Recently I've changed my all local I.P. series in the server from 192.168..to 10.219..& the server 2008 providing through DHCP.So, I've to re mapped the share folder to change the path in every system.But few files in 1 PC are still keeps the old share folder path when trying to open & failing or taking long time! NOT all files in that machine
I have a server connected to my router with a CAT5. I usually manage the server from my laptop connected to the router via WLAN. I often need to add files to a public folder on the server so it can be dowloaded by my clients when they need them. I can access my personal laptop from the server, but I cannot access the server's files from my laptop. This is recent and used to work fine. I also cannot acces other personal computers on my network that I often connect to
I have always connected to other computers in my network, including my file server, and all of a sudden, it will not work. This is only happening on one computer. You can connect fine on all the others. I am running Windows 7 SP1, and in the network window, I can see the computers, but when I click on them to connect, it says "The network path was not found". If I access them via their IP in windows explorer, then I can access them . I have never seen this before. I attempted to disable Norton, I even un-installed it, and it still does the same thing.
On my home LAN I have computers running Ubuntu 10.10, Win XP, Win7 32 bit and Win 7 64 bit, as well as an Iomega Home Network Media Drive. I can share files and folders between Ubuntu and XP without problem. I can CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) to the Iomega device from all the computers. I can share folders when using the 64-bit Win 7 computer that are located on the XP computer.
I can see the 'users/Public' folder on the 64bit Win 7 computer from the XP computer (but that folder being empty, this access is not a lot of use - a secondary probelm). I cannot see my 'user name' files/folders on the Win 7 computer from the XP computer
From Computer, Network on the Win 7 computer I can see the Ubuntu computer by name (approximately - it's all in upper case, which is not correct as far as Ubuntu is concerned).
I cannot access files on the Ubuntu computer via its name - I receive the usual 'network path not found' error, inviting me to check the spelling of the computer, which I can see is wrong, but which I can find no way to correct.
If I try to access the Ubuntu computer by IP address, then I am presented with an 'Enter Network Password' panel. I have never allocated a network password, so I have no idea what user name or password to enter here. If I enter my valid account name forthe Win 7 machine, along with its valid password, then a Logon failure is reported: 'unknown user name or bad password'. If I use the single valid user name and password for the target Ubuntu computer, I receive the same failure message. I thought I had set the same user name on both computers (I certainly have the same password), but for reasons best known to Bill Gates, the username on the Win 7 computer has been initially capitalised, making it absolutely not the same as any valid user name on the Ubuntu computer.
So, in short, I can find no way to access the Ubuntu computer from Win 7. Further more the Ubuntu computer cannot see the Win 7 computer in the windows network at all.
I have the same internet security software (Comodo) running on all Windows computers. It is enabled on the XP computer. It is disabled on the Win 7 computer - but with no effect on the failure to connect.
have just set up a WLC 4402 as a Guest WLAN controller on the DMZ of our network. I have successfully managed to get our internal controllers to connect to it, with the exception of 1. it says the control path is up but the data path is down. the other 14 controllers worked fine, and in testing the last one was OK but it is now not working properly. the 2 controllers can ping each other but just won't create the data tunnel. there is a firewall in the middle but that has been set up to allow traffic between the 2 groups of controllers to be unrestricted.
the internal controllers are 4404's and all controllers are running the same version of code. 184.108.40.206.
I've got a windows server 2003 running a big application (sage1000) but suddenly it seems that users cannot access the server by unc path.i've also test to access \server on the server itself doesen't work.
I have 50GB storage on box.com and DropBox.So i just want to back up my files there.Web interface just sucks and offers no customization.Their desktop programs are only to sync, and dont do much to just upload.I dont wanna sync folders, i just want to upload files!
I was wondering what settings need to be set, and what needs to be done on both computes, i have Printer sharing up and running with no problems but i can't seem to get my mac to be detected on my main Windows 7 PC. I am able to connect to my Windows 7 PC but can't seem to get my mac to show up. Also i have connected it to the Windows 7 workgroup and still nothing.
I have a desktop computer connected by ethernet (VISTA) and a Windows7 laptop by wireless. I am trying to share folders have got the share saying no passwords and yet when I click on a folder it asks for user name and password, no passwords have been set to open either computers.
