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problem accessing certain webpages from networked computer

Q: problem accessing certain webpages from networked computer

What the network consists of:

1 host computer running windows xp
1 laptop running windows xp
1 hub

The problem:

I am able to share files between the computers and access webpages perfectly fine on the host computer. On the networked laptop I am able to share files and visit certain websites such as hotmail, download.com, msn.ca, etc. I am not able to visit websites such as candystand.com, yahoo.com, etc. Is there a way that I can fix this problem?? Please help

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A: problem accessing certain webpages from networked computer

Do you have the latest updates and service packs for IE6 on your laptop as well as your desktop? Run Windows update to be sure.

Please go to http://www.tomcoyote.org/hjt/, and download 'Hijack This!'.
Unzip, doubleclick HijackThis.exe, and hit "Scan".

When the scan is finished, the "Scan" button will change into a "Save Log" button.
Press that, save the log as a .txt file, and copy and paste its contents into your next post.

Most of what it lists will be harmless, so do not fix anything yet. I don't know how to read it p) but others here do and may find something that could be causing this.

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I have 2 computers, using XP 32 bit, networked directly connected(CAT5 cable to USB adapter to USB port), driver installed for adapter. I can access the files/printer just fine when both computers are on, When one is off, either one, I can not access. Is there anyway to access files and printers sharing while it is turned off? If so, how secure will it be?

A:Accessing a networked computer when it is turned off.

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I connected two computers using a switch. I can access the 2nd computer by typing \\ipaddress. I login as the primary user (admin access) of the other machine and the root folder is users. I can drill down and view all files. Problem is that I wish to be able to navigate to D drive of that machine but I can't because highest folder level is users ?

A:Accessing 2nd hard drive of networked computer

Quote: Originally Posted by jmsnyc

I connected two computers using a switch. I can access the 2nd computer by typing \\ipaddress. I login as the primary user (admin access) of the other machine and the root folder is users. I can drill down and view all files. Problem is that I wish to be able to navigate to D drive of that machine but I can't because highest folder level is users ?

To access the root of the drive you would need to go into D: >properties> Security tab> Edit button > Add check marks for the required permissions for the Authenticated User, Apply, OK etc.

You would also need to allow for sharing of the D drive through the Sharing tab> Advanced Sharing button, click the box to share the drive then hit the Permissions button, add check marks to the Everyone share, hit apply etc.

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I have a 300 mhz p2 running windows 98. How do i set up a dvd-rom to play with software from another computer that is networked to it. I am able to print and access files from the other computer. When I launch the dvd player software on my computer -I get a message that the dvd on the other computer does not exist. Does anyone have experience getting a dvd to play with software loaded on a networked computer. I need step by step instructions or clues about how to set it up. Thankyou for any help!

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Ok, I have three computers...one desktop and two laptops, all running Vista and all connected via wireless network. My problem is that I'm having trouble accessing files on those computers. What do I need to do to fix this???

A:Solved: Problem accessing networked computers

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Hello from me...I have a big problem with my computer...
I have DSL with the pirelli modem/router.
I cannot access some specific webpages (www.greek-fun.com , www.ellinadiko.com ) I have to add that these web pages are forums...
In the same router with a different computer I can access them just fine... So it is not from the ISP. I tried accessing them from both firefox and ie but nothing... I run windows xp SP2 and I use Kaspersky internet security 7 and the windows firewall disabled. when I ping www.greek-fun.com I get "Ping request could not find host www.greek-fun.com. Please check the name and try again."

A:Problem accessing some webpages

did you try another browser to see if you can access them? If not, give that a try. It will help to determine where the problem is.

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Ok this has been an ongoing thing now for about 3 weeks and is starting to really annoy me. I am running on a Dell Demension 8300 w/ Windows XP. About 3 weeks ago I started having problems going to sites such as microsoft.com, ebay.com, dell.com (it would just give me "Page cannot be displayed". These are just some of the sites I cannot access). Not only can I not access microsoft.com but I cannot access any part of it such as, I cant get any automatic updates becuase my computer cannot communicate with any part of microsoft, although my connection is stable. I have tried many things to correct this. I have reloaded and formatted my whole hard drive and I still come up with the same problem. I have also contacted my ISP and they said there is nothing wrong with my connection. I also have four roomates that live with me and they can access the webpages that I cant. I have also tried to connect thier ethernet cable to my computer and I STILL get the same problem. If anyone can help me with my situation it would be much appreciated becuase I am totally stumped.

