I've had a mixed Windows 7 + XP network running perfectly for months, then suddenly on Friday the whole thing falls apart. I found that either local network or trusted network are acceptable. I think the folder the note meant was KEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\Current Control Set\Control\LSA, but I don't have an LMCompatibility key in either folder. I have tried all the steps above - the homegroup did work before I reinstalled Windows. http://ibuildsystem.com/windows-10/vista-cannot-connect-to-shared-printer-xp.php
Any ideas? Any troubleshooting tips would be welcome! I tried all of the above and still the same problem. Lara Palms says: 5 years ago Even with all the troubleshooting, I am still unable to access a homegroup of my daughters.
QBConsultant says: 5 years ago That one suggestion of changing the registry to enable to IPv6 fixed my problem after hours of trying to find out what has been blocking my We have super fast hardware and super bad software. So the only commonality between the problem is windows 7. The other laptop is Win7 Ultimate 64.
damn u windows 7!!!! any help would be great !!!!! Hi all. Can't Join Homegroup Windows 10 I shared my drives, made sure they are on the same workgroup but still can not see them on my wireless network.
No computer is visible to the other as homegroup members. Connect Vista To Windows 10 Homegroup hardware or settings. I have managed to stream/share media across both my homegroup and outside the network. Microsoft help is non-existent.
Any suggestions? Homegroup Not Working Windows 10 I have seen and tried every suggestion I have found, to no avail. Share files, printer, everything's cool. The permission and security settings in windows7 is totally confusing.
I have been working with computers for years, going all the way back to DOS, Windows for Workgroups, Novel Netware, etc, and I've never had something just plain "not work" like They can see each other on the network map, but I can't get the join homegroup button to show up on laptop. Homegroup Vista Now, click the Create Password button. Homegroup Vista And Windows 10 I have a few more things to try and, if they don't work I'll start a new thread.
ouser says: 7 years ago I tried EVERYTHING…. http://ibuildsystem.com/windows-10/vista-cannot-connect-to-xp-network-printer.php Looking at the network map, both computers are there. Can you tweak you're way around that one? Why has network discovery always taken so long? This Computer Can't Connect To A Homegroup Windows 7
Through different configurations of trying I am back now to the exclamation saying no internet access even though I am sending it from this. If you want to share between Windows 7 and XP make sure to check out our previous article-Share Files and Printers between Windows 7 and XP. However in Windows XP or earlier OS, the admin share is by default enabled.If you have shared a folder in Windows 8 (or any Windows Vista or above OS) and have http://ibuildsystem.com/windows-10/vista-cannot-connect-to-xp-network-printers.php They would intermittently communicate and then not be able to see one another.
The two computers are brand new Windows 7 HP Laptops, set up on a DLink wireless router, through the router configured as an ‘Access Point.' Brian says: 5 years ago I'm Can't Connect To Homegroup Windows 10 June 28, 2011 Kent B I have figured out my own problem…. I turned password off.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!!!!!!!!!!! One computer can see the libraries, but cannot open them. When both are wired it works with no problem but once I go wireless my computer can't find the homegroup. Homegroup Problems Windows 10 Changed to home/work under customize and it works now October 4, 2011 John Only need to share a Printer with others, not all my private documents.
cbmonteith says: 6 years ago I have tried everything you suggest above to connect to HG. It isn't case sensitive, is it? You must change every permission to everyone manyally for everything you wish to share. http://ibuildsystem.com/windows-10/vista-cannot-connect-xp-network-printer.php PLEASE PLEASE hit me up jibbsisme says: 5 years ago I can confirm that rebooting the router is very, very good advice!!!