I've just got a brand new 1 TB external hard drive. I want to use this to back my computer files on. I move back to University soon and ill probably get robbed, so i was thinking, if I were to leave this new drive back home on my old machine, could i put files onto it over the internet? Of course id have to make sure the machine at home is on but thats no problem.
I have a small office network of 6 computers. I have just added the 6th computer running windows 7 home premium to the network and having a few problems. We are running sage accounts system and i cant connect to the main computer that is acting as the hub which runs of windows xp to acces the sage data.The main computer is visible on the network along with all other computers on the network but i cannot connect to it. when i click on it a box appears titles 'windows security' it asks me to 'enter network password' and says below 'enter your network password to connect to cornwall-31aae0' which is the name for the hub pc.
I type in the username and password for that computer and press ok and nothing happens the box flashes and remains the same as if stuck in a continual loop. i have tried various combinations of usernames and passwords including using the computer name as a username and none work.i have played around with the settings changing workgroups and network names etc to match the hub pc and none work either. i have disabled and enabled password protected sharing etc and none of this works either. i seem to have tried everything and also tried matching the settings so that it is the same to another pc on the network running windows 7 also but still makes no difference.
I need to do a backup on our laptop prior to beginning the malware removal process. I need to move 22GB+. There is plenty of room on our desktop to store the files.Would it be best to use file sharing between the 2 PCs? They are both USB connected to the same router. Or, is it possible to transfer the files by connecting them directly to each other via USB?
0ave a WRT110 that provides the hub between an xp, vista and a windows 7 machine but I can't seem to find a way to share files between them.Mapping a network drive, making sure all permissions are set on all machines Es there something like a service that isn't started that isn't started? and is it not started on all systems. I'm going nuts trying to prepare for the up coming school season so that all my kids can get what they need from their individual bedrooms (no cheating that way).
I am having trouble with my network, specifically printer and file sharing. I have 3 computers, (2 wired, 1 wireless) The network hasn't worked for quite a while. I just hooked up a new (wired) computer and it won't work on the network either. With the wireless computer, if I click on "view workgroup computers" I can see all the computers but cannot access them. With the 2 wired computers, I always get the message, "MSHOME is not accessible," etc. Funny thing is, the network used to work. I don't know what happened to it. I just formatted this new wired computer and loaded XP on it, used the network setup wizard, but keep getting the "not accessible" message. However, last month, I was working on my mom's computer and I put it on my network (hardwired). I had just formatted it and put XP on it and with that computer, I was able to access the laptop computer through the network.I have tried several times to create a new network by using the network setup wizard but it keeps saying that MSHOME is unavailable.I am using XP service pack 3 on all computers, Zone Alarm on 2 of the computers (the router and the new computer), and Windows Firewall on the other wired computer. I can access the Internet with all 3 computers.
I have my Windows 7 computer and my daughters computer with Windows Vista networked over a wired home LAN. For the most part, everything seems to work fine. I can access files on her computer, and she can access files from mine (photos, music, video, etc.). I set up a shortcut icons on her desktop for easy access to specific folders I am sharing on my computer. Unfortunately, when I share a folder on my computer, she is unable to view any files added after I initially shared it. So I routinely have to go in and share the folder again. It's not a huge issue, but it is annoying. The limitation seems to be one way, as I can access newly added files on her computer, without resharing.
Don't know if in right place and not sure how to use this stuff i',m 61 and not real computer literate and don't type very well but i would like to know how to get 2 of my programs that are on my desktop and use on laptop but want to get on there with all the info in there so i don't have to retype it all again.
I am trying to share some files from my windows desktop PC, other windows devices on the network can access those files, but a laptop that runs Ubuntu and a WD TV Live, which runs its own OS cannot access the shared files. I had this problem a few weeks ago but it somehow fixed it self but the problem is back again.
I was hoping to be able to save a file on one computer and for it to be accessed from a computer in the next room.The first computer is connected to the internet and when emails are received I would like to save them to a folder in my documents and then be able to go onto the other computer, go to my documents and open the file I just saved from computer one.