A:Problem accessing random webpages

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Can't figure out why I can print to printer from my upstairs laptop, but not from my downstairs PC, when both computers and the printer are on the same wireless network (same SSID, same security) consisting of wireless router downstairs (channel 6), hard wired to Access Point upstairs (channel 1).

Downstairs Set Up (Belkin F9K1002)
- DCHP on 192,.168.2.11 to
- Gateway

Upstairs Set Up (D-Link DIR 505 in AP mode)
- DCHP off
- static LAN IP
- Gateway

Printer (Samsung SCX-4623FW)
- static IP
- gateway

When the printer connects through the strong signal of the DLink upstairs, I can print from the upstairs PC which is also connected via the DLink, but not from the downstairs laptop. When I turn off the DLink, and upstairs printer, laptop and downstairs PC all connect thru the Belkin, albeit with a weak and intermittent signal, I can print from both laptop and PC

So it seems that the downstairs laptop connecting through the Belkin downstairs can't see the printer upstairs when IT is connected through the DLink upstairs.

Probably a pilot error as I'm a networking novice. Anyone see my mistake?

A:Accessing networked printer from AP or Router but not both

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When i try to access any files over my network but only when i try to access files from my base unit(wired) either from my dell laptop(wireless) or ps3(wired). The base unit just reboots with no warning just the monitor goes black and the machine automatically reboots.
I'm using a buffalo wbr g54 router the base unit is a abit ul8 motherboard with an athlon64 with 1gb memory running xp home, I was using norton anti-virus/internet security on the base unit but have un-installed to see if this made a difference but not as yet. Ive updated motherboard firmware but still the same. I have no conflicts in device manager and the psu is an decent unit
Any advice would go a long way to helping me sort this out.
Thanks in advance

A:Instant Reboot when accessing networked files

I would start with the NIC - if this is an on board NIC fit a new one into a PCI slot and try again.
If you are running with fixed IP addresses I have seen this before - just check that there are no duplicated preset IP addresses as well.

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Hello everyone,

I have a 2 tb external hdd made by Fantom connected by usb to a windows 7 machine. The windows 7 machine and a windows xp machine are both hardwired to a wireless router. I had everything configured correctly so both machines could access this hdd with no issues what so ever. Something changed somewhere because now the windows xp machine still has this drive mapped, i can still access the drive and see all the folders, and i can still open several of the folders and access the contents, but for some reason, some of the folders will no longer let me access them. The message i get is "\\Keith-pc\fantom\sandra is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions." I dont know what changed and why only some of the folders do this. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

A:Solved: problems accessing all files on networked external hdd

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2 computers; 1 recently upgraded from W7 Pro, 64-Bit to W10. The other computer is still running
W7 Pro, 64-Bit. I had been able to access shared folders and files without entering a username/PW between the 2 PC's. Now, when I try to access a shared folder/file on the W10 PC, the W7 PC is prompting me for network name and PW. I don't want to have a PW on my W10 PC. Is there any way around this?

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This may seem silly but I cannot access a webpage address. I bought a domain name and I have webspace from my ISP. I use a FTP client and put in the relevant details but I cannot access the files that I send there. That is I cannot find the webpage when I search for the name.

I have tried using tutorials on the web but I believe I may be inputting the incorrect details. The tutorials do not explain the construction of some of the inputs so I may not be correct with some of the details.

Can anyone point me to a idiots guide?


I am still waiting for the advent of the computer science groupie.

A:accessing webpages

when you purchased the domain name , how did you ask for it to be set up to point to your ISP webspace ?
you need the numbers of the name servers for your webspace. then go to your registrar and change the DNS settings to point to your ISP name servers

I have had to use a forwarding service to get this work in the past (freeparking)

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Hey I currently use DSL and run under windows xp. Currently having a problem with my computer. Instant messager programs are working fine but when I click on a link or type in a web address on a browser, it will act like a broken link ("This page can not be displayed.......) or just say "Done" on the status bar without doing anything. I called sprint tech support and they assure me I have a great connection up to my computer so it's something on my system, possibly a browser hijacker. I ran "hijack this" and I'll post my log here while I am at it. My computer says I am connected to the internet but the browser does not respond. If I disconnect and then reconnect, it will work VERY briefly. I have tried using IE, Netscape, and Firefox and they all act like that. Is this enough information? And can anybody help me on this issue? Thanks in advance.

