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Windows XP Network Problems

Windows XP Network Problems

Windows XP Network Problems

(OP)
Hello All,

I have a pc and a laptop, both running XP .. pc = Windows XP Home and laptop = windows xp media center edition

i have had a network working for ages ... sharing printers, files, hard drives ect. but all of a sudden its all stoped ... i have no idea why!

here are the solutions i have tryed:
-   Changing pc names and network names
-   Checking Firewalls ect
-   Tryed reinstalling protocals
-   Both pcs can ping each other

Still Nothing

and also on my pc...if i go to "view workgroup computers" i can see the pc there ... but if i go onto my laptop ... its just EMPTY

hope ya can help,

diddlyuk

RE: Windows XP Network Problems

Try configuring a new network from scratch.

Maria Santella
Technical Sales Engineer
ICP DAS USA, Inc.
http://www.icpdas-usa.com

RE: Windows XP Network Problems

(OP)
Have done ... still not working at all

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