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Hello

I am having trouble with my home network. I have a laptop and desktop computer connected by network cables to a D-Link router which in turn is connected to a cable modem. I have had no trouble with them until recently. I am now unable to connect the laptop to the desktop computer. Using the laptop I can still connect ok to the internet, but I am totally unable to find the desktop computer. On the other hand using the desktop, I can connect ok to the internet and to the laptop, no problem. It is just the one way that is the trouble. I have ran the Network Setup Wizard many times but no help. When I click on My Network Places using the laptop there is nothing there in the window which opens. Using Windows Explorer, I click on My Network Places, this brings up Entire Network which in turn brings up Microsoft Windows Network. When I click on this a new window opens and tells me 'Unable to browse the network, The network is not present or not started'. As I said earlier, using the desktop computer I have no trouble in finding the laptop.

Regards
Quakers

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try \\computername when trying to connect to the computer you can't see in the network..

can you ping the other computer?
do an ipconfig... does it start with 169.254?
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do you have static addresses?

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