A:having problems accessing webpages

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I really need help accessing secure webpages over the internet.By this I mean I cannot access my hotmail account or e-mail accounts on other secure websites.When I try to load the page it just says page cannot be found.Does anyone know how to fix this?Thanks in advance.

A:accessing secure webpages

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I'm working on a Windows XP Media Center computer that seems to be having difficulty accessing web pages...specifically scripted pages. As an example, from Internet Explorer 6.0 if I try to access the webmail from comcast.net: http://www.comcast.net/qry/goto?app=mail&CM.src=top where there is a ? in the address
it will immediately go to page not found saying that it can not connect to the specified page. I have made sure that I have SSL and TLS selected in the options, I have turned off the pop-up blocker and uninstalled all antivirus and firewalling software. I have also tried installing Firefox to see if this works however firefox will not access any webpages at all nevermind the ones that IE is having issues with. I am using DHCP and am getting an IP address without an issue and can obviously see the internet since I can visit some webpages in IE.

Does anyone have any idea? I am running out of options besides from reformatting.

Thank you,

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Need Help have an Pentium 2 with win 98 se the only problem is that it used to belong to a company that went out of business and was on a network that blocked out internet access via the lan. it was no problem until i got broadband and installed a new network card. and reactivated the security somehow it allows me to ping but not connect to the Internet via a browser not even on dial up. I have searched everywhere even the register for any clues. but i have to admit now i am lost for direction. I am hoping that i will not have to reinstall and lose over 2 years of useless programs that I am sure i will never use until the are gone. and ideas

Thanks in advance for any help

A:interesting problem with old networked computer

When you're logging on to the system, is is trying to log onto a domain? Or do you know if it used to be part of a domain? Because these (lack of internet and internet connection wizard) are Group Policy security settings.

Try removing it from the domain (if it is on one), don't forget it doesn't need to be physically connected because credentials are cached. Removing from a domain is tricky without the domain controller, however someone might know how to do it.

let us know

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I have networked two computer with printers attached to each.
PC1 is “guy”, with a brother printer attached
PC2 is “Susan” with a HP 1100 attached

In the past I had no difficulty with networking the computers and have access from each computer to each of the printers.

I up graded the computer Susan and I am now having a few problems that I never had before.

After I perform the Network Setup Wizard on each of the computers (in many different methods) I am having the following problems.

First, every now and then I am getting the following message after double clicking on Entire Network then Microsoft Windows Network:

Entire Network
Not enough storage is available to process this command.

If I wait a few moments I will get the MSHOME and am allowed to click on that.
After this I do see both guy and Susan. If I double click on guy I see items pop up.
If I click on Susan I get the following message:

\\Susan is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions.

The network path is not found.

Of course I can not add the printer from Susan either. Though I have had no problem adding the printer from guy to Susan. And it prints properly.

What am I doing wrong…

Thank you in advance for your time and consideration….


A:Solved: Problem with permissions to a networked Computer

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i posted this last week, but apparently my post was deleted.

We have a computer hooked up to a network printer. When I log on as Administrator, I can print no problem. When I log in using the regular public profile(I work in a library), I cannot print. I've tried making new shortcuts, etc. but I am frustrated. Our IT doesn't really care, as this problem has been going on for quite some time.
If anyone can offer any suggestions, it would be greatly appreciated.

A:Printer Problem on a Windows XP Networked computer (moved from XP)

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Hi. i am a windows xp user and i have a home network which connects 4 laptops together. on one of my laptops, the printer is connected and shared for the other users to access. the problem is that when i try to access that computer from this computer by going to start.. run.. \\meer (which is that computers name), it asks me to type in a username and password. i dont have to do this for any other of the three computers i have set up. its really bothering me! what should i do??? how can i get rid of it from asking me the username and password so i can access the computer itself and the printer???

by the way.. \\meer runs windows xp pro!

A:problem accessing another computer on network

What do all the other computers run?

I presume it's a peer-to-peer workgroup?

