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by changing registry setting. And "make sure each Windows' computer's name is unique" i.e.: each Windows computer must be named with a different name to the others. Look at the "Computer name, domain, and workgroup settings"; if necessary click "Change settings" on the right to make any necessary changes. Fact of Life: “Real stupidity beats artificial intelligence every time.” ― Terry Pratchett Reply With Quote 2014-07-04,20:11 #3 Berton View Profile View Forum Posts Silver Lounger Join Date Mar 2014 Location Check This Out

Frequently asked questions: What's the easiest way to become a member and start posting? But I don't even see the computer I'm on when checking. How do I configure the display of members' images and signatures? There is no master browser on the network.

Windows 10 Network Computers Not Visible

Meaning: immediately to the left of the "Network" entry there should be a triangular "thingy" with its "pointy" part at 90deg pointing at "Network". Fact of Life: “Real stupidity beats artificial intelligence every time.” ― Terry Pratchett Reply With Quote 2014-07-05,17:33 #11 itla2001 View Profile View Forum Posts New Lounger Join Date Mar 2012 Posts not home. Reply With Quote Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Lounge Windows Windows 7 Forum Computers not listed in Windows explorer Network

There are two that I can't get rid of for permission reasons. The other have MSE for anti-virus. Reply With Quote 2014-07-04,22:13 #4 Coochin View Profile View Forum Posts WS Lounge VIP Join Date Jun 2014 Location Queensland, Australia Posts 2,316 Thanks 34 Thanked 338 Times in 293 Posts Homegroup Keeps Disappearing Windows 10 The above FAQ links open in a new window -- WIN -- Default Mobile Style Contact Us WindowsSecrets Web Hosting Top All times are GMT -5.

I also have 13 years of helping customer computing problems, and setting up computer and networks. Homegroup Not Working Windows 10 If you don't get replies to ping you might have a problem with settings in your router. I had Vmware installed on my primary computer.

With the vmware network adapters enabled I could only see one computer, not the primary one that I'm using, let's say computer 2.

The easiest way to access these settings (at least in Win7) is to click Start, right-click Computer, click (left) Properties. Windows 10 Network Computers Missing they should just show up. I have 3 Win7, 2 Vista, and 3 XP OS's on 4 computers networked but do not use "Homegroup" - instead I set the network type to "Work" (Network and Sharing Have you expanded the "Network" entry in the left-side ("Navigation") panel of Explorer?

  1. I have checked that I have started Network Discovery, and that Computer Browser is started.
  2. Where is the Main Index page of the old Woody's Lounge?
  3. I removed all of the WD software and registry references.

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is on, media streaming is off, use 128bit encryption... https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-networking/network-discovery-will-not-stay-on/39df3c12-1632-459f-9c7e-bffe7d65f68a You may have to Register before you can post. Windows 10 Network Computers Not Visible is on, password protected sharing is off, allow Windows to manage homegroup... Computer Not Showing Up On Network Windows 7 I did buy a Buffalo NAS Cloud device.

All of which are on the workgroup "workgroup" and all of which have unique names. his comment is here The other mac, a mac-mini, shows all of the network devices. The mac notebook is traveling as notebooks are want to do. I can't find a solution to this problem, can you help. Windows 10 Network Discovery Not Working

Simple answer is "Yes". I replaced it with a Buffalo NAS-Cloud device. I mentioned this in my previous post #4. http://webcomputerrepair.com/windows-10/windows-10-how-many-computers-per-license.html Not hopeful, since all computer have the same issue.

Reply With Quote 2014-07-05,03:14 #7 Coochin View Profile View Forum Posts WS Lounge VIP Join Date Jun 2014 Location Queensland, Australia Posts 2,316 Thanks 34 Thanked 338 Times in 293 Posts Homegroup Disappears Windows 10 The symptom of the problem other than no network devices listed in we, is that if I run net view from command prompt, I get a 6118 error. Reply With Quote 2014-07-04,16:18 #2 KritzX View Profile View Forum Posts 3 Star Lounger Join Date Jun 2014 Posts 380 Thanks 15 Thanked 42 Times in 42 Posts Try pressing F8

All of the network devices were listed on left under network (triangle pointing down)and in the right window when network was selected, prior to WDMYCOULD being installed.

Not hopeful, since all computer have the same issue. I'll try the safe mode. Don't need to, unlike the WDMYCLOUD. Network Discovery Is On But Not Working If the "Network" group is not expanded then you won't see any devices available on the network.

I'll try the safe mode. not home. Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 15 of 19 Thread: Computers not listed in Windows explorer Network Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to navigate here Reply With Quote 2014-07-05,20:27 #14 Coochin View Profile View Forum Posts WS Lounge VIP Join Date Jun 2014 Location Queensland, Australia Posts 2,316 Thanks 34 Thanked 338 Times in 293 Posts

All are in the same Workgroup (look for Workgroup in Control Panel/System - note that all must be in the same Workgroup and each OS must have its own unique name). Reply With Quote 2014-07-05,03:59 #8 Coochin View Profile View Forum Posts WS Lounge VIP Join Date Jun 2014 Location Queensland, Australia Posts 2,316 Thanks 34 Thanked 338 Times in 293 Posts All computer are set to work network. But I have firewall off and no AV.

Polls Search About Us E-Books Contact Advertise Advanced Search Lounge Windows Windows 7 Forum Computers not listed in Windows explorer Network If this is your first visit, be sure to check How should I configure my browser to get the greatest benefits from the Lounge? I uninstalled the VMware and I'm back to 2 network adapters: 1 for computer 1 nic, 1 for team viewer. they should just show up.

I can access any of the network devices and computer using \\computer-name or \\device-name. This migh seem silly, but I have learned from 15+ years of dealing with customers' computing problems that the simplest things are often overlooked. Reply With Quote 2014-07-05,13:41 #10 KritzX View Profile View Forum Posts 3 Star Lounger Join Date Jun 2014 Posts 380 Thanks 15 Thanked 42 Times in 42 Posts Did you try Home Newsletter Archives Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New?

Reply With Quote 2014-07-05,21:27 #15 itla2001 View Profile View Forum Posts New Lounger Join Date Mar 2012 Posts 9 Thanks 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts I have no trouble The MAC sees all my connections. When you click on this "thingy" the "Network" group should expand and show all devices connected to the network, and the "thingy" should now be black and pointing downwards 135deg. But under the left column under Network on the one computer.

The PC's only see the 1 win 7 pro. but the network attached drives don't need that. but the network attached drives don't need that. WD did say that can cause problems.

Register Help Remember Me? I installed a WDMYCLOUD and ran into problems after I ran time machine backup.