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Connecting all pcs via cable to router (vs wireless)?Alternatively, can you implement the same security software app on your WinXP pc as you have on your Vista pc? Browse other questions tagged wireless-networking windows-vista or ask your own question. Lots of Google searching and reading. After all of this when I go to one of the XP machines and dispaly the entire network all hte PC's appear including the Vista PC. http://homeshareware.com/cannot-view/cannot-view-workgroup-computers-in-vista.html

I can view all these 3 pcs on Windows XP and Windows 8, but not on Vista. I'm fresh out of ideas. BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! Interestingly, I now dual-boot the XP desktop with Windows 7 RC, thinking that would resolve my issue with Vista printing to that machine.

If you use this procedure, you do not receive printe updates from the printe server when you update the printer driver on the print server. Drawing a torso with a head (using \draw) Why did Michael Corleone not forgive his brother Fredo? eans says: 7 years ago I use windows vista. Hi Redondo77.

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. If I can just train the kids to bring the printed sheets up stairs......   I was so impressed with all the features of the Network magic that I have paid I can see all computers in the network from workstations but can not access server! (Only 3 computers on the network) On the server, I cannot see the other 2 computers! Sunday, July 22, 2007 6:37 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote "Windows cannot access [share]." Tuesday, July 24, 2007 2:21 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to

Back to top #9 craigsiegel craigsiegel Topic Starter Members 14 posts OFFLINE Local time:07:05 AM Posted 07 August 2013 - 11:20 AM OK, starting a new thread since I have asked 3 years ago viewed 176 times active 3 years ago Visit Chat Related 1Windows Vista wireless crashes my internet connection3Can't view other computers on Network1Can't connect to the internet in If you could open up the command prompt and run "ipconfig /all" for both PC's then give us the results. –CenterOrbit Jul 31 '11 at 14:13 Aren't there 30 http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-networking/cant-see-vista-computer-on-network/df305740-69c3-47cf-9639-cf182df9cacd I have checked that all the Workgroup names are correct and identical.

The thing that worked was turning off all firewalls and virus software. Solution remove XP SP3 >>> install XP SP2 and - it works - you can see printers PCs etc Report VistaUser- Apr 20, 2009 03:27AM Wow - good suggestion, let's all It is important to me to be able to use this network. PLEHRER says: 8 years ago I have followed all instructions in your very clearn note.

Each computer on the network has to have exactly the same workgroup name in order to be able to see each other. certain adaptors work with certain operating systems and I seem to be missing the one that lets xp talk to vista. Saturday, November 29, 2008 5:06 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I've had it!Just got a Vista 64 machine yesterday.  Hooked it to my XP network...NOTHING, NADA, ZIP!I've No difference.

Then I clicked Internet and Network and finally on Inbound Events. his comment is here Contact the administrator of the this server to find out if you have access permissions.   The list of servers for this workgroup is not currently available”   Go figure?!   Password protected sharing is NOT enabled. Only by going into the McAfee Internet Logs and allowing my laptop's IP was I FINALLY able to see my XP desktop on my Windows 7 laptop.

But now I get a message on the Windows 8 computer that it can't access the device. Go to the Zone tab of Firewall settings in ZoneAlarm free version. They are supporting the sp3 version until the middle of April 09. this contact form I followed your list of instructions, but still no luck.

Once I run the procedure you outline it works fine until the nest morning when I have to clear the sockets again. If you have changed anything, Windows will probably order you to re-boot your system for changes to take effect. I hope this is helpful.

I have the LLTD Protocol installed on the XP system as well as NetBios.

I recently installed Kaspersky Antivirus 2011 on my laptop which caused no end of problems so I uninstalled it. Helpful +1 Report DONTHINK Feb 1, 2009 01:00PM im really dumb when it comes to computers but somehow I set up all 3 computers on me home network and printer sharing They are both under workgroup called workgroup and IP and DNS are set to auto. Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not

I have a Vista desktop, a Windows 8 laptop and a Macbook on a home network. It help me alot. I have a boost program that turns it off, so I just start it up again and no problems. http://homeshareware.com/cannot-view/cannot-view-computers-on-home-network.html That works fine.

No more connections can be made to this computer at this time because there are already as many connections as this computer can accept. Report Etexan- Mar 10, 2010 09:36AM SuperDave, Your suggestion was spot on. How is the distinction between server and user relevant in this (peer-to-peer) context? When I map the network I see the computer but I cannot see any files or printers.

above, you would change each PC's Workgroup name to read DADSHOME. It is quite different for Vista vs WinXP. at least it did for me. I have been trying now for 2 weeks, so ripping my hair out at this moment.

Can you also tell me what size was your processor and if that matters. 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. I tried pinging my PC from my laptop and it says that my request timed out. Good luck ...

In the example in 1. Report Kelly from CA- Jan 10, 2010 08:58AM SuperDave, This worked like a charm!

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