The troubleshooter has not provided a solution. I don't know why two media devices are shown for Eagle. However, as with any complicated feature of Windows, things can go wrong! Using HomeGroup you can easily share files, folders and printers between your Windows devices. At some point there was a Windows 7 machine that had created a homegroup, but it no longer exists and I certainly don't know the old Homegroup password. Nancee Thanks again Trouble for all your help7 It turns out my problem is in two parts.
Simply, the sharing process looks a bit different. So, make sure you learn this method and create a Homegroup in Windows 10 yourself. Thus, I will not recommend you that you should use it. I've deleted the files in the Peer Networking folder on each computer, insured that ipv6 is ticked, that the Homegroup and Peer services are running. Now that i'm sharing my external hard drive, how do i let my laptop write to it? Yeah, same issue as many, it appears. I really hope we compiled most of the answers to homegrouping issues here.
None of the built in troubleshooting resolves this issue. I checked that out and got refered to this post by Microsoft and I followed all the steps but no success. What is the history of this comp? Unless the network name has changed when I changed routers this is not a new problem, I'm just getting around to trying to tackle it now. There was no option to either delete this group or create a new one. Thank you for your very clear instructions, I did it on both machines but it didn't work either time. Make sure that you have turned on the sharing option of your network by which you are connected right now.
For the convenience of the user, you can create a shortcut to the folder on your desktop or connect it as a network drive using the net use command. I left out a few key words. Do either or both have internet access? Some found this useful, hope you do to! If they can both see each other, why do you feel the need to create a homegroup? Both say 'Create Homegroup' but when I try both have the same 'Windows can not create a Homegroup on this computer'. When I open the homegroup on the laptop it displays the files on the laptop only. By the way, Microsoft is going to kill the Homegroup feature in the upcoming versions of Windows 10.
So, on the one hand the network? In the Status column, next to the Peer Networking Grouping and HomeGroup Provider services, you should see the word Running. Of course I failed at the password stage with the same can't set up etc. I also like to blend some comedy in my Tech videos. I followed your instructions but have ground to a halt. Microsoft removed the HomeGroup feature from Windows 10 and it is no longer available in the latest April Update 1803. If so, let's move on the next steps.
If you find any pending updates, then try to install them and see if it makes any difference. I've tried disabling all homegroups on all other pcs I've tried finding the idstore. I tried to follow these steps, but I do not have the option that appears in step 1. Perhaps an old laptop that's no longer functioning was the one it's looking for, I don't know. If so, let's move on the next steps.
Click on this search result to open this File explorer option. Now go and create Homegroup yourself. Discussion in '' started by RobBets1,. I have recently had to refresh two laptops both running Windows 10. Hi trouble sorry for the delayed response.
I did not realise that they were still subject to the set password, although I had left. If the key doesn't exist, please create the key above and assign the value 0 e. Thus, you have created a new folder MachineKeys here. Besides that, several people can view and edit the same documents if you share the folder where it is located. Setting up the desktop is not working. It does not show any files that are on the desktop computer.
Got them both working again but now they can 'see' each other! Welcome to the forum Homegroup is never a good idea and not needed removing it and using workgroup is a lot simpler. The anti-virus software firewall was set to Public network It took me ages to fix that but eventually by using Windows firewall with Advanced security I knew where to look, so that fixed the 'Windows Socket registry missing on this computer' the second problem is that I appear to have set a windows Credential password don't know when what or which laptop So now I'm looking for help to find out how to resolve that! Hi, I hope you are still watching this thread. Underneath the heading, select Find and fix other problems. Thank You for stopping by. Have you tried disabling the firewall? Nancee A password, is pretty much a password. That was fixed later, so hopefully we'll have a solution in the near future.