First off, for almost ever my two computers (Laptop/Desktop) linked on the same network/home group have been able to transfer files to each other over without any problem. I must have done something when Norton Expired on my Laptop which is causing the problem now. (Both running windows 7)Both computers show up in the network tabs, as normal. From my desktop I can access my laptop like I always could. I can play movies etc. but I can't make any changes or transfer files. As it says "You need permission to perfrom this action."Now from my Laptop, I can also see my Desktop in the network tabs. but I can not view anything on the computer. When I try to browse through the network tabs, I get [Windows cannot access \network error code 0x8007035].
1. I had it working before so I know they are properly connected.
2. Both computers can see eachother
3. My Desktop can browse my laptops files (but not change anything)
4. My Laptop can NOT browse my desktop as it says the network error code
5. Neither Computer has a firewall on
6. Neither Computer is running antivirus software
7. In the Homegroup sharing tabs, both computers are marked as "allowed" in the media streaming options.
Is it possible to share files and folder over wifi internet just as with wired internet ? I have 2 Laptops with built in wifi adapter. Can i make them share files and folders through wifi. (No Router or other hardware)
i have been wanting to do this LAN sharing thingy for a while now.so here's the deal.i wanna do is setup our PC's so we could create a network of our own and share files just like in LAN but not over the internet.its kinda like we would on a Homegroup in win7.also have a few more PC's on different ISP's.can they be added to the network too?
I have a Buffalo LS-XLBB2 Linkstation NAS streaming wirelessly to a Sony SMP-N200 media player. For some reason, whenever I add or edit a file on the NAS via my PC the file list is not updating on the media player.I have the database set to refresh at 20 minute intervals, but some files and folders never show up and some do after a few days. There are no problems with file type as I can play them back fine when I connect a USB drive to the media player, it just seems like the media player isn't getting a copy of the new database. When I manually refresh the database, it makes matters worse. All of the files disappear on the media player list, except for one folder (the same folder every time). The original file list comes back again if I restart the NAS and media player, but the new files are still not listed. I can access the new files on the NAS fine with my PC or laptop, so the files are there, the media player just isn't updating the file list.
Things I've tried:
- Checking that both the NAS and media player firmware is up to date
- Retarting both units
- Resetting both units to default
- Trying different files types (the first file has never shown up, the second file showed up in the list 5 days later)
- Changing the database refresh intervals on the NAS
- Manually refreshing/initialising the NAS database
The main advice on other forums seems to be to set up a media server on the PC and stream though that, but the whole idea of getting the NAS was so that I could watch videos on my TV without having to have the PC on all the time.
I have been trying for the past 5 hours to set up a home network between my old HP Pavilion Windows XP PC, which doesn't have a wireless router, and another PC, running windows 7, on my wireless network. I want to remotely access the files on my old, slow, Big Bertha computer, which is soo terribly, horribly slow, using my new Win7 PC. But it won't let me! The XP PC is connected via ethernet cable to my Belkin Wireless-N router, and the new HP Win7 PC is connected to my wireless network via wireless signal. The computers cannot see each other or find each other on the network. I have tried- renaming the workgroup name on both PCs to be the same as the wireless network SSID, Installing some worthless "topology" update for the XP computer, which it refused to install, saying it didn't need it, Connecting the XP computer directly to the Win7 PC via ethernet cable and trying to bridge the LAN and Wireless connections on the Win7 PC and the LAN and Windows Network connections on the XP computer
I have a friend with a mac laptop that I need to transfer roughly ~110 GB from. I have a laptop that dual boots Windows 7 and Kubuntu 12.10. Easiest way to directly transfer these files between our computersNeither of us has a large enough external hard drive.
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Whenever i try to download an exe file from the internet, its just get stuck at 99%. It doesn't happen with .rar or any other file. Not to mention, I was able to download net fremwork 4.0 exe installer though. I tried these things: Used different browsers. Used different download managers. Disabled firewall and AV.
Okay so I had all this set up to be simple back in windows 7.
Basically, what I did was turn off password required sharing or whatever, so all I had to do was click on networks in the left side panel when i was in My Computer and click on say, my wifes laptop and it'd open the public folder she had there, and I could drag and drop stuff into and out of it. And same for her and seeing mine.
Now that I have windows 8 on my PC It's all buggered up.
I didn't change ANY settings on HER laptop, but when I try and access it (I used it to back up important files while fresh installing w8) it's asking me for a username and password