I have three laptops all running windows 7 Ultimate. I have a PC and a laptop, both running windows 7. Will try the June 16 restore point one more time. I have run the gammet of possibilities…..clock synchro, ipv6, homegroup settings, left the group, made a new group. my review here
Now the laptop does not even 'see' the other computers on the network. however ur article says I should be able to change the wired connection …. those machines work fine in the workgroup. I am able to see that there is a Homegroup available and the HG window even tells me which laptop created it.
Microsoft MVP - Windows Desktop Experience 12-26-2007, 01:49 PM #3 fireguy60 Registered Member Join Date: Dec 2007 Posts: 3 OS: xp Here you go, thanks for the help. Finally back to the June 16, restore point and Voila! Solved: Unable to change the workgroup name (Win XP) Discussion in 'Networking' started by EvilSoldier, Apr 22, 2006.
I would think it would have to be if the computer in question shows up on the other network computers.I also forgot to mention, when opening up My Network Places on Again, I have no difficulties creating or seeing the members of the HomeGroup, I just can't get access to any files. When I rebooted, my domain was back and my passwords worked again. Windows Xp Join Windows 10 Homegroup Where do you go to know if it installed or not ?
Disconnect from the domain again, for good. Join A Workgroup Windows 10 Start / Setting / Control Panel / System or Right Click on "my computer" / Properties Then I go in Computer's name. Michelle says: 5 years ago I have a problem similiar to many others, at my office we have 2 laptops running Windows 7 Premium, and my desktop running Windows 7 Premium i have 2 computer both win7 now the new computer can see the old one but i can't get it to work on the old one.
Both are less than a year old. How To Create Homegroup In Windows Xp whats going on! So, i created a new homegroup on the 2nd pc, but then , i couldn't even connect to the homegroup from the 1st pc, i says "Windows can't connect to the Why woulld that be so if there is no such HomeGroup anymore?
I had the same problem and did everything suggested to no avail. In the new popup window click on Networks. How To Join A Workgroup In Windows 7 Thanks, and have a great weekend:) Patrick. Join A Workgroup Windows Xp Start, Run, CMD to open a command prompt: Reset TCP/IP stack to installation defaults.
In the next window choose "Work network" that will switch you from a homegroup to a workgroup so your two computers can talk to each other. this page Thanks again for the suggestions! Thanks guys Helpful +1 Report mammoud May 19, 2010 10:04PM FOR ALL OF THE ABOVE PEOPLE where it didn't work even though all suggestions were followed, here's why: Your routers needs One for All, and All for One The female equivalent of "don't break my balls" Word for fake religious people The Baum-Sweet Sequence Will C++17 support the simpler Range-based For Loop? Windows Xp Workgroup Is Not Accessible
Laptop could share files and print to printers. I also just installed a Windows 7 computer and with one tweak to the Windows 7 registry, I was able to get it to be accessed on the Workgroup. When I set up the computer I attached the router to the new computer. get redirected here thinkbigJun 9, 2010, 9:47 AM Thanks for the responses.
i have windows7 home premium. How To Set Up A Workgroup Windows 10 What solved the problem for me was this great advice from hvitie as I also use F-Secure Internet Security (2011): hvitie Said, January 26th, 2010 @12:09 pm I use F-Secure Internet Yet, I had no luck.
You should be able to change your Workgroup name now. Perhaps I should mention that I have not used the key to register it yet as I wanted to make sure that it worked. I could create HomeGroups on both boxes but neither box could see the other so neither was allowed to join the HomeGroup. Join A Windows Xp Computer To A Windows 10 Homegroup Is the firewall enabled or disabled?
I have ensured that 1) all three machines are connecting to the same network 2) the Win7 machine is using a work network The result: 1) both machines running XP see I've been trying to network 2 computers via a cross over cable. Just as with xp and vista, networking is hit and miss, and you have to mess around with all your settings on your control panel for hours, just to be able useful reference Join our site today to ask your question.
Since it's not normal to have any registry settings in there by default, what were the values 0 or 1 Bob Cerelli, Apr 24, 2006 #8 dquigley Joined: Apr 17, BigManJediKnight says: 7 years ago I have tried all that i could to get my home group to work and it won't. I've got my Homegroup set up, but I don't understand how to set permission folders/libraries. I am sharing the whole library, I have refreshed.
Thanks. Any relatively new router will support it, so unless you have a really old router, you should be ok. same router.. This worked perfectly.