Things to check:
1) Is the guest account enabled on the XP Pro machine?
2) If you go Network Places > Entire Network > Microsoft Windows Network > [workgroup name] can you see the computer there?

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I can't open COMPUTER MANAGEMENT and the other stuff inside Administrator tools...
It gives a pop-up message saying:- "E:\windows\system32\compmgmt.msc ACCESS DENIED"
I have added a screen shot PLZ help ..


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I'm having a problem networking two computers togather i'm using a crossover cable. I have done this alot, but ran into a problem. Usually I can just give it common workgroup and static ips and make one of the computers the defualt gateway. It seems that its working pop's up with a username and password logon. but it's not working just keeps popping up with the same popup screen. So I made a common admin on both computers, and same password. It's a unneeded step but i'm just troubleshooting. If anyone has any ideas and could help I would be thankful

A:Solved: network problem not accessing another computer

fix the problem, if your having the same problem message me and i'll help but it's a very long process so i'm not going to type it in here

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I recently got a virus (in my OTHER computer) and although it appears to be removed I will be submitting my HJT logfile in a separate post (under security).

However, in the meantime, if I try to access this site I can't. I continually receive a message stating that "to POST to this site, the domain must be added to the whitelist by the administrator".

I've searched around and all references to any "whitelist" involve email.

So... how can I get my OTHER computer to login to this tech site?

Thanks for any suggestions.


A:Solved: Problem with accessing THIS site on another computer


This problem has been resolved through a simple System Restore. I'll post my virus issue in the appropriate forum.

This thread can be closed now. Thanks

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Hi there,

I have a relatively new Dell computer that was, up until recently networked wih 4 other computers. My roommate who did the networking did something to the computer so that he could control everything from his laptop (when the password screen popped up, he had to use his wireless keyboard from his laptop to enter it into the Dell).

Here is my problem - my roommate moved out (and very far away) and when I go to turn on my Dell computer now, the password screen pops up, but the mouse and keyboard that is plugged in do not work. I've tried a USB keyboard and a PS2 keyboard and neither work.

I know the password, but is there anything I can do to enable my keyboard and mouse?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


A:Computer was networked, now it's not.

I would consider asking which program he used to do this to you computer, throw me reply with that information. My guess is that a driver is installed that is still in "lock-out" state... Attempt to load in safe mode for now. When you post back, I'll seek a permanent solution for you! =D Cheers!

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I have a 300 mhz p2 running windows 98. How do i set up a dvd-rom to play with software from another computer that is networked to it. I am able to print and access files from the other computer. When I launch the dvd player software on my computer -I get a message that the dvd on the other computer does not exist. Does anyone have experience getting a dvd to play with software loaded on a networked computer. I need step by step instructions or clues about how to set it up. Thankyou for any help!

A:using networked dvd-rom from another computer

I am not aware of any DVD playing software that supports this. DVD players work by accessing the drive directly, which can't be done over a network.

You can access the drive, copy files from it, etc... but play movies? I don't think there is any way.

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I am buying a new computer and I was wondering if the following was feasible and/or legal:

I have Windows XP on one computer. My thought was to make a 'ghost' of my old computer and put it on my new one. I then would network the two. Is that something that is legal or should I just bite the bullet and buy another OS? My idea is still to ghost one. Is that the best way of 'transferring' my files?


A:Networked Computer

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Hello, there first of all ,, I love you guys,, you have said the complaint computer 4 or 5 times in the last 7 months since i found you. Here's my problem, we have two computers (and I don't know alot of the lingo but i understand it) mine is the host and we networked it to the second, mainly so we can share internet capabilities. It's networked with a 30$ server but seems to do the job. He is a kaza lite fan but recently found a torrent to download from,, when he is downloading (which today he had 4 going ) my system drags or won't bring up more than home pages. He went in and shut down the downloads but my system is still dragging and i keep getting that wonderful ( i page cannot be found message) trying to get in here tonight took one hour and 10 mins.. Is there anyway to protect my system so he can download without it dragging my system down??

A:downloading on a networked computer

Yes. Buy a cheap router and get him off your NIC!

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At my work there's a room with computers for the public to use and everything is running smoothly and they are all able to print apart from one.

The problem machine recently had a corrupt windows install so I fixed that and now it's working and connected to the network/on the internet but I'm completely unable to get it to print.

