I updated my driver for the Ethernet, still won't work. So, on the one hand the network? If so, let's move on the next steps. I checked the password carefully for errors, but subsequent tries still resulted in the same error message. Here, you will see a folder named MachineKeys. Let us know in the comments below. You should be able to see both machines on the network and share files regardless if you created a network or joined. You can't have two computers on the network with the same name.
The Linksys typically has a button for that function. I tried using the Microsoft Fix-It tool and it could not find a problem, i then tried to start Peer Networking Grouping in Services, when I did that I got a Error 1079. I reversed the process, i. The Peer Networking Identity Manager service is stopping. My computer, with the Biostar motherboard lol , is wired to the router. If you are joining a Homegroup created on another computer, you will need to obtain the password from the administrator of that computer.
Internet Explorer, since version 7 also have major problems. I tried to follow these steps, but I do not have the option that appears in step 1. This would seem to be the easiest way to network two computers, but apparently, as it is in most computer related situations, things are never as simple as they seem. All computers have Windows 7 64bit and synched clocks. For anyone else having this problem: 1. Thank you for your prompt reply.
But then when I tried to access the HomeGroup the 2 computers stopped seeing each other again via the HomeGroup. For example, for the Windows Firewall service, follow the steps: 1. Hi, Here are some suggestions you can try: 1. Select Safe Mode with Networking and press Enter. If you sign-in with the same user account on another computer, you will have access to all files regardless of what you chose to share.
In the same Network and Sharing Center window click on Change adapter settings. I believe this computer has some serious hardware problems to do with a faulty motherboard. Or, alternatively, if you could send one bullet to. It's a goofy system, but it's supposed to work by giving that key to the other pc and they can join in theory anyways. On the Windows 7 home machine go to start and type services. Turned it on, and it set up everything without asking more than where I lived.
Opening a network resource would ask for the user's account info name and password but if the HomeGroup is active and the password has been entered, then no user info will be required. All are connected to a Home network. In addition, you can configure which devices are allowed to play remote content. The only way I can get Homegroup to recognize the other computers is to leave the Homegroup and create a new Homegroup. You can reach services by going to start type services. HomeGroup is a network sharing feature that has been part of Windows for a long time, and it's also part of. I leave it up to the experts to tell me why this worked.
Logon to your computer using an account with Administrator privileges. Depending on your connection, check Wi-Fi or Ethernet. Reason being, it helps blow away corrupt registry problems that just can't be fixed otherwise. Just follow the hereinafter mentioned steps. The problem exists in both directions. I am wondering how many people that have the problem of their computers not seeing one another have a desktop directly connected to their router and a laptop that connects wirelessly. Now that you joined on the laptop it could of resolved the issue on the W7 ultimate.
My desktop is directly connected to my router. So I recently installed Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bits on my computer. I drawing to the conclusion a reload will be needed but I'll wait and see that you think. Thus, you have created a new folder MachineKeys here. Make sure they all have an internet connection and make sure at least one is a wired connection. Make sure all computers have the same workgroup name.
It is not expanded when opening favorites. Obviously this was a blatant lie. Guest Author: Curtis 20 Dec 2015 Is there any way to delete an existing HomeGroup? My next computers will be Apple or Linux. Then, please create a new HomeGroup and join it on another machine. If you joined or created a workgroup on each pc you should leave them.