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VISTA 64 Ultimate - Strange Networking Problems

I've tried all the other things listed on your (very helpful) site, as well as searching through the internet for other suggestions. Uninstalling the device has no effect (the device remains in place). 10 years ago Reply Kevin Same here. Stupidly i also removed the Peer to Peer component. Both are using Comodo Pro Firewall > (free version). http://controlpanelsource.com/vista-64/vista-64-bit-and-4g-of-ram.html

It would be very helfull if you could give me a clear step by step procedure. If you need any further specs my computer is a Compaq SR1430nx. Honda GX390 Need service manual Alfa AWUS051NH doesn't work with... Vista networking & sharing multiple (5) mail boxes - all messages show in all 5 boxesWildblue.net converted email to Gmail - we use thunderbird 2.0 - POP settings seem correct, as

One on a hard wired box, the other was a wireless laptop. He told me that whenever he connected his PC to the home network through a network cable it would hang up. Manually copied the 2 INF files from the utility folder in C:Program FilesMicrosoft Virtual PCUtilityVMNetSrv to c:windowsinf Step2.

My System Specs OS Window 7 x64 CPU I7 930 Motherboard P6X58-Premium Memory 6 gig Corsair Dominator Graphics Card ATI 5800 Sound Card Onboard Monitor(s) Displays 24" Dell IPS PSU Seasonic Locate your network adapter, right click on it and select Properties.You’ll need to approve this action. The bug/problem: If "Desktop Composition" is not enabled in "Visual Effects," the performance of Blender is negatively affected. HomeGroup is enabled and all 3 computers and connect to the desktop and 1 laptop.

I switched the connector cable just to make sure but it still didn't work. OSUDragonMT says: 5 years ago I was having trouble getting my laptop and PC to connect to each other. The first 3 parts of the IP Address should be the same, i.e. 192.168.0.x or 10.0.1.x. http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/295243-strange-network-problem.html This really solved the issue, I can keep working! 3 years ago Reply diant Hi guys!

I am pretty sure that this may affect the versions of Vista in which Aero can be run, but it could very well include all versions. I just dont understand how a router can seem to work perfectly (so far). When I set up the homegroup, it says joined and the other computer says ready to job, but when I enter the password, it just keeps searching then says it encountered Sometimes anti-virus programs also come bundled with firewall software like Norton, McAfee Security and Kaspersky.

When I start VPC, I get a message: "Virtual PC could not open the Virtual Machine Network Services driver. click to read more I have tried to install it several times, and each time it gets all the way through to the very last part of the upgrade, which says "completeing upgrade" or something Adobe says it is not compatible with my system. By my own fault the homegroup was not working.

Then, it fails to install the printer. http://controlpanelsource.com/vista-64/vista-64-bit-question.html My modem was fine, internet appeared to be on and all. I have noticed that my homegroup passwords are different on each of the computer but have not found a spot to change them to the same. MadWin7 says: 7 years ago I am a newbie to networking and I have tried all methods till this works.

Next, I ran a full virus scan with Avira AntiVir and there were no detections. Browser Google Chrome . Both of my computers connect individually and give me their own password, but neither sees the other so I don't get the opportunity to enter the password. Source I took it home and connected it to my network...

The 3rd can open files on the other 2 but the other 2 can't open files on the third even though the files are visible. Even adjusting advanced sharing permission does not solve it, nor does dumping, re-creating, and re-joining the homegroup. JacodaBunz says: 6 years ago Hey there, great post, but I am still having issues and I just don't know what to do anymore.

windows 7 is no improvement at all.

Driving me crazy. (I have checked the IPV6 settings on both, and they're fine.) AOC says: 7 years ago BitDefender Total Security 2010 defaults to disabling Home Network. They both have no problems with internet. Some factors that may have an impact on this: 1. pulsar02 says: 7 years ago I, like everyone else am having trouble connecting my two computers to home network via ethernet cable.

My desktop recognizes the laptop, but the laptop doesn't recognize the homegroup on the desktop. I created a Homegroup, setup the password, both PCs are in the same network (DHCP, and Jim Robillard says: 5 years ago I have three Windows 7 computers. have a peek here If you figure it out let me know!!

In this article, I will try to exhaustively go through all the different reasons why you may not be able to access your HomeGroup.