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I followed your list of instructions, but still no luck. But this stupid problem made me so upset that i had to contribute after figuring out how to get it to work. I am running xp sp3 on both machines, a laptop and a PC. I even > unchecked the "local area connection" to unprotect it from the firewall. > (Even though the firewall is off). > > What would keep vista from responding to pings? Source
Helpful +2 Report suman Mar 18, 2009 06:24PM Thankyou, Now I m able to ping my window m/c from unix. So, just to cover some basics... I then checked the Advanced Sharing Options for the usual suspects. heh. 1/02/2010 04:55:00 PM Anonymous said...
Cannot Ping Computer On Same Network
To cut a long story short, I had 2 do a tricky manual uninstall of IE8, then reinstall IE8, then reinstall IE9 (as when I tried to over-install IE9 is said This situation applies to me as well. As far as IP addresses, they are just assigned dynamically. I have a WinXP desktop, Vista laptop and a Windows 8 laptop and they all show in Network and I can access all files and folders apart from Windows and Program
The other computers on my network can still see my laptop and I can access the Internet from my laptop. From this article, I eventually realised that the workstation had no shared resources on it, no printer, no partitions or folders. Here is how I know: I can ping the host computer and access shared files and printers only if I stop the firewall service, set the service startup to "disabled" and How To Ping Another Computer On The Same Network Can anyone comment on this?
I view my work on the Dual Core and edit the page on the AMD. It connects to router over wireless. If it's Public try changing to Private. Once I connect back to my network I get the internet back but I lose access to my desktop again.
Go through the same process on the other computer (if running XP) to enable printer and file sharing on there too. Cannot Ping Computer On Same Subnet I've been trying to play Terraria on my home network, but I'm having troubles. In XP, in the properties windows go to Computer Name tab and change workgroup name on both computers. Man this is irritating me.
- This protocol has had some strange behaviors with other machines and some network devices.
- There's also a setting called AP isolation, which prevents communication between wired and wireless clients.
- johnlarossaDec 24, 2014, 10:05 PM claupp said: I have a laptop (win7) and desktop (vista) in a network.
- Next time I buy a router I will have probably forgotten all this and will have to go through the same learning curve again.
- No more connections can be made to this computer at this time because there are already as many connections as this computer can accept.
- Decided to go wireless.
- I'm trying to resolve the ping problem.
- That should be done, to ensure that the Firewall included with Windows isn't causing the ping request to be blocked.
- I had turned off the wireless but that IP was still assigned to the computer name.
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Same exact issue, with McAfee closed it was still blocking. The computer is running windows XP and worked fine on my network until it crashed. Cannot Ping Computer On Same Network Thanks. Cannot Ping Computer On Network Windows 7 I had the firewall OFF and still couldn't connect. 4/01/2011 07:50:00 AM Anonymous said...
It's going to take an age to remove them all. this contact form But now. RockCity says: 7 years ago My problem is that I can not see my own computer when I goto My Network Places. and indeed is something limited to just the single Vista machine (again, assuming that it is the one without the server). –Bon Gart Jul 26 '12 at 16:13 1 I Cannot Ping Computer On Network But It Can Ping Me
It disabled my Contacts folder (Microsoft Office Outlook 2007) as an address folder. windows firewall off. They both have connections to the internet and can even share > files. > > On the vista machine I have the network discovery turned on, the network is > set have a peek here If not, rename all to the same and reboot all.
I even > unchecked the "local area connection" to unprotect it from the firewall. > (Even though the firewall is off). > > What would keep vista from responding to pings? Ping Another Computer On Wireless Network My computer recently updated and since then I cannot connect to my desktop from my laptop. Any thoughts.
All I want is the PC connected to Printer could be shared.
You could have multiple network sharing services actively working with Windows 7, and still be blocked from pinging the machines. Two Laptops can be pinged between the 2 but rest do not. Password protected sharing is NOT enabled. A Can Ping B But B Cannot Ping A Calder Munroe says: 5 years ago There is a Microsoft fix it tool to fix this issue Go to this website to run it.
Louis Forum Rules Report Topics For Staff Action BC Forums, List Preparation Guide Before Posting Malware Issues in MRL Forum Am I Infected Forum Back to top #13 Keithuk Keithuk Members Both computers can ping the printers and router. Find the rate of change at a point on a polynomial why does this error keep popping out? Check This Out Make sure that's checked.2.
I checked everything I could think of. It is not the router, it is your computer firewall. My Pentium Dual Core was running very slowly after I changed my anti-virus software from McAfee to Norton. Can you help?
Maybe, by some screwy logic, it's now required by Vista - I'll try that. That should allow sharing of any drives or folders that you share. New 07 Feb 2008 #3 danielafortier Guest RE: Cannot Ping Vista Machine File and print sharing are working fine. I can not ping the...