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john says: 5 years ago Hi - This is the same issue I am having - the response would help me a lot thanks george says: 5 years ago Asseem, I Some factors that may have an impact on this: 1. What is interesting, and what completely threw me off the "scent" of looking at the physical hardware was how the problem manifests itself in Windows 7. Here's a picture of the "Network And Sharing Centre" (grabbed when everything was working!) As you can see, I'm running Sun's VirtualBox on this machine and that creates a network connection check over here

Went wireless with the 3 pc's and put the printer on the ethernet port of the router. 2/3 pc work well, but one of the pc's is accessing the data slowly Then, click the Troubleshooting search result. You do not have permission to access laptopc. The only thing that restores it is reboot so far... –Zoran Jan 25 '10 at 4:36 add a comment| 13 Answers 13 active oldest votes up vote 22 down vote accepted

Thanks. ^^ wjod says: 6 years ago I have a laptop and a desktop both connected wirelessly via a Thomson TG782T modem/router. EDIT 2 (1 Feb 2010): In my quest to solve this problem, I have discovered some more interesting information. Homegroup seems to work with the two laptops; I can access and modify files. I can't say which option will work better, because it depends on your physical network setup (network adapter, cable type, LAN speed and network switch).

  • If so what did you do?
  • Network & Sharing Unidentified Network windows 7 ultimate x64I had a network problem with my pc..
  • When starting with the laptop and trying to join the homegroup from the desktop, the same problem is encountered.
  • Why does this happen in the first place, though?
  • When I try to install it to my new pc, It tells me that it found not find the REALTEK network controller and cannot install the driver.
  • It's saying "unidentified network" and below that it says "work network." I haven't been able to change that to any thing else.
  • I had to change some of the services to "on" and automatic and then I restarted my computer.
  • Can someone please help?
  • To display the troubleshooting wizards you are interested in, click or tap Network and Internet .
  • Dirtnapper says: 6 years ago I just migrated to Win7x64 and I am using ZASS.

I use usb wimax dongle for connecting to internet on desktop which is running windows 7 ultimate. Everything was working fine & then just stopped working. I am using a static ip on the desktop and the laptop. the old computer is using htc tethering to push internet thru Belkin router thru a bridged network on the old computer.

I am able to see that there is a Homegroup available and the HG window even tells me which laptop created it. I feel this is where the problem is, but need some help to fix it. Remove IPv6 in Windows Vista4) Clear DNS CacheYou can remove any DNS cache from computer, so next time DNS request will be solved by updated DNS server. When both are wired it works with no problem but once I go wireless my computer can't find the homegroup.

I tried lot of "solutions" from answers of this question, and nothing worked. ungsbungs says: 7 years ago For those who have a wired PC + wireless laptop and getting different networks. Mark Pat says: 5 years ago What the f**k is this? I went to the ASUS website, found my motherboard (ASUS M5A97 R2.0) went to support, then downloaded the LAN driver.

Works with Vista Workgroup, too: f-secure.com/en/web/home_global/support/article/kba/15216/s/is.1322/k/homegroup/p/1 Leonk10 says: 6 years ago I have a Netgear WNDR3700 with a hard wired PC and wirelessly connected laptop. aRkker View Public Profile Find More Posts by aRkker 15 Oct 2009 #4 aRkker Windows 7 Ultimate x64 5 posts To make this all even more confusing, my I have tried with windows firewall and AVG free both disabled. tampasam says: 6 years ago I went through the entire check list but failed when I got to the 'Services' check.

Looking at the network map, both computers are there. http://runswithpixels.com/windows-7/windows-7-ultimate-final-rtm-32-bit-bsod.html I am at a loss trying to get homegroup to work. Anyone have any idea's??? I just bought a new laptop running Windows 7 Home 64 bit.

That can lead to a duplex mismatch which will lead to collisions and ultimately a slower connection. Windows 7 computers will be slow in accessing shares on old MS Windows servers and non MS Operating systems including Sun and Linux. Even when they cannot help fix the problems we encounter, they provide information that is valuable to the technical support staff that can fix things for us. this content It doesnt matter if I view/sort by artist, album, etc.

MikeYeager says: 7 years ago I'm in the same boat. I am running both the laptop and my PC on Windows 7 professional. hanan88 says: 5 years ago ive already connected my pc to another pc's thats run win7 and share files and printer over them ..but when i restart one of them …homegroup

I've disabled all of the adapters (Hamachi LogMeIn and Virtualbox/VMWare virtual adapters) on both computers.

Make sure the value is set to 0. EONS faster (well, i'd say 10x at least actually)… and I'm a networking guy (I thought it was me…). In Windows 7, type the word troubleshooting in the Start Menu search box. same router..

The only occasion where it would not is if you are in a domain, then the clocks should be synchronized to the domain controller. Many people say to just turn off IPv6 but that is not a solution. is there an updated driver from the chipset manufacturer? http://runswithpixels.com/windows-7/windows-7-ultimate-x64-bsod-code-124.html I tried what you suggested & rebooted but it did not work. –A302 Jan 26 '10 at 4:27 What did you set the service to? –John T Jan 26

Then I tried the LAN cable. Perhaps they are referring to "stale information"? In this tutorial, we will explain what color profiles are, why they matter and how to install them on any computer with Windows. wes says: 5 years ago after all this I still get the error that windows cannot set up a homegroup on this computer, 2 win 7, 1 win xp x64 that

Fine. I have a lan connected pc and laptop via router… kirby says: 5 years ago i have a question about this setting up home-group.