Windows 7 home networking

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Networking' started by zabel, Apr 28, 2010.

  1. zabel

    zabel New Member

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    to date i have had a home network since windows 95

    ENTER THE WORLD OF VISA/WINDOWS 7

    1. start > control panel > home group = join home group
    2. select what ever you you want to share
    3. type in the password ( now comes the problem i never had one ever and my install is about 5 months old)

    i got my daughter a lop top for her 18th when i set it up for her this one came up with a password for home network.
    so using this password i now have a password for my desktop my laptop and her's.

    but i dont want to connect via her lap top i want the network set up on the desk top so back to the desktop step 1,2,3 above as (3) is the only password i have.

    All i get is your network must have ipv6 installed into network settings, so into network settings i go and yes it enabled, as far as i know ipv6 is only for large web addresses why do i need this on a home network.
    any advice on this problem, thanks:)

    all PC's and lap tops running Windozzz7
    god why do microsoft mess things up Xp was a top system:cool:
     
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