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Crazy… Windows advances in some aspects with each iteration of the OS, but it always seems to make some things so much harder than they were before… no? I don´t see any folder. This should be added to the tut stat! Then click on View or print the HomeGroup password. http://splashwebservices.com/win-7/win-7-64bit-crashes-with-more-than-2gb-ram.php

December 19, 2009 Carmine D'Ambrosio When I get to the step in this article of going to Devices and Printers and double clicking the printer icon, I do not get the Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. domain settings. Contact your network administrator to request access." Any ideas on the fix or is XP home a lost cause?? http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/82165-win-7-professional-64bit-client-laptop-unable-join.html

However, this old computer won't change it's settings in the homegroup page, where you can check documents, music, printer, etc. The remote computer isn’t responding to connections on port 445, possibly due to firewall or security policy settings, or because it might be temporarily unavailable. Turn on Network Discovery Make sure that Network Discovery is enabled on your Windows 7 PC.

October 26, 2009 ssss Thanks, dude! Any advice would be greatly appreciated. my printer sharing is on win2k .. Double click on the Share folder to find a list of shared folders in the Public folder on Windows 7.  If you have password protection enabled you will need to type

Do tenured faculty get to micromanage clinical professors and other non-tenured instructors with respect to the classroom? I can connect to other remote computers with my desktop. I created a String word with that name, and set it to 0 (haven't tried since). http://newwikipost.org/topic/t2ZHSRgCQkPNnY066rtN8kNBjIrGkC82/Win-7-Professional-64bit-client-laptop-unable-to-join.html W7 is far more fussy than it needs to be in insisting on password protected User Accounts so do you have those on both systems?

The one that is wired connected no problem. December 12, 2009 Tim Trine: These instructions did not help me, either-but I did find a fix. These services should be up and run to give access remote desktop connection and users.  If you can't Connect Remote Desktop to Windows 7, then you must check theses services also.Go Your solution worked on one of my computers, but not the other.

got yhem all sharing the one printer, which is really useful when the XP machines belong to high school students - thanks because I couldn't get the network to work following If I connect the laptop with a cable, I can join the desktop's home group network "Network" no problem. How can I kill all references to that machine and create a new homegroup? Also, when W7 was set up the first time, it gave you a password for networking related matters.

that should hook you up June 1, 2009 Wayne This is an excellent tutorial! Many people say to just turn off IPv6 but that is not a solution. Moreover I can access internet through router without any issues… so connectivity to router is not blocked by firewall.. January 5, 2010 Ken S McAfee Total Protection Service has a Firewall Connection Type option page.

Please enter a title. It wants me to setup a Homegroup. The first half the tutorial worked but still could not see laptops. Source Gee… nano856 says: 6 years ago FYI in comment earlier: I left out the fact that ALL 6 computers are running Windows 7.

But I don't know what the problem is. Sandpit70 says: 6 years ago I have a desktop and netbook, both with Windows7. Any help would be appreciated.

I have set up a homegroup on my desktop but cannot join my netbook.

Some factors that may have an impact on this: 1. the xp machine finds the ip 5000 printer share from win 7 machine everything is ok until i try to install the win xp drivers on the xp machine the error I have 2 Win7 Pro 64-bit systems, the ThinkPad and an HP Pavilion desktop. Browse other questions tagged windows-server-2003 active-directory windows-7 or ask your own question.

Helpfull and a delight to follow through! When I try to access this PC through an XP PC y asks me to input Username and password though I've disabled password proteccion on my Win7 PC. It works just fine. have a peek here Please explain.

However, whenever I try to open the library folders on any of the computers to view the available files therein, I just get a ‘beep' in response, and the folders won't December 31, 2009 DynoDave You ‘da man Geekster. It's a self-executing zip file that will open three folders for the versions of Windows. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site.

That did it for me. If it’s not set to Home network, you can change it by clicking on the link and choosing the new network location. How/where do you put the whole name? –Vinko Vrsalovic May 26 '10 at 12:39 1 Weird, but nothing really to lose...what happens if you boot it up while on the I had to run the Set up Network wizard on the XP Machine before it would recognise the 7 machine.

May 20, 2009 James hello … on the windows7 machine I can see the Xp machine but when I try to connect I get an error message … "Windows cannot access My solution: stop sharing the DRIVE and only share FOLDERS. Why would any interstellar starship still bother with streamline body design? I have checked all the settings, etc, per your article.

I can generate passwords on each computer, but it never asks to join a homegroup. What a waste of time, as usual. PC connected directly.. Up until today I had no access to the Win 7 computer from the XP computer.

May 20, 2009 dinesh Hard work Geek.