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The time now is 23:53. IowanJanuary 17th, 2012, 12:49 AMYou can try to ping one machine from another - either from a terminal or Network Tools. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/903267/en-us Rentia says: 5 years ago I work on a Network - sometimes the computer shows the other computers and sometimes not. You can read my previous post on how to setup DNS on Windows Server 2003 and how to troubleshoot problems with DNS. http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-can-t/solved-can-t-do-a-hjt.html

Where are you seeing that they are not pointing to the router? Report kayway› babz - Nov 3, 2009 at 11:31 AM Thanks for posting your experience with upgrading from Win"98" I wasn't sure it could be done. I can ping the others I am on a dsl router all firewalls turned off. I have a windows xp sp3 with wired internet.

I have hit a wall and don't know what to do. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions. Also, I think I should point out that this router was used in a network before and had no problems (I set that network up). They are both under workgroup called workgroup and IP and DNS are set to auto.

Thanks Report heiahei 1Posts Thursday June 27, 2013Registration date June 27, 2013 Last seen - Jun 27, 2013 at 11:49 PM Best answer which helped me out!! But not Windows Vista, XP I did all the steps and it worked until i tried assigning the last laptop a static ip, so i just set them all to dynamic. Helpful +0 Report Bobby Jan 12, 2009 at 03:29 PM Joe, Just wondering if you were able to solve the xp / vista probvlem? This protocol must be installed in order to be able browse for it from My Network Places.

yethu says: 6 years ago I have four computers in my house. Reply 0 Kudos stumbleman Contributor Posts: 7 Registered: ‎10-04-2010 Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report inappropriate content Re: Computers and devices can't see/talk I have 8 devices on the network that are running Windows 10 - 3 of them don't show on the network when viewed from a Windows 10 device, yet the other Both can access the internet.

IowanJanuary 17th, 2012, 03:39 AMThis Natty (11.04) machine doesn't see other computers on Places>Network unless they are in a Windows network. Thanks in advance, Marshall Neill Misc. Reply 0 Kudos eljefe Silver Contributor IV Posts: 1,217 Registered: ‎12-14-2009 Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report inappropriate content Re: Computers and devices So I got online with them and they remotely helped me for free.

You can do this by right-clicking on Local Area Connection, choosing Properties, and then selecting the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) entry and choosing Properties. Visit Website I would assume they wouldn't be able to get on the internet if they weren't connected though my configured router setting (WPA), correct? As a matter of fact I have one computer that doesn't see itself in the network (that is a bit weird) yet everything shows up if I run IP Scanner and Reboot the machine and you should be good to go.

all them installed similar. (same os, workgroup etc only difference is some of them is with AVG and some with Norton). check over here The Norton 360 came on my machine. Running through your checklist, I discovered "Client for Microsoft Networks" was no longer checked. I installed that version on Dec 17th, now up to current date.

The short story is I can see other computers in my network view, which is not suppose to be there. I have Drive C: set as shared. We presently have Windows 2008 R2 Domain Environment, And currently we are facing a issue with No. his comment is here I got fed up with it when I bought a "storage router" that allows me to share USB drives and printers on the network without a PC hosting them.

Next to Workgroup, you will see the workgroup name. it did not give an explanation why. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ...

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C:\Users\Apolymoxic>ipconfig Windows IP Configuration Wireless LAN adapter Wireless Network Connection: Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : ApolyPlace Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::dde3:29e8:1dd4:55ff%12 IPv4 Address. . . . can't see other computers in network in Network & Sharing I am running windows 8.1 and have other computers on the network running windows 7. When I finally turned Norton Firewall off altogether, I still could not discover the other computers, but I could at least use \\ ivia "Tools" in the "Network and Sharing any thoughts?

No solution at the moment but it is Microsoft fault after the big update. as soon as the trial expired I removed it and installed AVG. compA and compB could, obviously, view and communicate with the vista computer, but could not see each other. http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-can-t/solved-can-t-run-exe.html Tango Icons Tango Desktop Project.

Adv Reply July 4th, 2012 #5 bab1 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Ubuntu addict and loving it Join Date May 2008 Location SoCal BeansHidden! Leave a comment Helpful +11 Report Sevenslade Oct 10, 2009 at 06:26 PM Thanks to all who replied on here. One prime example of this is Norton Internet Security. above too, anytime you change the Workgroup name you must re-boot that computer for the changed Workgroup name to apply.

Again, Right click on Drives/Folders -> Properties->Security. The vista machine stays in communication with the other two (one running XP pro SP3 & one running the final version of 2000 pro) but for whatever reason it fails to