It says I need to add a printer so I go to control panel and pick the printers and faxes section and to use the option for adding a printer but can't pick the existing printer that all the other computers use.

Add printer wizard - next - network printer/printer attached to another computer - browse for printers.

Here's where the problem lies - it comes up with the option of clicking Microsoft Windows Network but doesn't display the actual Network that all the computers are on, there's no add sign so I can't expand it.

If I try to press next it says 'you need to specify a valid network printer name'

I've been on another computer, looked at the settings on it for printers, found the right printer and then wrote the exact name into where you can type on the add printers screen but it doesn't like it.

I'm not sure what to do about this don't like printers or networking, not my thing at all! - any suggestions are welcome and thanks in advance guys!

A:Can't add networked printer to computer?

hmm; XP vs Vista vs Win/7 ??
What OS is the printer attached to and what OS's are trying to access it?

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Internet is running slow on this one and it is networked with my first computer (Which was cleaned by OT--thanks again)I have run the following online programsTrend Micro HousecallBit DefenderPandaI also have spybot search & destroySpyware guardspyware blaster ad aware (may not be set up properly)Currently running Nortons 2004 antivirususing XP firewallThanks heapsLogfile of HijackThis v1.99.1Scan saved at 6:49:04 PM, on 5/20/2005Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)Running processes:C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\csrss.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXEC:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exeC:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSetMgr.exeC:\Program Files\Norton AntiVirus\navapsvc.exeC:\Program Files\Norton AntiVirus\SAVScan.exeC:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccEvtMgr.exeC:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\Security Center\SymWSC.exeC:\Program Files\CyberLink\Po... Read more

A:Im networked & other computer had viruses

Hi ozfemme. I'm back. I only see a couple of missing file items to clean up. There are currently no signs of viruses or malware. Let's fix the items and then do some standard cleanup maintenance.Step #1Start HijackThis and click the Scan button to perform a scan. Look for the following items and click in the checkbox in front of each item to select it:O2 - BHO: (no name) - {549B5CA7-4A86-11D7-A4DF-000874180BB3} - (no file)O2 - BHO: (no name) - {FDD3B846-8D59-4ffb-8758-209B6AD74ACC} - (no file)Now close ALL open windows except HijackThis and click the Fix Checked button to finish the repair.Step #2Download CleanUp! and install it. Start CleanUp! and click on the CleanUp! button. Let it run to completion. It may take a few minutes depending on the size of your hard drive so be patient.Step #3OK. Reboot your computer normally, start HijackThis and perform a new scan. Use the Add Reply button to post your new log file back here along with details of any problems you encountered performing the above steps and I will review it when it comes in.OT

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It just occurred to me that I don't know how this works.

When I share files, are they transferred via my router, the internet, directly computer to computer, black magic?

Inquiring minds want to know

A:How do networked computer communicate?

When the computers are attached to a LAN, they communicate directly with one another. The use SMB and CIFS to move files across the network.

A router routes traffic between 2 networks, namely your internal home network and your ISP's network.

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Hey I am posting this from another computer...
I have an old HP Pavilion 512c

XP Home Edition SP2

ipconfig/all says (and sorry I decided to type all of it in)

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name : qzqkss7
Primary Dns Suffix :
Node Type : Unknown
IP Routing Enabled : No
WINS Proxy Enaled : No
​Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

Connection - specific DNS Suffix :
Description : Realtek RTL8139 Family PCI Fast Ethernet NIC
Physical Address : 00-40-2B-29-B2-54
Dhcp Enabled : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled : Yes
IP Address :
Subnet Mask :
Default Gateway :
DHCP Server :
DNS Servers :

Lease Obtained : Wenesday, OCT. 03, 2007 7:38:35 PM
Lease Expired : Thursday, OCT. 04, 2007 5:01:28 PM

Also I don't exactly know how to ping on computers, I am sure it is extremely easy though..

Thank you for your help ahead of time!

A:Networked Computer Can't get online

If you typed the Default Gateway incorrectly (expect open a Command (DOS) window and type

ping www.yahoo.com

For each do you get Replies or do you get all packets lost?

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Ok guys/gals,

I have searched but all I find are dead threads or not quite what I'm looking for.

