Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 220.127.116.11 OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium , 64 bit Processor: AMD Sempron(tm) M120, AMD64 Family 16 Model 6 Stepping 2 Processor Count: 1 RAM: 1788 Mb Graphics Card: AMD M880G with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4200 , 336 Mb Hard Drives: C: Total - 224515 MB, Free - 125199 MB; D: Total - 13654 MB, Free - 2267 MB; F: Total - 101 MB, Free - 95 MB; Motherboard: Hewlett-Packard, 363F, 42.15, Base Board Serial Number Antivirus: Microsoft Security Essentials, Updated and Enabled
i have a computer that is on my home network that i am trying to disable. the person no longer lives with us and it is still showing that there computer is connected to our WiFi ? our internet provider is At&t.
My main computer is a desktop PC, which is in my upstairs study. It is connnected wirelessly to the internet, and the Virgin router is downstairs in the living room. This has worked perfectly for 2 years. The computer uses Windows 7 ultimate. (COMPUTER 1), I recently purchased a laptop (COMPUTER 2) and installed Windows 7 ultimate. This uses the same wireless connection and at first I had no problem setting up a homegroup so that I could watch videos stored on Computer 1 on the laptop. The first problem is that the homegroup stopped working some time ago and when both computers are switched on, I get the message on both computers: "no other homegroup computers are currently available."
I figured I could leave the homegroup and start again but if I try to leave on either computer I get the error message: "Windows couldn't remove your computer from the homegroup." In services, both the Homegroup settings (listener and provider) are started, as are the peer networking options. I have tried disabling them and re-starting to no avail. Now, this hasn't been a major problem because I have still been able to access files on Computer 1 via Computer 2 by clicking on network>Computer1>user. But here is where it gets complicated. I have now purchased another desktop PC (COMPUTER 3) which I intend to place in the living room and connect to my TV, so that I'm not constantly connecting wires from my laptop (computer 2) if I want to watch something on the big screen. Again, Windows 7 ultimate installed.
I shared some folders in my C drive and turned off password protected sharing in the network and sharing centre from control panel. However, when I use my Seagate FreeAgent Theatre + to access the files shared online, it keeps asking me to log in with a username and password. How to I disable this?
Well there are 2 PC in my LAN:NBNotebook WiFi connection to my router NETGEAR DGN2200v3 Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1 DSKDesktop Cabled connection to my router NETGEAR DGN2200V3 Windows XP Home Edition 32bit SP3 If from DSK I try to access NB shared folders through network, everything is fine.If from NB I try to access DSK shared folders through network, the following window appears:The strange thing is that this problem seems to occur randomly! Sometimes it occurs, sometimes not (during the same session of usage of NB). This is annoying because usually I need to work with NB on files which are stored in DSK through local network, so if I need to apply a change to a file, sometimes I won't have a chance to do that.
Some minutes ago I configured DSK and NB so that the account for both has the same username and password.When on NB I try to access DSK shared folders, the window I posted above appears, I fill the data but neither this time I have granted access...This is what happens:- I reset NB WiFi connection- Using NB I try to access DSK shared folders --> everything is ok- About 5 minutes passes- Using NB I try to access DSK shared folders --> the authentication window appears, I fill the username and password fields but they won't be recognized