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I am trying to connect wired and wireless. It should automatically connect (at the very least) windows 7 computer to another windows 7 computer. Win7 Home Premium AMD A4-3300 Llano MSI A55M-P33 FM1 Rosewill FBM-02 MicroATX Mini Tower Running latest BIOS and latest drivers downloaded directly from manufacturer's website. I connected my laptop to the ethernet port that this computer uses; no problems with any browser in Ubuntu, Win XP (both modes) and Win 7. have a peek here

I am about to toss this darn thing out in the burning barrel. When I connect laptop with cable, it joined to home group and can browse / change (according to settings) data on other one. If not, Windows 7 cannot communicate with the other computers using HomeGroup. IPv6 Must Be Enabled In order for to use the new Windows 7 HomeGroup feature, you have to make sure that IPv6 is enabled.

cbmonteith says: 6 years ago I have tried everything you suggest above to connect to HG. Paul says: 5 years ago I have the same issue - did you ever fix this? Geoff says: 5 years ago Simple simple point missed from this list which fixed it for me…make sure all your computers have different names, doh.

I have during times had that go away but through so much troubleshooting it keeps coming back. Most of us are aware of this term & need no introduction but i'll put few lines. do we have to block outbount and inbount trojan port connections OR is it enough to block incoming only, and how to do that properly to be safe. Corrine View Public Profile Visit Corrine's homepage!

Surf safely, keep third-party software updated as well as security updates. I was able to get three working (those under the same license) on the homegroup but not the fourth. HomeGroup is a cool feature and worked wonderfully well when all my PCs were all on the Windows 7 RC version and I had no 3rd party internet security. http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r20554289-TWC-All-my-ports-are-stealthed-blocked Now when I try and access a shared folder from the laptop on my PC, it says that the network path is unavailable.

Network sharing and discovery is turned on for all computers, and I can "see" both of my Windows 7 computers when I click on Networking. How can I kill all references to that machine and create a new homegroup? I have tried 2 different routers, same problem. Those microsoft tutorial videos are a [email protected]##[email protected]%!

Do you have a router? http://newwikipost.org/topic/zDjn2scIdeI4qviEYNjDsdiQODGuqsvs/Router-Blocking-ports-only-on-Wi-Fi.html tx Kingtone says: 7 years ago I bought a new router and had to reconfigure my network. The desktop is Win7 Pro 64 as is one of the laptops. If you only use Windows Firewall try disabling it in normal mode then try to access the web. __________________ Virus Help Ubuntu Live CD PC Running Slow?

I use trusted network. http://controlpanelsource.com/vista-ultimate/vista-ultimate-and-flight-sim-x.html My settings being stealthed will show some "listening" but having "listening" is not necessarily mean that I am seen. mdeboard says: 7 years ago I was cruising along with Homegroup until I downloaded AVGFree onto my new Dell desktop. Delete the network bridge, then setup your wireless connection to be shared by right clicking your wireless connection and choosing properties in adapter settings (this will enable the network connection to

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. also there is no way to make brower rule more inportant than packet filter rule cos packet filter has higher priority. You need to have different computer names for homegroup to detect. Check This Out I have tried a number of fixes including those above, factory resetting the router, removing and setting up HomeGroup again (from both terminals), disabling the KIS firewall in both locations.

I'm sure it was a combination of doing everything on this post and then rebooting everything in the world. The problem isn't in the router. Chillout Room Re: Terminal Services not working - Port 3389 not [email protected]@ THANK YOU SO MUCH for your resolution.

leebre says: 7 years ago Problem: I'm unable to join my computers to a homegroup.

OS Vista home premium Reply With Quote How do I unlock a listening port? « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar Threads Thread Forum What are you listening to?I've got But it seems it there is no improvement on my laptops. If the laptop is also blocked then something went very wrong with the modem and cox will have to replace it. 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

Quote: Granted, you could inadvertently download an infected file that has a new variant that has not yet been added to detection and it could "call home" via Port 80. The laptop could see the desktop, but not the other way around. I tried the deleting all within the peerNetworking folder, and checked services, but still no joy. http://controlpanelsource.com/vista-ultimate/vista-ultimate-question.html Why woulld that be so if there is no such HomeGroup anymore?

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