Here is what I'm trying to do, I have 3 computers running win7 (1 hp & 2 ult) and I would like to be able to sit at any one of them and log-in to my Account Name and see my files,desktop,favs. ect.... And have them synced together... i.e. ... If I add a file to my default computer and then logoff and go to another computer on my network and login to my Account, the file would be there too. I hope this makes since. I do already have them networked, file sharing, streaming.

If you need any other info just let me know. Thanks

A:Log-in to my user account from any networked computer?


I'm wondering if a simple solution would be to change the location of your 'My Documents' (Properties/Location) to a common NAS or shared folder location on all machines? I've done this across different hard drives on the same PC but I've not tried it across a network address but it may be worth trying.


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For some reason i cant access the internet through my networked computer. Any ideas? Where di i start? I have tried all the help menus but end up going round and round in circles. Please Help

A:cant access the internet the networked computer

You could tell us what kind of computer it is, what sort of network, whether it has ever connected to the internet and what sort of internet connection you have. As much detail as possible please.

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This all started with a upgrade of motherboard and cpu from p67 to z68 w/ivy bridge. Expected a few problems but no these. First problem was Nvida driver crashing so first I updated driver, still same crashing decided I would do a clean install, first went into safe mode deleted driver and cleaned with Driver sweepr 3.2.0 rebooted went to desktop and installed last really good driver 295.73 whql.
Rebooted got to desktop and everything looked good. Decided to try to view video stored on other networked computer. Five minutes of playing and BSOD!

Driver Irql_Not_Less_Or_Equal

0X000000d1 (0x000000000000002A, 0x0000000000000002, 0X00000000000000000, 0Xfffff8800285FC92)

TCIP.sys -Address FFFFF8800185FC92 Base FFFFF8800180000 Date Stamp 5034F727

Got this from Windows Check fo a Solution
Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.
Locale ID: 1033
Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: d1
BCP1: 000000000000002A
BCP2: 0000000000000002
BCP3: 0000000000000000
BCP4: FFFFF8800185FC92
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 256_1

A:BSOD while streaming from networked computer

Hello Frosty It is Intel Ethernet that caused the crash.

* *
* Bugcheck Analysis *
* *

Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

BugCheck D1, {2a, 2, 0, fffff8800185fc92}

Unable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\e1q62x64.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for e1q62x64.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for e1q62x64.sys
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for win32k.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for win32k.sys
Probably caused by : e1q62x64.sys ( e1q62x64+239e9 )

Followup: MachineOwner
Update it from Download Center.

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I have made a similar post to this a few days ago but it was kind of confusing so i have decided to make a new post,


Say i have 2 computers, computer 1 and 2.

I want to edit the registry of computer 2 from computer 1 (i.e just run a .reg file on computer 2)
But i don't know how and computer 2's share permissions is read only.
I have used PSEXEC but it seems that you need the permission to be set to writable because i get an access is denied error when using it.
and i CANNOT access computer 2..

A:Editing registry from a networked computer

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I have two computers networked in one room. One of the computers has a good sound system which I would love to use when accessing the second computer. Soo I was just wondering if anybody knows any way I can hear the sound on a networked computer?

Thanks in advance.

A:Play audio on networked computer.

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On my home network, the other Win 10 PC is suddenly showing in my taskbar near the task view icon. I like the idea and would like to set the other Win 10 machine to do the same but I can't find out how or why it decided to show up. Google has been of no help.

If anyone here knows, please clue me in. Thanks!!

A:Networked computer showing in taskbar

Sorry. It somehow found it's way into a folder I had created for an additional toolbar. It ended up just being a worthless static shortcut

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My house has recently been wired with a wireless DSL network. Everything works very well except for one computer which does not seem to acknowledge any sort of DSL connection at all. I know there is no problem with the DSL because the it can be accessed from any other computer in the house. For some reason, this one computer does not connect. Any idea what might be going on? If u need more details just let me know. Thanx a lot


A:Networked computer cannot find DSL server

Does the router have the capacity for all the PC's? Is the computer in question in an area where the signal is not strong enough to make a connection?

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I can see the computer--on a peer to peer network. I keep getting a permissions error, but I've checked everything--turned off firewalls, turned on sharing, shared several folders, etc. Any other ideas?

The computer I can't connect to is runnng XP-Home.

