Click Finish. When check the boxes to allow library sharing on the desktop computer and save, the next time I check it out, the boxes are no longer checked. I have tried deleting all the files on both end from: C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\LocalService\AppData\Roaming\PeerNetworking I have removed all entries from Windows Cred store I have disabled shared passwords on both I have recreated i have posted on several public webpages and no one has been able to help. weblink
Thanks! IPv6 Must Be Enabled In order for to use the new Windows 7 HomeGroup feature, you have to make sure that IPv6 is enabled. I tried reviewing all the different settings. You can check the HomeGroup password on another computer and then use that one to join the HomeGroup. http://windowsreport.com/homegroup-windows-10/
one with my MS account profile picture and name and one without either... When I try to connect when the security setting is active, I can't connect. Same problem I solved by turning off password sharing on all computers, then under manage windows credentials delete all homegroup elements registered there and then made a new homegroup with new After the other three PC's were connected, I tested them as good, but the primary laptop would not expand the tree in my Homegroup.
by wpgwpg / August 3, 2015 2:27 PM PDT In reply to: WIN 10 Homegroup issues However I don't use a homegroup. I decided to play around with my router's settings and decided to make a Static IP address on my network for each computer. When I connect laptop with cable, it joined to home group and can browse / change (according to settings) data on other one. Remove Homegroup Windows 10 aking14 says: 5 years ago I think I have tried these but I still can't get Homegroup to work.
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. Leave Homegroup Windows 10 On Windows 10, go to Settings > Time & language and adjust time as needed. After about ten minutes, I went to Homegroup and Join with the password provided Homegroup creating laptop PC. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (3) Collapse - Do you want to be an official MS beta tester?
Ekle Bu videoyu daha sonra tekrar izlemek mi istiyorsunuz? read the full info here Thanks for the reply anyway! Can't Create Homegroup Windows 10 But it seems it there is no improvement on my laptops. Create New Homegroup Windows 10 I am using Bitdefender and their firewall prevented the share setup.
The services that need to be turned on are listed below: DNS Client Function Discovery Provider Host Function Discovery Resource Publication Peer Networking Grouping HomeGroup Provider HomeGroup Listener SSDP Discovery UPnP have a peek at these guys If that fails then search, or post your scenario in a good forum such as TechNet Windows 7 forum. » Summary of Windows 7 HomeGroup Problems Troubleshooting HomeGroup problems falls into I can connect if my security setting/ WEP is disabled. One common initial experience with Windows 7 in general and HomeGroup in particular, is irritation, or even bewilderment, when Microsoft says 'This feature will simplify your experience'. Windows 10 Delete Homegroup
Have you found a solution? Only computers on the same subnet will be able to connect to the HomeGroup, so if you have a wireless router, it would only be the computers connected to that router. PatrickDickey says: 6 years ago I'm getting the "Homegroups can only be created on a home network" message, even though both are on the same home network (and the icon shows check over here Synchronize Clocks Go to each computer and make sure that all the clocks are showing the correct time.
I guess the first one of us finds a fix can let the other know! Windows 10 Homegroup Reset I would hope somebody from Microsoft can help.Between this issue and the fact that you can't synch favorites on EDGE, I can no longer recommend the Win 10 upgrade to anyone This worked!
Now I need to transfer files between desktop and laptop and I created Homegroup on desktop. Reenter your homegroup password. When both are wired it works with no problem but once I go wireless my computer can't find the homegroup. Windows 10 Homegroup Password Just as with xp and vista, networking is hit and miss, and you have to mess around with all your settings on your control panel for hours, just to be able
If so, change the name of one of them; then create a new homegroup in one of the devices from the beginning. I have checked that the settings you list above are in place. I hate windows home networking, it is awful. http://gbcmedina.com/windows-10/2-of-the-same-machines-home-group.php Both recognize that they're on the same Homegroup, and each shows up in the other's Homegroup in Explorer, but it only works one way - the laptop can open the desktop's
I do not have the following in my regestry In the right pane, DisabledComponents. How can I fix this? Because I love having to do all of those mentioned steps time and time again on my PC, my Laptop, my Notebook, my Wife's PC, her Tablet and our Western Digital They are networked using a Belkin router, to which the desktop in wired and the laptops connect wirelessly.
Peter says: 6 years ago I've gone through all these steps very carefully. 5 computers work great on the homegroup. I used sfc /scannow in Oos administrator to find errors and correct them. All 10 had upgraded to 10 and all had finger pointing at 10. And, the Win 7 PCs can see, and access files on the Win 10 PCs (as well as each other).
My home Network works perfectly - I am happy with it. That does not work. Create new Homegroup and see if it works. The network hard drive is also not visible on the win7 laptop.
Nasrin says: 5 years ago Hi,i'm trying to make HomeGroup but at my registry this adress is incomplete HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip6\Parameters i don't have the Services folder ! Cosmin says: 5 years ago Hello, I have 2 computers with Win7 HP x64 and a TP-Link router. Right now, my desktop PC has Bluetooth so that's what I use to send a file to my phone but you're right, HomeGroup on the phone would be quite a breeze I recently restored mine however.