When you finish the installation, go to your Add or Remove Programs window, you will notice Update for Windows XP (KB922120) has been installed. See the article at: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/913628. May 12, 2010 Cheryl I am so glad I found you. With the Windows 7 Homegroup feature, it’s almost that easy. this content
Step 5 was the most obscure - changing a registry setting in one of my WinXP machines so that my Vista pc could see its shared folders. Windows Networking – I just can't intranet. Hope this helps got me unstuck! Can get them to see each other, much less sharge September 22, 2010 piper No help at all October 1, 2010 bob carl has the closest problem to mine.
I have computer network place and have one computer can not connect to other computer and have no show in the network place, when I connect to sophea-pc can not log Got another 2 laptops working on the same network which can both find each other/xbox but not mine! I followed your list of instructions, but still no luck. fed up.
that create the problems, responsible for the technology that makes these threads possible, where we find the solutions to the problems they created. pls help t34r says: 5 years ago After adjusting all the recommended settings for file sharing. I am able to Ping from A to B and B to A but I can still not access either from either pc. Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows 7 I tried your suggestion but still the same problem.
Once I unchecked that in msconfig, all devices were viewable. Workgroup Is Not Accessible Windows Xp Manju says: 7 years ago I have D-link 300 wireless router, which is connected to two systems without cable….. Go to the Zone tab of Firewall settings in ZoneAlarm free version. The fix was not an easy one.
Bracker says: 7 years ago Ok, I've been pulling my hair out for the past couple of hours trying to get all 6 computers on my network to show in network Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 7 I really appreciate someone taking the time to put in a list of possible issues and how to implement solutions. I have 2 computers, 1 Vista and the other Windows 7. Please help!
Firewalls are off Time is synced to time.windows.com W7 can see the drives/files shared on the XP. I had a Microsoft guy do it for me because I have a copy of 7 that has support 24/7 for life. Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows Xp I'm glad that's over.... Windows Xp Network Discovery Pathetic. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Not really...
It solved the problem in my case. news Wireless Networks and WEP Broadband Routers Wireless Firewalls / VPNs Software Hardware User Reviews Belkin F5D5230 Compex NetPassage 15B D-Link DI-701 Linksys BEFSR41 Router SOHOWARE BroadGuard NBG800 WebRamp 700s ZyXEL Prestige I tried pinging my PC from my laptop and it says that my request timed out. the point of doing that (with the internet connection closed-down, of course) is to see if the problem can be isolated there. Microsoft Tcp/ip Version 6 Protocol
After all of this when I go to one of the XP machines and dispaly the entire network all hte PC's appear including the Vista PC. How To View Workgroup Computers In Windows Xp In Vista, the network is set as private network so it is expected that devices on the network are discoverable. if you run bare (no firewall or other security progs) on WinXP do the results change?
Keep up the good work. The vista machine stays in communication with the other two (one running XP pro SP3 & one running the final version of 2000 pro) but for whatever reason it fails to File sharing is enabled on both machines. How To Install Ipv6 In Windows Xp I hope this helps for you as well… Start Menu -> Computer -> Tools -> Folder Options -> View Tab -> In the Advanced settings box, under Files and Folders, tick
Click Next.A dialogue box will appear asking for you to enter a port name. In Network and Sharing Center it is critical on Vista machine that you have your network configured as Private and that the Sharing and Discovery Settings are set to ON except I can't seem to get that to work at all. http://bovbjerg.net/windows-xp/vista-cannot-see-xp-computer-on-network.php This clear the ip cache etc.
Turn off the firewall on both computers while doing this, it will just make it easier in the long run. Looking forward to your helpo\ Friday, March 09, 2007 4:42 AM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote I have the same problem. geman says: 5 years ago First I don't usually contribute to groups like this out of pure lazyiness. Sunday, September 09, 2007 10:33 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Redondo77 rocks. I thought I was the only person having this problem with my XP desktop
Click OK to close the open windows and, when asked, click the Restart Now button to restart your PC. so much for this forum being a lot of help. I could access my xp computers from window 7 computers but I could not access window 7 from Xp : Hers is the solution I found out: 1. Alternatively, you can change your Windows XP PC's workgroup name to WORKGROUP by following these same five steps, but clicking the Computer Name tag in Step 2.
Otherwise, you had to do the same things I did, its’ not smooth, but it works. browse down to Password Protected sharing - turn it off Now click ok and come out of it Now click on my computer select the drive or folder you want to Maybe they just shouldn't create the problems in the first place. Switch between Static and DHCP IP address Another way to try and solve this issue is to switch the computer over to a static IP address and then switch it back