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At all. Also, is it possible I should be using the IPV6 settings instead of IPV4? You need to have different computer names for homegroup to detect. Back to top Back to Networking 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → Internet & Networking → Networking Source

Need help. And go through instructions carefully before you update it. Anyway, when I turn it on all that happens is the fan spins for a few seconds, then shuts off. When I go to "hkey local machine ……..parameters, all that is there in the window is "default REG_sz (value not set) No disabled components.

My Computer Wont Connect To Wifi But Other Devices Can

Still nothing. and then times out? those do not count as antivirus programs...

Is it able to connect to the network but just not the internet? I tried a USB wifi. however I have been trying to set up a homegroup with the 2 computers. My Computer Wont Connect To Wifi But Others Will So the answer to your question...

I am on dial-up, too. Laptop Wont Connect To Wifi But Phone Will The laptop could see the desktop, but not the other way around. I have followed all the firewall settings contained in Microsoft's "Homegroup and Firewall Interaction." I have checked every service mentioned in this web site and others. recommended you read Desktop, laptop and netbook.

Have you tried connecting wirelessly elsewhere? My Computer Wont Connect To Wifi Windows 7 one will surely work.hly3 years agoReplyhi...can you help me? The other kind tests connectivity with one end connected into the network. Here is that topic: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/593594/one-laptop-cannot-connect-to-wifi-network-other-devices-can/ Basically I got a new router/DSL connection yesterday.

Laptop Wont Connect To Wifi But Phone Will

Then click on Network and Sharing Center. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-networking/windows-7-not-detecting-my-home-internet/92a30e13-e8d1-4e10-8afc-5144c5aa8638 Some times people are able to connect using another adapter (for slim drivers), and also, if there is an updated driver locally, device manager will usually find it. My Computer Wont Connect To Wifi But Other Devices Can For info about network troubleshooting, see Windows help." Any ideas? Computer Won't Connect To Wifi Windows 10 hvitie says: 7 years ago I use F-Secure Internet Security 2010.

I want to find out what is causing the WMP hanging condition. this contact form tried everything and can't get them to connect. PatrickDickey says: 6 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 The router controls the tunneling through the Dialer Protocol. 5. Cannot Connect To Certain Wifi

I can see the other computer I can actually access it now but I can not join the homegroup it just times out. I tried the nslookup and it times out and the tracert says it is unable to resolve target system name. This can be done under (AVG/Tools/Firewall Settings/Profiles/Small Home or Office Network/System Services/Manage User System Rules). have a peek here vrex says: 6 years ago That did not work.

If I wanted them to do a diagnostics test on it, then I would be charged. Laptop Says Cant Connect To This Network All services running. Do you have any possible solutions that could help me connect to my Wi-Fi?

It was a flaky network issue.

It is driving me crazy ! I didn't think of using WPA2. tonykaz says: 6 years ago Went through the list and still get a cannot connect to homegroup message. Wifi Works On Laptop But Not Phone If you find your wirelessconnection icon in grey color then right-click on it and select "Enable".2) Check your SSID and the security key.Good Luckdenialjosaf1 year agoReplyi think this can be fixed

the computer says that there is no homegroup connected in my network whereas i just mad a homegroup with my other pc. I do have it secured WPA2 - Personal. Now, on 2 of my machines, IPV6 says "no network access". Check This Out As Havachat alluded to, maybe it's preventing your computer from connecting through MAC address filtering.

Windows couldn’t find any problems with the firewall on your computer. Mark Freeman says: 7 years ago Homegroup Listener on one of my machines will not start.