I am having the same problem. I listed it as not being
able to connect to my workgroup, but I do have Internet
I have checked the firewall settings, enabled Netbios
over TCP/IP, and even reset TCP/IP. Steve's website is
awesome and informative, but I still cannot see other
computers in my workgroup here at home.
Microsoft's tip for the error message I received was to
make sure the browser service was started... which it
is... would anyone else have any other suggestions... Is
there a way to uninstall all networking components and
<Xns93B9BBF24CB33adfslur0mdoaur03jadl184.108.40.206 6>,>-----Original Message-----
Frankconfigured.>Dreyfus <fdreyfusnyw.com> wrote:>>Hi,
>>I can get e-mail, etc. so I know the nic is properlyI can't even see>>
>>However I can't see other computers in the workgroup.have permission; I>>myself in Network Places.
>>The message says it's unable to browse and I may notshould be nothing>>do. This is a home installation. There is nothing, orthat has worked for>>to keep me from seeing the workgroup.
>>File and printer sharing is enabled.
>>I tried netsh/interface/ip/reset (this is somethingdidn't help.>>me on other systems) but it didn't help.
>>I re-installed Win XP using the Upgrade option. Itproblem:>>>
>>What can I do to get this to work?
>I've written a web site that should help you solve theInternet Connection>
>Windows XP Network Troubleshooting
>Please pay particular attention to these sections:
>1. Firewalls: Permanently disable XP's built-inuse only on a>Firewall on local area network connections -- it's forinstall all>direct modem connection to the Internet. Disable and un-Sharing. If the>other firewalls while troubleshooting.
>2. Protocols: Use only one for File and PrinterPrinter Sharing>network needs more than one protocol, unbind File andall computers.>from all but one of them.
>3. NetBIOS over TCP/IP: Make sure that it's enabled ongroup>--
>Steve Winograd, MS-MVP (Windows Networking)
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