A:Keep getting error trying to connect to networked computer

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Greeting and Salutations: I have a conundrum here. I have within my home three networks that work fine with each other for the most part. All devices hook to each individual network and is able to access the internet. But I would like to understand how to configure my networks to use peripherals across multiple domains with different IP addresses, especially a printer, my Brother MFC 9330CDW. If I could make this work it would make life so much easier. I would like to keep them departmentalized to a certain degree so that I can see what is on the other networks but they cannot see me. This way I know what is going on and I can help the people that is on the upstairs from downstairs. Like monitor the Brother printer. Anyhoo... Here is my configuration: My primary network... (DHCP IP address: ...consists of an Arris Motorola Surfboard broadband Wireless router with the wireless turned off. There are three devices connected to this router that are network cable driven. The TP-Link Archer C7 Dual Band 802.11ac WiFi Router. A Visio SmartTV, and a D-Link DIR-655 Wireless N 300 router. My secondary network... (DHCP IP address: ...consists of the TP-Link Archer C7 Dual Band 802.11ac WiFi Router in which connects a Windows 7 32-bit desktop, a TiVo Premiere, a Windows 7 HP Pavilion and a couple of casting devices (an EZ-Cast and a Chromecast), and a Visio SmartTV that is wireless but I am utilizing a network cable. Since the TP-Link is a... Read more

A:A Three Networked Home - Computer is on one, Printer on the other

My apologies in advance for my aforementioned posting. I tried to edit it and make paragraphs when warranted. But short form rewriting the whole conundrum, I copied and pasted it from another forum I am also privy to as well.

Thanks for your help, in advance... Happy Holidays.

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Hello all, i have a problem at my school that i am now stuck with. we have 40 xp pro computers running of a 2003 server which is our only server so is acting as our dhcp server etc. all is running fine apart from we have 14 new windows 7 home computers to be used as standalone computers in the classes. i have set up 8 allready and they are great but the last 5 ( plus any other new computers we add) seem to have a problem. when you are on the computer the internet does not work and it shows a yellow ! by the clock and in the network area it shows the network as unknown. the suddenly it well be fine and work. during the internet loss error all the other computers are still fine (they all go through one router in the school) also if you try and ping the server from one of the computers with the problem it auto changes the ping to its own ipaddress. also if you try and ping the gateway it can not find it. then it all starts working again and all is fine for a while then it goes again in no pattern. all 5 computers plus another model we brought have this problem. the other 9 new ones are fine. i have checked the server event log and nothing in there, i also had another company check the server and they said it was find and also that it must be find for the rest of the computers to be working. i tried a repar connection during the error and it came back saying it could be a dns error (but how??) or it said it can't find the gateway (the others can). i tried putting a manual ip... Read more

A:internet loss on just some networked computer on and off

Please show for one of the problematic computers when working and when not working ...

Start, Run, CMD, OK to open a command prompt:
(For Vista or 7 type CMD in the Search box after Start)

Type the following command:


[Note that there is no space between the slash and ALL.]

Right click in the command window and choose Select All, then hit Enter.
Paste the results in a message here.

If necessary use a text file and removable media to copy the results to a computer with internet access.
If this PC is using a Wi-Fi connection also please attach a screen shot of the Networks page (don't collapse the Radar, Connection or Signal History) of the Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector. If you need help with that see TSG Posting a Screenshot. FWIW to take screen shots with Windows 7 or Vista I prefer to use the built-in Snipping Tool.

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I wanted to remove some startup items from my computer, however, there is no such thing as msconfig (it is Windows 2000). I downloaded an msconfig file, but there wasn't anything much on there. I know more starts up on my computer and I was wondering how I find my actual start menu. Thinking something different needs to happen since this is a LAN computer. Thanks.

A:Startup Menu for Networked Computer

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My company gave me a computer, that used to be part of a network, for my personal use at home. I was using it at first as a terminal just disconnected from the network, but then played around in the admin/users area and changed (i think) to an un-networked computer. I know get error messages that pop up only upon starting and shutting down my computer. Once I click OK they go away, and everything seems to work fine...but they are kind of bothersome and I would like to know how to get rid of them if possible. The error message reads:

"Access violation at address 00426059 in module "WMP54GSv1_1.exe". Read of address 00000368."

Any suggestions?

