I think it's called LLC but i'm not 100%, if need be I can send you the file. Are all your computers and servers on the same subnet or across multiple ones? 1 Tabasco OP Damjo Aug 8, 2013 at 12:24 UTC all on the same¬† Computer Type: Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Lenovo Z50 OS: Windows 10 Home CPU: Intel Core I7 4510 [email protected] 2.60GHz Memory: 8GB Graphics Card: Nvidia Monitor(s) Displays: Samsung 22"HD Screen Resolution: 1920x1080 A variety of reasons could cause this to happen, but typically it's associated to an issue with the Computer Browsing Service. weblink
Jansen says: 7 years ago I still can't see other computers on the network. This is important to note because sometimes Notepad will inadvertently place a TXT extension to the end of a document you've created. Assuming that you've already shared the PRACNET folder, just follow these steps to connect to it: Open Windows Explorer On the menu at the top click "Tools" Select "Map Network Drive" RockCity says: 7 years ago My problem is that I can not see my own computer when I goto My Network Places. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/162933-Computers-not-listed-in-Windows-explorer-Network
Open an administrator cmd prompt. 2. 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. This is a Dell Latitude, All computers run XP, with Norton antivirus and Windows firewalls, which I have turned off.
I followed your list of instructions, but still no luck. Computer Not Showing Up On Network Windows 7 still no network map every thing else seems to work. Add to del.icio.us | DiggThis Use our feedback form to submit your questions on home or SOHO networking issues. https://www.eightforums.com/network-sharing/45889-file-explorer-not-showing-all-computers-network.html Below is a work around that will fix your issue until such time as Microsoft patches this issue. 1.
The difference is I am running through a cable modem(gateway?) and am running through WinXp Home. Domain Computers Not Showing Up In My Network Places Windows 7 thebetafemale says: 8 years ago Disabling the firewall helped me see the other computers. I have a wireless card on both computers. type the following: (press Enter after each line) sc.exe config lanmanworkstation depend= bowser/mrxsmb10/nsi sc.exe config mrxsmb20 start= disabled then Restart the computer To reverse this change and re-enable SMBv3 run the
Also, I have HomeGroup setup and working OK on both PCís. try this so I decided to make a new thread instead of bumping the old ones. Network Computers Not Showing Up Windows 10 OS Windows 8 Pro 64-bit Quote 18 Mar 2016 #5 TechMate View Profile View Forum Posts New Member Posts : 1 8.1, 7, xp network devices are not showing in network Network Places Not Showing Computers Windows 7 Following any entry in the file with the characters "#PRE" will cause that entry to be preloaded into the name cache for faster resolution.
After you make the appropriate changes to the file, it must be saved as LMHOSTS (without the SAM extension) before it can be used. have a peek at these guys I spent several hours on the phone with Mircosoft support and they could not resolved the problem and ultimately 'punted' by suggesting that I should wait for future updates which may That is the only change to my laptop. Hopefully you'll have a simple solution, something I am obviously overlooking. Can't See All Computers On Network Windows 7
My WD MyCloud is not showing up on the network map. Also, the Diskstation is showing in File Explorer under Media Devices and Other Devices as it always did but clicking those links launches a browser and access is then via a I followed your tutorial but I still cannot see the other PC. http://stricklandresearch.net/not-showing/problem-opening-cd-images.html All computers are in the same workgroup The second thing that needs to happen in order for another computer on the network to show up in your My Network Places list
Computer Type: Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Lenovo Z50 OS: Windows 10 Home CPU: Intel Core I7 4510 [email protected] 2.60GHz Memory: 8GB Graphics Card: Nvidia Monitor(s) Displays: Samsung 22"HD Screen Resolution: 1920x1080 Network Devices Not Showing Up Windows 10 This changes by itself, during the day without me actually changing any settings. He began blogging in 2007 and quit his job in 2010 to blog full-time.
Quantum Based AI getting around Isaac Asimov's "Three Laws of Robotics" How can I protect my user passwords and passphrase from root How did Sauron feed the armies of Mordor? Everything is in same workgroup, and same network. I've noticed that when I open File Explorer I have a WHOLE BUNCH of USB ports that have nothing plugged into them... Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows 7 Hope that helps someone out there.
PC1 cant see PC2, but PC2 can see PC1. It did not fix the problem, which is that Winsows 10 can't see the Windows 8 computer. Something? Placing labels inside specified polygons/shapefiles in QGIS A phrases that basically means 'walk your walk back back' Common APIs in C or C++ for the IoT Does this self-assignment do something
yethu says: 5 years ago I have four computers in my house. Ours is 192.168.10.100. http://www.tenforums.com/network-sh...d-my-missing-network-homegroup-computers.html Here was the solution: After the Win 10 Threshold 2 Upgrade, many users are having Networking issues, especially not being able to see other PC's on the network in File Check out the searchable PracticallyNetworked Glossary.
Please tell me the reason as soon as possible. You need to enable pinging in your firewall first. While it shows as 'running' and in automatic start, if I re-start it, my 'missing' computer suddenly reappears on the Network map. First Name Last Name Email Join Now or Log In Oops, something's wrong below.
It is Linux. Just search "homegroup" in the start menu to disconnect from it. I had this problem a month ago & ended up creating a new workgroup which solved the issues until recently. What is the manufacturer & model of the router?
There was never a problem using Windows XP where all the machines showed up just fine. Internet is fine. I've tried everything I can think of to fix this problem short of sacrificing a virgin and other esoteric troubleshooting techniques. It is possible that the Synology is also causing the issue.
Protocols, etc. mumford68 says: 5 years ago I simply wanted to mention that after trying a number of things including turning off the firewall on both computers (worked on 1 attempt) I was