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Monday, August 13, 2007 2:35 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I followed all the steps in the checklist  and still had a variant of this problem viz They are both under workgroup called workgroup and IP and DNS are set to auto. Instead of selecting from the drop down list I selected "have disc" and actually loaded the HP drivers by putting in the cd that came with the printer. Probably doesn't make a I had done some of it, but hadnt thought of the Norton stealth additional settings. http://bovbjerg.net/windows-xp/vista-computer-cannot-see-xp-computer-on-network.php

After changing it to 0, the Vista was able to access the XP instantly.  I was like a magic for that moment. if I find it I will post it here Helpful +0 Report Linuxluver Dec 30, 2008 03:39PM I have also had trouble with Windows Vista pretending it is the only PC Configuring this beast of an app required a lot of trial, error and googling the Symantec site and others. 2) Ensure sharing is enabled on all machines. This finally did the trick for my network.

Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows Xp

mumford68 says: 5 years ago I'm afraid I am having the same issue. This clear the ip cache etc. Open ports on your router Another source of headaches could be the firewall on your router. click Ok g.

Thursday, May 31, 2007 3:28 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi redondo77...   I did that, the value is set correctly on the xp machine.  I also 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. Shortcuts 2600+ Routers 65535 Ports FAQs Glossary SG Broadband Tools SG IP Locator SG Network Tools SG Security Scan SG Speed Test TCP/IP Analyzer TCP/IP Optimizer Home » Faq » Windows Microsoft Tcp/ip Version 6 Protocol If you have a Nodetype key change it as well. (the DhcpNodeType key overrides the NodeType) It is most likely set to 2. 1 = Broadcast (checks cache then local broadcast)

Tuesday, August 26, 2008 8:00 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi there!There are on the Internet 100000000 people who have been experiencing ptoblem in networking Vista and I have one computer on my network that is unable to browse any other hosts in the workgroup. Click on Create a new port. Maybe because I also did many of the other potential fixes here and elsewhere, it was a combination.

How many network administrators there are supposed to be inb the world? Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 7 Get downloadable ebooks for free! I have many PCs ranging from XP to 7 and my main system is Vista 64 bit. Thanks!

  • I had this problem after trying to configure my laptop on another network so I was convinced it was something I had done to the setup but it was the setup
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  • However I have one computer running NT 4.0.
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  • Please Help Reply With Quote 26th January 2010,16:56 #2 roraniel Gold Member Join Date Oct 2008 Location Pinehurst, NC Posts 860 What AV are you using?
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  • I am running xp sp3 on both machines, a laptop and a PC.
  • Still not quite sure why it "forgot" them after a routine Windows update although I could ping them via their IP addresses, etc.

Workgroup Is Not Accessible Windows Xp

Report babznme- Mar 29, 2009 05:23PM Just me with an update, see my thread below for the answer. If anyone can figure that one out I'd be grateful.... Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows Xp There is nothing but a blank dialog. Windows Xp Network Discovery I can ping the others I am on a dsl router all firewalls turned off.

If you have a newer router, some of them automatically enable their own firewalls! news Username & PW is the same on all machines. pinging not worked (request time out). Do you have any advice? Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows 7

Now, my AMD 64-bit and my laptop can see each other, but, they can not see the Dual Core. I think it is the same problem as David two posts above mine. Helpful +1 Report nyi nyi Oct 13, 2009 08:40PM friends you might want to check out these pages to fix such problems that help http://helpdeskgeek.com/... have a peek at these guys Thursday, August 30, 2007 10:00 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks very much, all you people...

I have 4 PCs on a small network - 3 run XP and 1 runs Vista Home Premium. How To View Workgroup Computers In Windows Xp You must change every permission to everyone manyally for everything you wish to share. Sunday, June 10, 2007 7:11 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote DAK Engineering ...

I can see the desktop from Vista if I go to "View Full Map" but nothing more.  Am I missing something?Brian Sunday, July 22, 2007 3:38 PM Reply | Quote 0

I got fed up with it when I bought a "storage router" that allows me to share USB drives and printers on the network without a PC hosting them. All of them are connect in one network. Find the "unwrapped size" of a list GO OUT AND VOTE What episode of Star Trek is this creature on? How To Install Ipv6 In Windows Xp May 30, 2011 Steve R.

When I go back, it is off again. I couldn't for the life of me figure out why after setting up file sharing on both my desktop and laptop, both of which are Vista, I could only get my It is important to me to be able to use this network. check my blog 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.

Type in the \\computer name\printer name .special credit to Melonhead on his posting on microsoft."   The key here is "add a local printer", not "add a network printer", which I but that is one of the mysteries of Windows. Under Vista, by default any network you connect to is considered a public (insecure) network. I didn't even have to reboot my XP laptop, I put it to sleep when the battery was low and when I woke it up it knew where are the other

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