Posted 02 January 2011 - 04:13 PM
DT (desktop wired)
LT (laptop wireless)
DT 1 - Windows 7 Ultimate x64(main PC)
DT 2 - Windows Vista x86
LT 1 - Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Lt 2 - Windows 7 Home x64 (work laptop)
-All on the same workgroup-
-All run through D-Link Router-
My issue: I recently upgraded DT 1 to win7 x64 from x86 and now cannot network or homegroup to any of my other computers or wireless printer. Networking was fine in win7 x86. I have tried internet solutions without success. LT 1 and LT 2 homegroup with each other and network with DT 2 just fine, DT 1 is the only PC excluded from this. I have all my sharing settings set and I have gone through the network set-up many times, fiddled with my router settings a little bit, but came up with nothing.
When I search for other PC's on my network (from DT 1) I find no other PC's or the wireless printer. When I search from any other PC I find and have access to everything except DT 1!
I have Sophos Anti-virus and firewall, disabling the firewall makes no difference (windows firewall already disabled).
I cannot see the wireless printer in the 'network discovery' but it shows up when I need to print and prints just fine.
When I go to: control panel\ network and sharing and click the "see full map" I can see LT 1 and LT 2 as wireless items, so they do exists, but what gives?
Thanks for your time on this.
Edit: Moved topic from Win 7 to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal
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