I hope this helps although I apologize for not supplying the exact Windows dialogue boxes. I have 4 XP system 1 pro Dell 2500, 3 media 2005 (Sony, HP a1540n , HP 1000) and they have no problem with the servers including Home-Server or the Windows Apparently this is another change that WET made. Arron KADC says: 6 years ago My laptop (WinXP) has suddenly decided to stop seeing other computers (firewalls disabled) in my network. weblink
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chua says: 7 years ago Hi I still unable to connect to my network. SOPHEA says: 7 years ago Dear, Sir/Madam Could you help me? I have 3 wifi laptops all able to connect to the internet. 1 laptop is windows 8 the other two are windows 7 When i open up my network and sharing
so all computers show on network http://support.microsoft.com/kb/840634 Helpful +0 Report tinytino 12Posts Tuesday September 2, 2008Registration date April 1, 2009 Last seen Oct 15, 2008 08:48AM have you checked that the If you go to Microsoft forum they will have you doing a clean reboot and running all kinds of goofy tests. Rgds Bill Arron401 says: 6 years ago Hi there, I recently set up a network bridge to go on xbox live using my laptop instead of forking out for an adaptor. What is considered good DSL line attenuation ?
How to reply? Any suggestions on how to run down the cause of this would be greatly appreciated. Also I can not see my two (2) Windows 2000 servers and I am not using a domain just a workgroup called Flexomastic. Go to the other PC or PC's - those without the wired printer connection, and from which you want to print remotely - and change the Workgroup name to whatever the
In the example in 1. Check for the registry setting per Step 5 of my prior post. I assume you're not trying to map at the root level and you're trying to map a My Documents folder to your Vista machine.Good luck. Just a nicety, this enables the network map in Vista to show all machines on the network. 5) And the final step: check the registry on your WinXP machine per MS
Then I installed Vista.Both computers are on the same workgroup.
And the feeling of achievement I had was just great because of your help.
I will try the above steps before posting agin and tell u all if that worked for me Thursday, March 15, 2007 2:09 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to
Wednesday, June 27, 2007 4:53 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thank you for taking the time to help everyone out. Your detail explanation and Microsoft's Articles made
To enable File and Printer Sharing, go to the Control Panel, then Network Connections, right-click on Local Area Connection, and choose Properties.
Hm, now what? But for those still struggling I suggest trying the above first, along with basic Network Sharing items that you should with Vista out of the box. Good luck to everyone. above, you would change each PC's Workgroup name to read DADSHOME. About the third line down you will see node type and I would bet it is most like set to peer-peer.
I haven't quite got my network settings correct, but am not sure what is going on. have a peek at these guys changing it to any of the other 3 modes should fix your problem. It is quite different for Vista vs WinXP. What subnet mask are you using for all three devices?
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Monday, December 03, 2007 12:51 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote When I turned on my new Vista machine in my XP home network workgroup, all computers saw Can you also tell me what size was your processor and if that matters. All computers are on workgroup named HOMEGROUP (all caps). How do I get help?
I clicked on the event and at the bottom of the page added the IP address of the remote PC to the trusted list. well I have spent a good 8 hours running from one computer to another - pinging works, sharing works, firewalls are set up properly, on network map (vista) I see other I've seen it cache DNS's, gateways, etc, and then using the cached information on different networks.. this content At the inetnet port: internet ip: 192.168.0.164(my lan ip sheme) default gateway: 192.168.0.1 dns ip: 192.168.0.100(my domainserver ip) At the router: router ip: 192.168.50.1 and dhcp range: 192.168.50.100 to 192.168.50.150 My
That was the ticket. Any advice? Now check and see if you see the computer under Network Places or Network. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Still a no-go by vipworks · 9 years ago In reply to Purpose: isolate whether firewall settings are causing the problem.2.
If your using Live OneCare (for example), you will have to change the firewall settings (under Firewall tab - Firewall connection tool and tick first two boxes). Find the "unwrapped size" of a list I am seen in darkness and in light, What am I? So you have to log into your router and open the ports manually. Also I try the above steps but fail.
IMHO if all computers are on the... It will act as a Wireless Access Point (extending range from the router), replace my wireless card on the Desktop (it'll be hard-wired to the print-server) and allow all of my You can also try disabling the firewall to test whether it’s the router that is causing the problem. What are the best TCP Optimizer settings for gaming ?
above too, anytime you change the Workgroup name you must re-boot that computer for the changed Workgroup name to apply.