My laptop on the other hand can get full access and control to folders shared by my PC. How can I kill all references to that machine and create a new homegroup? Reboot your computer after removing it and see if it works.Pasha11's advice fixed my issue Thursday, December 17, 2009 3:51 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Of all Peter Ilyk says: 5 years ago Steve This is exactly my problem - were you ever able to solve this? Check This Out
Looking at the network map, both computers are there. I have not changed (knowingly) anything on the network, i.e. I have tried this on both laptops. I had to create a new firewall rule according to this guide to be able to use their firewall with homegroup (setting IPv6 filtering to "normal" didn't help alone): http://www.f-secure.com/kb/15216 Mick
homegroup needs IPv6 and workgroup doesn't.
I can ping in either direction.
Now the 2 formerly Win 7 units can see each other but not the formerly Win 8 units and vice versa.
I'd say you have system file corruption problems.
We learned decades ago to not worry about ghosts if the networking is working.However some get OCD about it and they claim it shouldn't be like this.
Temporarily disable Firewall and third party antivirus program on the computer for a test. 2.
It is good to create one though so you generate a key.
When I go in the control panel, to create a homegroup, it asks me what I want to share, then I click on next, and it says it won't create a
anyone have suggestions?
I can connect if my security setting/ WEP is disabled. b. 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. Ipv6 Connectivity No Network Access Windows 10 It 'sees' Laptop 1 in the Network and all the sharing options on each are correctly set, but only prompts to create a new Homegoup.
In "Advanced Settings" I've setall of the settings identically. Ipv6 Relay Error c. I am planning on contacting MS locally by phone, is about my last hope. I finally tumbled to the fact that the retailer (or maybe Win7) had given both boxes the same name, "Owner." Two computers with the same name cannot be in a HomeGroup
Your Network Connection Must Have Ipv6 Enabled Windows 10
Unable to open certain webpages unless IPV6 disabled in Browsers & Mail I have three Windows PCs - 1 Windows 7 Pro laptop, a Windows 7 Home Prem PC and a his comment is here Thursday, November 18, 2010 8:27 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This did the trick. I was able to get two new computers, one a laptop and the another pc added to the homegroup on the older PC we had already set up with a Homegroup. Help? Enable Ipv6 Windows 10
same router.. In the field, type regedit and press OK. 2. It won't let me set up a new on either. this contact form Please repeat the above steps with another service: PNRP Machine Name Publication Service. 3.
What I do have is: (Default), Dhcpv6DUID, and EnabeICSIPv6. Should I Enable Ipv6 Any other ideas? On the laptop at "Network and Sharing Center" > "Change adapter settings" I show my Wireless Network Connection and a "Local Area Connection" (LAN).
dml0224 says: 6 years ago When I open the network and sharing center, the option for me to view or print my homegroup password is not available.
They would intermittently communicate and then not be able to see one another. Post a reply Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: WIN 10 Homegroup issues The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. If this message continues to appear, click the link to start the HomeGroup troubleshooter." I tried doing the Troubleshooting but just can't seem to figure out what is going on. video help | post reply | read more Windows 8 will connect to the router but will not connect to internet location: microsoft.com - date: October 29, 2012 I purchased a
Internet is fine with good speeds just the PC and 2 laptops can't stay in contact. p2p.svc,PNRP.svc,PeerNetworkingGroup OFF!!! I have made some changes in my norton internet security settings for networks but don't know if they are correct or not. navigate here For subnet prefix length I used 48, for default gateway and preferred dns server I used the IPv6 versions of my router address.
Also IPv6 isnt even being used YET and older devices cant handle it My hardware is pretty decent. Locate and then click the following registry subkey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\TCPIP6\Parameters c. It doesnt matter if I view/sort by artist, album, etc. pings go threw just fine.
Click OK. Maybe after a reboot it will. You can upload it by using the attachment icon(shaped like a paperclip) in the reply form thanks Ken Sure, yes they can all access the internet perfectly fine. In the lower right corner click on Network Monitor.
Is something missing? But after awhile I get a message that says the Homegroup no longer exists and to start a new one. Turn on ONE device to set up the homegroup and password.4.