Unfortunately when I try to start Peer Networking Grouping I get error 1068. Once it complained about the clocks not syncronized but they are set to exactly the same time, 17 seconds difference between the 2 computers. If the key doesn't exist, please create the key above and assign the value 0 e. When i click on homegroup on either pc, i get the option to create a homegroup, never to join. And each time i go to join the network it asks me to create one. My next computers will be Apple or Linux. The only way I can get Homegroup to recognize the other computers is to leave the Homegroup and create a new Homegroup.
Anyone know which of the updates is creating this problem? If you would like to create HomeGroup on current machine, you must to leave HomeGroup on another machine first. Judging by my experience and the sheer numbers of people on the search engines who cannot get this to work you can safely say that this is far far harder than most people can possibly achieve to work. It's required that you do this on all Homegroup networked machines. I have a decent computer background and work at a college that does computer training. Exit Registry Editor, and then restart the computer. Not that I disagree but today I think it's a lot to ask folk to setup email. .
Please note, sharing the entire C: drive per the instructions above is not safe. Obviously this was a blatant lie. If it helps, each computer shows different network names. I entered the password, but it told me HomeGroup had encountered an error and could not join the HomeGroup. If you are ok with the chance of people temporarily being able to see your data then continue. I then select Windows Key and quickly press R key or just search and type services. Is there anyone out there that can help me?! On the desktop I was starting to have unusual problem with the network, home groups and hard drive.
The only reason I keep using Windows is because of my investment in Windows Apps. On my third attempt; looking at my D-link router, I realized my router's time was off. A dialogue box will appear asking for you to enter a port name. I can test it further then. My issue: When I create a home group on any computer, none of the other computers can see it. As from tonight I am the only one of numerous friends who have finally got it to work thanks to ManminderB.
Turned off all machines and turned one on to try to create a new homegroup, but with the same response, that one exists, but unable to join because then it doesn't find it. Please check if the service is started; if not, please click the Start button and see if it works. Cheers Mani : I also have a problem with Homegroup after installing the latest Windows Updates today is Aug 15, 2010. I also have a problem with Homegroup after installing the latest Windows Updates today is Aug 15, 2010. Maybe the time has come to change email so you don't have to set server names, port numbers and more? Next, and this is important. I don't understand your question exactly, as you would have created the homegroup if one already exists, otherwise it wouldn't have asked you to join the the one already created.
I didn't pay too much attention at the time, but I got a new hard dive for the 64 bit machine and did a clean Win 8. Internet Explorer, since version 7 also have major problems. The router should default to 192. Thanks for your help Nano Warp. I created a homegroup on a home network and Windows had me write down a password. So my conclusion is this is something to do with router settings.
En --------------- I used this and it really worked. The primary laptop was fine after a reboot in the Homegroup seeing everything just fine with no reported conflicting Homegroup or error. Note: If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type your password or click Continue. Hi Novak, my homegroup creation question have been answered, very thanks for that? Then again it's entirely possible I just made a mistake when i typed no network access. I then restarted both machines and same thing. Neither computer seems to realize there's an existing homegroup since neither one will give me the option to join a home group.
After joining and later restarting, the computers could not see each other via the HomeGroup. I have to agree with Perry Kincy. I cannot create a new homegroup because there was another one running on my same subnet. Peer Network Grouping - stopped 3. My Problem is, I re-installed windows 7 on my computer containing the Homegroup. So where exactly is that all coming from and what needs to be deleted to clear it? Could explain the wireless dropouts too and why when i looked at my router client list I had two machines with the same name but different ip's, should have probably twigged at that point! If by reload, you mean reinstalling Windows 10, I hesitate recommending that because it means, at least in my case, reinstalling tons of software you have already installed, but if you haven't loaded a bunch of stuff on the computer or you don't mind rebuilding your computer to it's former state, a reinstall is worth a try. Naturally I've tried the troubleshooters.
Power off any computers or devices connected to the router and reset it to factory settings. It shows that there is a home group to join but nothing happens when i type the password. Then, when you turn on a computer you are allied to create another. I'll give it a couple of minutes. As you can see Windows is getting better and better with every version. That's after telling me that the Homegroup exists and asks if I want to join it. Or is it just a problem with updated ones from a previous incarnation? Any thoughts on the fact that different computers are referring to the network by a different name? If it were my company, I would have a dedicated team to investigate complaints and resolve them.
I rebooted the laptop after the other three were clearly connected and seeing the primary laptop without issue. Do you have an option to disable it for testing purposes, just to see if that might be the issue. It's a bran new computer with a bran new install of Windows 7 64bit so all settings are default. Yeah, same issue as many, it appears. There is another HomeGroup thread running at the moment that moderators are repling to, but I don't want to hijack that users thread. I'm obviously not the only person experiencing these types of HomeGroup issues.