if not already existed then set permission to Full for now. Can't See Computer On Network Windows 10
Windows XP was a breeze. Sheesh this is flakey code. As for myself I think now Window has it right with this networking matter. my review here I have home network on my pc - which 4 other home computers/laptops can join.
Type in "HOME" for all of them (for now). Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows Xp Unfortunately, some things that are easy to find or to do (probably due to years of experience) in Windows 7 and 8/8.1 are not easy to find, assuming they exist at Thursday, May 21, 2009 7:35 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I don't know if this will help.
Well, I don't.
This found my Windows 7 machine and when I dragged some music files into my user name shared file It brought up all my network pc's and I was able to by default ur computer will be member of work group with a preset profile naming "WORKGROUP" Step #5: rename tht profile name from workgroup to something like shareme and hit I can now see the XP Pro computers, and can transfer files the Windows7 computer to the XPs. Cannot See All Computers On Network Windows 10 Try to access it both locally and from the other computer. –mnmnc Oct 3 '12 at 10:52 You can also check by using the command nbtstat -A 192.168.0.1 where
It gets you to make things work, in the wrong way - which is unfortunately what MS presumably wanted to get away from. I using Windows 7, Windows XP and Dlink DIR-300 for create home network. Use static IPs on all workstations. get redirected here A little Console dedicated to managing file access privileges would be welcomed.
I was having the same issue, but simply signing on with my password vs. Possible or not?