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Thank you very much! Please make sure that the network connections service is enabled and running." So now I'm using my phone to try to figure the problem out. To search for the file, click the start button, and then click search. " So I restarted the computer and the chkdisk ran. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the

Click on Start, right click My Network Places select properties from the context menu. 2. PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows XP > Windows XP Networking > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick PLEHRER says: 8 years ago I have followed all instructions in your very clearn note. I hope this helps for you as well… Start Menu -> Computer -> Tools -> Folder Options -> View Tab -> In the Advanced settings box, under Files and Folders, tick https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-networking/my-network-places-empty-but-networking-seems-fine/72aa3dfc-0aa9-461a-964e-835e6573f289

Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 10

HELP!! - Mapped Network Drive Empty HELP! You can click Change to change the name of the workgroup. Have a look around and tell us what you think in our feedback forum.

  1. I am running the network through a hub.
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  3. Tweet Like Google+ Comments [59] catester says: 8 years ago This was a great check list.
  4. Can you refresh me as to how you go about doing that?
  5. She can connect to shares via Start-Run - and manually entering the host name to browse.
  6. but not all machine is shown in the network computers, some are missing.
  7. Just say No.Finish uninstalling everything you can.

Next to Workgroup, you will see the workgroup name. If these are installed correctly, then move on to the next check. The Dual Core hosts three 1TB hard drives and several flash sticks and SD cards. Domain Computers Not Showing Up In Network File and Printer Sharing is turned off If File and Printer Sharing is not turned on, you will never see another computer across the network.

My Pentium Dual Core was running very slowly after I changed my anti-virus software from McAfee to Norton. Computer Not Showing Up On Network Windows 7 Otherwise you can ping the other computer, but it will never show the return message. thebetafemale says: 8 years ago Disabling the firewall helped me see the other computers. click eans says: 7 years ago I use windows vista.

I was able to find them while adding a network place but they still didn't show up in the network places folder. My Network Places Not Showing All Computers In The Workgroup Many, many hours later (and I just fixed this 2 months ago on a different HD), I would have random boots from my DSL, comm. Any help would be appreciated. yethu says: 5 years ago I have four computers in my house.

Computer Not Showing Up On Network Windows 7

In my laptop, when I open the My Network Places folder, the window is completely blank; it does not even display shared folders on the laptop itself. http://www.theeldergeek.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=38626 sohail says: 6 years ago Hi. Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 10 When I set it up there > was the desktop shared folders and also the desktop PC and the laptop which > is on the same workgroup.> > The Laptop works Network Places Not Showing Computers Windows 7 If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above.

Sick Willie Sick Willie's Systems HOWTO: File Deletion in Windows Remote Registry Editing and Registry Recovery Heat Oak tree, you're in my way. I have successfully connected other networks on other computers, even with other OS versions and Macs with no problems, but this one has me stumped. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. one of the five cannot access or ping any of the other four, but we can access other systems from this system. Server Not Showing Up In Network List

No, Firewall is not on. The drawback is that you will >not have this task pane in other folders. > >Hope this helps. > >Thanks, >Nico Tomacelli >Microsoft Corp. >US - Windows Core:SOLID > >This posting Reply With Quote 03-27-2003,08:12 PM #10 13black View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Joined Mar 2003 Location Sydney, Nova Scotia Posts 453 You say you have "Client for Microsoft Networks" Have you tried that out?

can you help me on this JoeCool says: 6 years ago Thanks. Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 8 By default, Windows does not allow the File and Printer Sharing service access through the firewall, so you have to manually allow access. The computer that is the problem child here is running XP Pro.

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Two PCs networked via ADSL modem router. > In My network folder on the desktop there is nothing. The second bit of strangeness is the only item appearing in My Network Places is my router which has never appeared there before and, from what I gather, shouldn't be. Originally posted by DesignerPro ...The internet access is shared...All programs work and modems connect to dial up fine... Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows 7 Put that right and the services kicked in.Then went to network connections in properties then uninstalled everything except internet protocol (it wouldn't let me).

Ivory says: 7 years ago Hi, I've Got an old Dell P4600 server with 2k server installed & computer with XP intalled. This makes it harder to browse the network, as you either have to do a search for a computer through the "Search" button in the explorer interface, or use the "My I'm fresh out of ideas. I followed your tutorial but I still cannot see the other PC.

RedBox Last edited by RedBox; 03-27-2003 at 05:55 PM. I conclude that each workstation's shared resources need to be registered locally on all the other PCs on the network, and that the same list is what those PCs then consult You can do this by going to Control Panel, clicking on Windows Firewall and then clicking on the Exceptions tab. Reinstalled them and set folders to share again and up and running.I don't know what caused it, just a PC thing I guess.Thanks.

I can see the folders, but when I try to open them, I get the ever popular: "\\Osiris\C {that's my desktop hard drive} is not accessible. When I set it up there > was the desktop shared folders and also the desktop PC and the laptop which > is on the same workgroup.> > The Laptop works However, having no firewall seems like a pretty bad idea. What does anyone think?Update: the computer browser wasnt started and it wouldn't.

Hopefully you'll have a simple solution, something I am obviously overlooking. If it's broken, fix it! Click here for instructions on how to enable JavaScript in your browser. It allows me to see my changes instantly without having to switch pages.

I hope you have had some luck since your post. I cannot ping the other computers, but can ping the problem computer.