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I'm sorry about the issue, Please right-click on start (windows logo), control panel, go to administration tools then click on services. find DNS client service and start it (you can also double click on it and choose automatic).
Do the same thing for Function Discovery Resource Publication / SSDP discovery / and UPnP Device Host services
Let me know the results please
Please make sure you select the automatic option and try again, if the problem persists please try this :
Open Network and Sharing Center by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, clicking Network and Internet, and then clicking Network and Sharing Center.
If network discovery is off, click the arrow button to expand the section, click Turn on network discovery, and then click Apply. If you are prompted for an administrator password ***** confirmation, type the password ***** provide confirmation.
Hope it work
have you tried my previous suggestion please?
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remotely to troubleshoot? I'm trying to accept the phone call offer but
there was some issue with payment method. You may want to contact your
bank or financial institution.
Hi Leo. If you'd rather not do a remote session that's no problem. If that problem PC can't see other machines on the network
I'm pretty sure it can't find a network printer either. I believe your networking protocols are corrupted. Here's how to set
Right-click the start menu button and select Command Prompt (Admin)
At the blinking prompt in the black window type the following commands, pressing Enter after each
netsh winsock resetnetsh int ipv4 resetnetsh int ipv6 resetipconfig /releaseipconfig /flushdnsnetsh int ip reset netshlog.txt
Restart the machine after executing the last command and check
if the other computers are visible and if a network printer can be found.
Either the computer is part of a domain or it isn't. There's no middle ground. Right-click the start menu button and open
Open Advanced System Settings
Click the Computer Name tab at the top left.
Is the computer in a Domain or a Workgroup?
With Control Panel open, open Network and Sharing Center
Under "View your active networks"
does it say Public or Private?