A:Error messages on a formerly networked computer

WMP54GSv1_1.exe is part of linksys if you have something installed from them like a wireless card or software uninstall the driver then reinstall.

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I have a network with two xp computers, three vista computers and an xp file server called server1. They all worked fine for a year or so and then the vista computers suddenly quit connecting to server1. When browsing to it a username and password dialog comes up but no user name/password was accepted. Tried having same users etc. The vista pc's would connect by ip but our database software uses the name path to operate. So, I wiped the server and installed Vista ulitmate on it. The problem is STILL there. The xp machines can connect but not the vista. I tried renaming the server from server1 to serverx and the vista machines can all connect now. The problem is, the database is hard coded to use server1 and there are issues with trying to change that. So, I need to use server1 for the name. Any ideas on what could be causing the problem?

A:Networked computer can't connect by specific name

I don't know why it works some or much of the time. "Server" seems to be some kind of special name. Look at the following from my machine. I get the same result with "server" or anything that begins with those 6 letters. And there's nothing in my network with anything remotely resembling the name "server.)

Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

C:\Documents and Settings\Terry>ping server1 -n 1

Pinging server1.Belkin [] with 32 bytes of data:

Reply from bytes=32 time=40ms TTL=242

Ping statistics for
Packets: Sent = 1, Received = 1, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 40ms, Maximum = 40ms, Average = 40ms

C:\Documents and Settings\Terry>

In my router's LAN settings is a place to assign a "Local Domain Name." It is set to the (default) "Belkin." Since that shows up (server1.Belkin) maybe using no Local Domain Name, or assigning a static IP to the computer, would get rid of that unwanted (for you) association.

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I run win 98se on my second (networked) computer and cannot access hotmail,it keeps asking me to reenter my password.I can access hotmail no problem from my main computer(xp pro).
I have norton internet security installed on both machines and have it configured to allow access either way to both computers.
Is there anything else i need to set in order to make this work.
Do i even need norton internet security on my second computer?(98se)


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My machine is a Pentium D, intel motherboard DQ965GF with 3 gigs of ram; XP Professional; 2 serial ATA hard drives totaling 160 gigs; networked with linksys router and wireless access point to a laptop. The other computer on the network is a Dell 4600. The Dell has been working fine for four years with a linksys powerline bridge. We had a thunderstorm and the Dell lost its connection. I tried many things, including resetting all equipment. Nothing helped. I then plugged the Dell into a Linksys wireless bridge, using the wireless access point, which got the Dell online for a day and then stopped. Today I replaced the motherboard's built-in adapter with a linksys adapter. The Dell now shows that it is connected, but we still can't get online. My computer has had no problems. Does anyone have any ideas about where to go from here?

A:Networked computer connected but can't get online

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I've been banging my head on the wall for several days on this one. I did a lot of searches and tried numerous suggestions, but have had no luck as of yet.

My Windows 7 Ultimate x64 machine recently stopped being able to communicate with any other machines on the network. It can ping them by name, but can't browse to any shared folders or use any shared services. I do have one networked printer, but access was via http so it seems to work. The big problem is that I have some Windows XP machines that have shared folders and shared printers and I can not access them.

Here are the details of my setup.

- Linksys WRT54G router drives the internet (updated to latest firmware)
- Windows 7 Ultimate x64 machine plugged directly into WRT54G ethernet port
- Epson Workforce printer plugged into ethernet port
- 2 Windows XP machines connected via wireless
- 1 Windows 7 32-bit laptop connected via wireless

Since the Epson worked fine I thought may it is a wireless issue or maybe an issue connecting from Windows 7 to Windows XP. I went through hundreds of forum posts about people with issues connecting to XP with no luck (i.e. network discovery is on, file/print sharing is enabled, all machines on the same Workgroup, etc.). All of the various XP machines can see each other, ping each other, and browse each other's shared folders. In fact, all of said machines are capable of browsing the Windows 7 64-bit machine's shared folders, but it can't browse theirs.

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A:Windows 7 computer can't see other networked computers

Sorry to hear about your problems, I recently had a problem with this especially trying to communicate Windows XP Home 32 to Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit. IT sounds like you have all your bases covered but I would recommend disabling your firewall(s) temporarily and seeing if you can communicate. Lemme know how this goes for you.

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