i did everything as u said , in windows seven installed system everything works perfect i,e. The Win 7 was running over wireless, as was all the other ones, and could get onto the internet, just no networking. The other computers on my network can still see my laptop and I can access the Internet from my laptop. Is there reason not to use this option on a home network? http://mixtecadigital.com/network-windows/unable-to-see-workgroup-computers-windows-7.html
If you have a newer router, some of them automatically enable their own firewalls! February 1, 2012 4:50 PM Thanks Leo. now back to see why Zone Alarm is restricting access to the 'puters on the net. *serenity now* *serenity now!* Wednesday, January 27, 2010 5:45 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign In the command prompt, type in ping x.x.x.x or ping computername.
by Leo A. I really don't know which step fixed the issue and I don't know if it will stay working, so for those who stumble into this thread with the same issues unfortunately My situation was I trying to fix two xp computers so they could see eachother on a home network. The folder shows up fine on Win 7 and I can ping machines back and forth.
I enjoy this feature. So this maybe a simple lack of knowledge for me on Win7, so I'll ask specific questions related to making Windows 7 properly access Windows XP shares (share/permissions are set, workgroups I can now see all the computers on my network. Why Can't I See Other Computers On My Network Windows 10 I was able to ping all of the computers.
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 10 Your answer is useless as stated Monday, June 21, 2010 4:30 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote I suggest that you should joined in a workgroup for you Unfortunately it only lasted until I shut down Windows 7 but it did allow me to transfer the files I wanted and I was able to recreate the connection a second Trying the same thing on my computer by typing in the other computer name does find his computer.
As I restarted the workgroup members, they became visible to the new pc, and they to it. Cannot See Network Computers Windows 10 I've tried everything I can think of to fix this problem short of sacrificing a virgin and other esoteric troubleshooting techniques. I am able to Ping from A to B and B to A but I can still not access either from either PC. Decided to go wireless.
Unfortunately it only lasted until I shut down Windows 7 but it did allow me to transfer the files I wanted and I was able to recreate the connection a second Duplicate IPs will prevent you from accessing it. Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 7 Thursday, May 21, 2009 7:35 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I don't know if this will help. Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows 7 The workgroups are the same.
I've tried the suggestions of renaming then renaming it back again, adding a discription of the computer, stopping homegroup services from running, turning off the internet prodical 6, etc and none check over here So I use advanced sharing in Windows XP and I am sharing one folder. I followed your tutorial but I still cannot see the other PC. Thanks, IncurableGeek (@yahoo.com) Agreed. Can't See Computer On Network Windows 10
Not the answer you're looking for? With that as an assumption, Windows then opens up to allow several services through the firewall - including remote desktop and file sharing. (To be honest, I'm not sure the nuances Friday, January 07, 2011 12:48 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Well I have the same problem of losing access to the computers on my lan ina workgroup http://mixtecadigital.com/network-windows/unable-to-see-computers-in-workgroup.html View this "Best Answer" in the replies below » 18 Replies Thai Pepper OP RME88 Dec 18, 2012 at 7:06 UTC Are you able to ping any of
Please can you guide me in the right direction? Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 8 Enable network discovery The new pc must have a description as well as a name. I have a few instances where this has changed due to Users taking the laptop home and changing the network location when they connect to their home wireless network etc.
Finally feeling like nothing else was going to work I completely reset the firewall on both computers and, at least at the moment, they can see each other and transfer files I also just added a computer description, clicked okay, now I can browse by computer name. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/304040 As for getting your XP machines to show up on the network map of the Win7 machine, the tutorial below is helpful for that. Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows Xp But then I saw network discovery is off...
I was not able to locate my network printer though. I am in the same boat Thanks Monday, June 21, 2010 4:28 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Naddy, You are probably right, but if it is a i tested using windows 7 and dlink wifi router! weblink Why can't I see anything in network places?
Update the network card drivers to their latest versions. 4. I am not using Homegroups. I can even map workgroup shares as network drives that way.Inevitably the other workgroup computers still can't see the windows 7 shared folders. (they can see there is a computer of it will prompt: Computer name: xxxxxxxx member of radio button : Domain radio button: Workgroup: (you click the radio button on workgroup then input the name of the workgroup, if done
B shows up in B’s Network Places but A does not show up in either PC. Calder Munroe says: 5 years ago There is a Microsoft fix it tool to fix this issue Go to this website to run it. File and Printer Sharing is turned off If File and Printer Sharing is not turned on, you will never see another computer across the network. The Troubleshooter say that "Your broadband modem is experiencing connectivity issues" and "The network gateway is accessible, but Windows couldn’t receive network traffic from the Internet." What a ____ i need
It gets you to make things work, in the wrong way - which is unfortunately what MS presumably wanted to get away from. START>Right Click on COMPUTER and select Properties.