I've searched high and low on the web and no solution seems to work. Thanks for your input, it is appreciated. For now I'm content with Ubuntu and look forward to learning it's ins and outs. Selected "Desktops", "EL-series", "EL-1200"... http://midsolutions.org/windows-7/windows-7-build-7601-this-copy-of-windows-is-not-genuine.html
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The desktop cannot join and gives the ‘Windows cannot connect to a Homegroup on this computer'. Help, please. Stay logged in [H]ard|Forum Forums > [H]ard|Ware > SSDs & Data Storage > Style Hard Forum Dark Contact Us Help Home Top Terms and Rules Style by Pixel Exit MS Windows Once again … an entire day trying everything I could find on The Internet and still … No Reinstall Option.
When an Open is attempted, the cursor just sits there with the wait icon, and then stops. Wild Tangent should go too, it's borderline spyware (http://www.pchell.com/support/wildtangent.shtml) Soundy, Sep 19, 2009 #5 frederic_gilb Thread Starter Joined: Sep 18, 2009 Messages: 4 But it wored for the SN BUS I'm asking because I'd made some changes to my WHS v1 network configs in the router, which I forgot about. Windows Cannot Setup A Homegroup On This Computer Windows 7 I would love to find a solution for this issue.
Also take a look here http://social.micros...83-a3a5a5aafdfc EX470 modified BIOS BE-2300 CPU 4Gig ram, 4 2TB HDD. Can't Join Homegroup Windows 10 Incorrect Password. My desktop has Norton 360 and my laptop has Kasperkey Steve says: 6 years ago My PC (Windows 7 Ultimate) is not responding when I try and make any changes to Thanks for the article!
Friday, February 18, 2011 6:13 PM 0 Sign in to vote I was browsing through and found your entry with problems related to installing the connector software on any windows 7 How To Join A Homegroup Windows 7 After checking some of the settings, I found that her computer wasn't on the proper workgroup. What am I overlooking? When I try to join the network I've created on the other, I get the message "Homegroups can only be created on a home network" yet the networking and sharing center
The laptop could see the desktop, but not the other way around. http://superuser.com/questions/159138/windows-home-server-connector-failing-to-install Eventually I had to do a clean install of the client. Can't Join Homegroup Windows 7 Has anyone had this issue with a 32bit OS? Windows No Longer Detects A Homegroup On This Network If your computer is connected to the Internet, it should automatically pick up the correct time.
You may receive an error message when you try use a device or a program to access the Windows Home Server shared media folder (939217) - Describes an issue that occurs this contact form anyone have suggestions? Error message when you try to install Windows Home Server Connector from a server that is running Windows Home Server: The system detected a possible attempt to compromise security (951248) - I have solved this problem by giving each windows 7 computer a fixed IPv6 address (Network/Network and Sharing Center/Local Area Connection/Properties/Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)). Windows 7 Homegroup Not Working
WRONG!! To resolve this problem, reinstall the Connector software on the client computer. I tried every strategy I could find and that various tech support people could suggest to implement printer sharing through a HomeGroup. http://midsolutions.org/windows-7/windows-7-install-hangs-at-starting-windows.html Share files, printer, everything's cool.
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 List Five Windows 7 Troubleshooters I created a Homegroup, setup the password, both PCs are in the same network (DHCP, 192.168.1.100 and 192.168.1.101). frederic_gilb, Sep 18, 2009 #3 Soundy Joined: Feb 17, 2006 Messages: 1,838 WHS is just a version of Windows Server 2003 with a bunch of add-on stuff for media sharing and
From the generated ip addresses you have to choose the so-called IPv4-mapped address, this is an address starting with ::FFFF: , generally ::FFFF:C0A8: when you use home network IP4v adresses like Windows couldn’t find any problems with the firewall on your computer. Thanks, Rik.Richard Parker http://richard.parker.name Thursday, February 17, 2011 11:27 PM 0 Sign in to vote It could be a network issue. Can't Create Homegroup Windows 7 Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
The wireless laptop will not connect. sstouffer, Jul 28, 2012 sstouffer, Jul 28, 2012 #14 Jul 28, 2012 #15 beelzibub Limp Gawd Messages: 153 Joined: Jul 11, 2007 Wiped the server OS or client OS? ender says: 7 years ago I couldn't connect 2 Win7 computers until I severed the network bridge that I enabled for my Xbox. Check This Out Clicked "Driver Downloads"...
Now, on 2 of my machines, IPV6 says "no network access". Both machine can 'see' the default homegroup and the default libraries, but neither machine can navigate into each others libraries. There are no network or password issues, get to 95%, rolls back and displays an error message. Have you tried turning off your firewall?
Can you explain your question about accessing the WHS on a different IP subnet? PatrickDickey says: 7 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 Friday, February 18, 2011 4:50 PM 0 Sign in to vote Well, i'm pretty much out of ideas. To test further any potential for network issues, I created static entries in both machines' hosts file to point to the server (they both pinged fine before this, anyway).
DNS addresses confirmed as being the same (the router address) on client and servers...Richard Parker http://richard.parker.name Friday, February 18, 2011 2:03 PM 0 Sign in to vote Well, i'm pretty much When attempting to create a homegroup in the desktop (running Windows 7 x64), connected directly to the Netgear WDRN3700 Wireless Router, the homegroup is formed and joined to…? The switch is connected to a Cisco 2514 Router, which is connected to my DSL Modem. 4. You may have to check the time server settings if that is not the case.
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Quorry says: 6 years ago I have a simple system with two computers running Windows 7.