Driver Easy will automatically recognize your system and find the correct drivers for it. Please make your reply as an answer to close the case, or if you need further assistance, feel free to let us know. Try re-booting your routers and see whether the shares show up then. Make sure file and printer sharing is on and make sure to allow Windows to manage homegroup connections. After installing the updated driver, Restart the computer and see if the network connectivity problem on your computer has been fixed.
In the Properties screen, click on the Driver tab and select Roll Back Driver. I had a slightly different issue but similar to the extent that my Windows 10 machines wouldn't recognize eachother by name. Sharing Files with OneDrive To share files stored with OneDrive, open the the File Explorer, navigate to your OneDrive folder, and right-click on the file you want to share. I just reformatted the thing. Some days it shows the other computers, some days it doesn't, today is one of those days.
With Windows 10 version 1803, Microsoft has removed the ability to create a new HomeGroup. Signed into the new account, then immediately signed back into my account and wallah all my network computers plus my 2 Synology servers reappeared. Restart your computer, Windows should automatically reinstall the right Driver for the Network Adapter. Solution 2: Update your network adapter driver This problem could be also caused by the old or incorrect network driver. You can click Change to change the name of the workgroup. I discovered that the 'Function Discovery Provider Host' service had stopped on one of them. We can hit the Internet just fine, but if I want to print on the front desk printer from back in the office, I can't.
Nothing else appears, including A itself. This main computer was Win 7 and just upgraded to Win 10 in November. Keep hoping the next update will fix it. At work they have a windows 10 station set up to share two printers to about 10 people. I have three windows 10 laptops and each of them created their own wifi connection to the same router. Everything was working great until about a week ago. But I don't know what to do about that.
One desktop converted from win8 to win10. Like many people, I spent hours trying various suggestions gleaned online, and nothing worked. This seems to be isolated to just the Windows 10 machines. Check Computer Browser Service Those this is rare, it could be that the Computer Browser service on your computer has been disabled. Hi M8Harry, Good to hear that you have resolved it.
However, I cannot connect to the other computers. Watching this thread with interest. So, if nothing at all works for you and your Homegroup network computers are still not showing up, wait for the next update. All discovery in on for all computers as it always was. Thank you for your time and suggestion.
It doesn't any one of them as being a master browser whatever that is. On each computer, it did list the other two computers plus my printers. Let us know if you need further assistance. Firstly, you need to determine what kind of network you are on, i. Network computers not showing up can also be caused by outdated network adapter drivers.
Many Windows users are reporting it. About three weeks ago, they stopped talking to one another. They are visible to my Windows 7 and 8. It's great that worked for you, but what does it even mean? Your instructions don't match my Control Panel and sub windows. My network is set to private in Windows 10.
They used to be able to see each other and share files. We bought 2 computers with the exact same build except one had windows 10 home and the other Pro. They then will try to create one which may or may not fail as well. You can check this by right-clicking on My Computer, choosing Properties, and clicking on the Computer Name tab. The laptop is still connected to my wireless network, and had internet access, it can also see my router as a device. From the expanded list, right click on the Network Adapter for your computer and click on Uninstall See image above Note: In case you see too many entries, look for something that says Network or 802.