How do you share files and other resources on your local network? Thank you Add comment Helpful +0 Report jimtan 8Posts Monday September 27, 2010Registration date October 3, 2010 Last seen Sep 28, 2010 09:02PM Hi, thanks for your message. However, with my router/modem plugged in, all the cables set correctly, and even the wireless connection working flawlessly for two laptops in the same house, there is literally nothing showing up How to remove a PC from your HomeGroup in Windows 10 When you no longer want a computer to be part of the HomeGroup, Microsoft makes it very easy remove a
Get the answer AnonymousJan 21, 2005, 5:18 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.configuration_manage (More info?)Why not install a second NIC?"Malke"
The problem is persist. For next time it would be simplest if you download and store the necessary drivers before you reinstall your operating system. Very fustrating. Click the Join now button.
Once turned on WMI runs. Reinstalled Xp No Internet I tried using the troubleshooter, and that didn't help me, because it kept mentioning ports to check in the device manager that weren't there. Clicking "set up a new internet connection" and going through the options to choose the "always-on broadband" type, it just says "Your connection should already be set up" and leaves me Note: If you're signed into another computer, but you're using your Microsoft Account, then you won't be prompted to enter a password.
I went into Network Connection and click "Create a new connection" and was taken to the "Welcome to the New Connection Wizard". Can anyone help me out? Then click the HARDWARE tab its usually the third. While homegroup is a small lan connection with systems that are in same network. 2 8 months ago Reply jgt1942 Onedrive is great if you have a small amount of data
Open the Start menu, do a search for HomeGroup and press Enter. Will help users leverage the power of home group! 0 8 months ago Reply FarStrider2001 Forgot whs2011 can also be added as well 0 8 months ago Reply icwhatudidthere Re: IPV6, Reinstalled Windows Xp Can't Connect To Internet Thanks Add comment Helpful +0 Report jimtan Jan 25, 2011 02:42AM Thank you very much for your solution but regret that I could not try it out as I had since Windows Xp No Network Connections Copyright © 2002/2003/2004/2005/2006/2007/2008/2009/2010/2011/2012/2013, Jim Foley/The Elder Geek, All Rights Reserved Worldwide Reproduction, in any form, of information on this site is prohibited without express written permission.
Type in services.msc. http://bovbjerg.net/windows-xp/vista-cannot-connect-to-xp-network.php Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top ScottW Posts: 6609 This post has been reported. See this page at HP about your motherboard. Please assist. Windows Xp Ethernet Driver
Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? I'll post back here with the results. :) Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top najkiie Posts: 232 This post has been reported. It's always worked fine with this computer. this page My Netgear has it turned off by default. 0 8 months ago Reply Mestiphal OMG I bet that's it! I had no idea HomeGroups required IPv6, and my HomeGroups always always
Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top ScottW Posts: 6609 This post has been reported. Regards Howard Mar 18, 2007 #12 Gititgirl TS Rookie Topic Starter Well I might be screwed on that one, My bro did have a graphics card in my comp at Can't Dual-Boot.
However, the computer with shared content must be running for you to access its files and resources. Once you've decided what content to share, click Next. After I click finished, there is no icon on the network connection folder nor any icon on the desktop (I have ticked add a shortcut to this connection to my desktop). From WC W10M App on a 950XL 0 8 months ago Reply Mohammed Elgahwagi u should give plex a try no seriously try it out 0 8 months ago Reply Praxius
Similar Topics Re-installed XP, cannot connect to Internet Jan 17, 2010 Reinstalled XP and now I can't connect to Internet Sep 29, 2010 Reformatted comp, loaded Windows XP and now can't Factory reset worked great with internet connection, til the new graphics card was installed. Once in this folder del *.* and del FS. http://bovbjerg.net/windows-xp/vista-cannot-see-xp-computer-on-network.php Well the reference to Topcom TSH-205 set bells ringing in my head.
HomeGroup is still good, it just needs way more simple way to set up yet secure and do similar or even better way of sharing stuff locally. See if na is available... Broadcom netxtreme gigabit ethernet 3. Driver installed.