Then, it fails to install the printer. I believe it also might be a problem with AES/TKIP (if you are manually configuring your network in the Manage Networks screen, you should probably choose WPA2/PSK and TKIP not AES my laptop refused to stay connected/or to automaitcally connect. If either one has a homegroup, the other cannot see it. have a peek at these guys
Only computers on the same subnet will be able to connect to the HomeGroup, so if you have a wireless router, it would only be the computers connected to that router. i'm pretty sure it is a software problem w/ my computer, has anyone else had this problem? DragonAkai says: 5 years ago 3 computers all running windows 7. I don't even have to run Kismet to see it.
EdCavaness says: 6 years ago I have three laptops, all with Windows 7 Ultimate. February 4, 2008 Reply Steve @ 8:55 pm I can't get my Windows XP settings for my secure wireless network to work in Windows Vista. Wird geladen... jmflint says: 7 years ago My scenario: Windows 7 on a wired desktop, Windows 7 on a wireless laptop.
Essentially you’ll want to make sure both machines are part of the same workgroup, set up the correct sharing settings, and making sure network discovery is enabled on Windows 7. It was working local until I networked. Sheila88 says: 6 years ago My homegroup has been working fine between two PCs and a laptop, until this weekend when I got a new router. Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together says: 6 years ago My laptop will not connect to the other two computers on my network no matter what we do.
but from the 2nd , i can see the 1st pc in the homegroup window. How To Share Files Between Vista And Windows 10 The service includes support for the following: Desktop and Notebook PCs, Wired and Wireless Routers, Modems, Printers, Scanners, Fax Machines, USB devices and Sound Cards Windows Operating Systems (2000, XP or Share Files and Folders Between Vista and XP Machines Sharing Between Windows 7 with Homegroup If you have one or more Windows 7 machine, sharing files and devices becomes extremely easy their explanation everyone in this LAN use win 7,, this really frustating me for a month lol please answer thanks June 11, 2010 Bev I've been having the same problem.
All on the workgroup. Connect Vista To Windows 10 Homegroup Two methods exist for setting up a wireless connection on Vista. Vista seems to think the wireless network properties (which it sees) are WPA2-PSK, but that isn't selectable either. My computer is connected through the network to access the internet and the printer connected to the base computer.
eBay vs. Dee9283 says: 7 years ago I was able to set up my homegroup without a problem when my husband and I got our computers. How To Share Files Between Windows 7 And Xp Done the Work network change from Homegroup, checked the workgroup name on all machines, made sure network discovery + no passwords + lower security encyption were set correclty, sorted out the How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 The other computers -> one with WindowsXP and two with Ubuntu.
and the network center said the connect saved in your computer for the network does not match to the requirements of network what the heck is that> can u help me More about the author Then I tried running Windows Home Server 2011, on one computer, reinstalled Homegroup on all computers, but couldn't get Homegroup to work very well. This is where my problem gets stranger. That fixed my problem. Network Windows 10 And Vista
Should that be changed to 0? Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions. What is going on? http://cdhca.org/how-to/connect-to-projecter.php Your guide isnt even a good comment stop waisting peoples time with baloney March 31, 2011 Victor O Give your guide to someone, along with a windows xp and 7 and
It's very frustrating. How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan The XP is connected to the VISTA and is able to share documents and read and edit also in each other (That is VISTA is able to see XP and vice My current status is: Home group - both computers can see each other but cannot access any of the shared libraries.
Mr.Green says: 6 years ago I have three computers. Interestingly, I removed my HomeGroup and yet the other PCs indicate that there is still a HomeGroup present and available to be joined with. What to do? Networking Between Xp And 10 Reply bianca @ 9:43 am continuation… when i try to use the diagnose option, i get the answer 'Windows cannot resolve the problem.
My wired desktop Windows 7 can not join a Homegroup, yet I can exchange files with the other computers. Could not find the value….Where could it be? November 10, 2009 Reply Ullis @ 3:28 pm Hello! news Not sure what's wrong.
Right-click on Network and choose Properties. 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 However, the latter does have the #1 in the Value data field of Edit DWORD Value. You do not have permission to access laptopc.
Internet and shared printing works fine, as does either ethernet or wireless. This apparently is not some rare situation, but a common issue that has no real solution. Also though my Wireless switch is on, the WIFI status light isn't. sherry retzlaff says: 5 years ago I have tried everything you suggest above to connect to HG.
August 19, 2011 Reply John @ 8:14 pm Had to reinstall the factory VISTA operating system and now need to get back on a wireless network at home. I then went to WPA personal successfully. When you mouse over the connection, it will display your current connection. tom0063 says: 6 years ago I tried all of the above, none of it worked.
The SSID is being broadcast. They can see each other on the network map, but I can't get the join homegroup button to show up on laptop. I have set up Homegroup on two laptops (win7 x64 Home Premium) and one desktop (win7 x64 Professional).