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stubie says: 5 years ago I have exactly the same problem, won't save changes on network discovery and file sharing. The ghost disappeared this time and i was able to join hostgroup on my win 7 pc and share the printer too...Thanks Papa_Paul2 Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse 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. I try and save, and it goes back off when you open it back up. his comment is here

It's saying "unidentified network" and below that it says "work network." I haven't been able to change that to any thing else. I can do the right click thing and other computers can see my files, but still, I cannot connect with other computers. If I try from the destination to the source, I have the same problem. In the morning I only turned on my newest formerly WIN 8 laptop.

Homegroup Not Working Windows 10

I have tried everything on your webpage. My only concern was that maybe I was not stopping the anti virus firewall correctly and that could be my problem. it was the IPV6 settings in my virus software (F-Secure) everything works perfectly now i set it to 'normal'.

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  2. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (7) Collapse - Good to hear you got it working.
  3. Jobester says: 5 years ago I have two desktops, one running 7 Ultimate and one running 7 Professional.
  4. Glenn Nelson I had a problem because IPv6 was not being carried on my network.
  5. I followed your steps above and did find that a number of the above Services on Laptop 2 had not started.

We’ve had the ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe ZS570KL in tests over the last week and, after using it as my main Android smartphone, I would like to share with you my Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Confirmation of clean install issues by Xephan / February 25, 2016 11:11 AM PST In reply to: Do you want to be sdburr says: 7 years ago Microsoft Tech Support used this to good effect on one of my computers. Create New Homegroup Windows 10 Please help!

Make sure that the Turn on network discovery radio button is selected. Delete Homegroup Windows 10 Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Problems...Win 10 homegroup issues by CubbyB1 / January 1, 2016 11:24 AM PST In reply to: Thanks Papa_Paul2 I attempted to follow Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (1) Collapse - But how!? Ricardo It worked with Solution 2 (also turned off other homegroup pc while doing the procedure).

HomeGroup is enabled and all 3 computers and connect to the desktop and 1 laptop. Leave Homegroup Windows 10 Turn on ONE device to set up the homegroup and password.4. This may be obvious to some but it sure wasn't on anybody's troubleshooting checklist. Repeat this for all the computers in your network.

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One under the three licesnse is hardwired to a router, the other 3 are wireless. giovanni says: 6 years ago sir please help, i have a new internet cafe, all the pc's are windows 7 ulitmate, all of them are in the same home group and Homegroup Not Working Windows 10 I could see the other computer but not open any of the documents, music, etc. Windows Cannot Setup A Homegroup On This Computer Win 10 The other is a 64bit box running RTM.

PC connected directly.. this content OK and save your way back out. Thanks janrdoh, BUT how do I find the password? I've tried resetting my HomeGroup by removing it and recreating it. Remove Homegroup Windows 10

Some "clever" idea to have seperate networks on the same wire that wasnt thought through perhaps?Anyway, for the IDstore files rather than changing permissions its easier to just copy the past All PCs use MS firewall. DWQuinn says: 6 years ago I have a desktop and two laptops running Windows 7. weblink Then I go back to the original laptop I created the homegroup on it asks me to login.

By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. Windows 10 Homegroup Reset i have searched online for over week and still nothing.. I have exhausted myself today trying to find an answer to this and am about to give up.

Go to the Network Settings and Leave the Homegroup.

not thinking I put the setting to just 1. Should that be changed to 0? my computer just says unidentified network and defaults to public. Windows No Longer Detects A Homegroup I created one and was given a key by W10 for the password.

vincem says: 5 years ago Thanks for this posting and to hvitie!. Any idears? Jim Robillard says: 5 years ago I have three Windows 7 computers. check over here allbobcats Thank you so much for posting this - i spent the last four months without being able to use my homegroup.

Any other ideas suggestions?