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In fact, directly, I could not ping the microsoft windows vista machine by either IP address, netbios name, or dns name.You might instantly think in that case that well, you must I have been at this for over 2 week a few hours every night.....many forums/boards/blogs/etc.... If there is no change from your current situation you could start replacing ethernet cables to be sure. My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Home built OS Windows 7 Ult, Windows 8.1 Pro, CPU Q9650-4.275GHz, E8600 4.5GHz, E6750-3.8GHz Motherboard Evga 780i FTW Memory G.Skill PC2 9600 this contact form

please Helpful +3 Report bones May 3, 2011 01:51PM Hello, I'm running a cybercafe with windows xp computers, hp printer and tinasoft. If so, take them out of it or remove the Home Group then try. ***Edit: I would venture to think, even though you are able to ping Vista machines with no However, computer B cannot ping A. Thanks again!

Cannot Ping Windows 7 Computer On Network

I thought about upgrading but searched google and found a solution (fingers crossed). Here is the state of play... The same goes for the Win7 PC, it can't see or ping the Vista machines either. None of this should explain failure to ping anyway Any other thoughts?

I was able to connect both ways and could view machines. No fear, all you need to do is select "This account", enter LOCAL SERVICE and in the Password and Confirm Password boxes just enter the password as the user you are Hm, now what? Cannot Ping Computer On Same Network Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Network & Sharing » User Name Remember Me?

In here click the dropdown box 'Protocol Type' and navigate for ICMPv4. Post with any further changes or results please. Grimmaz View Public Profile Send a private message to Grimmaz Find all posts by Grimmaz View User's Maul Profile In my case, I disabled it as a way to remove complexity. BleepingComputer is being sued by Enigma Software because of a negative review of SpyHunter.

I've checked and made sure that all of the computers are in the same Workgroup, the Vista machines have the 'Private Network' option selected and the Win7 machine has the 'Home Next time I buy a router I will have probably forgotten all this and will have to go through the same learning curve again. Thanks to Andrew. After that, I could only ping some machines from some others, and could not share any drives or printers.

Cannot Ping Windows 7 Firewall Off

Many thanks! Helpful +1 Report quantacat 1Posts Thursday February 12, 2009Registration date February 13, 2009 Last seen Feb 13, 2009 02:28PM Hi: I have a similar problem, but none of these solutions has Cannot Ping Windows 7 Computer On Network In the left-hand column you will see 'Inbound Rules'. Windows 7 Not Pinging Other Computers It doesn't matter much either way unless you are Homegroup, but Homegroup only works with Windows 7 computers.

Attached Thumbnails Attached Images My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Home built OS Windows 7 Ult, Windows 8.1 Pro, CPU Q9650-4.275GHz, E8600 4.5GHz, E6750-3.8GHz Motherboard weblink Filed Under: Windows Vista Tagged With: Vista NetworkComments Jason Heron saysJanuary 28, 2011 at 3:26 pm This is a exceptional blog, I found your site searching bing for a related theme Just to recap the configuration: 1) all computers on the network are members of same Workgroup 2) My documents on the Windows 7 computer are shared read-write with everyone 3) advance If you want, you can allow others on the network to change files by click the "Allow network users to change my files" box...otherwise, leave it unchecked. Unable To Ping Windows 7

Have tried one by one almost everything suggested but still no luck. Fixed! I was positive this had to be a router problem, but it turns out it was a weird McAfee firewall issue (probably something to do with how McAfee relates to the http://macinstruct.net/windows-7/windows-7-cannot-access-xp-machine.html KeithWindows ME (spare computer) Windows XP 2002 Professional SP3 (desktop computer) Windows 7 Professional SP1 32bit(laptop computer) Windows 8 64bit spare drive for laptop computer Back to top Back to Windows

At this resore point the system still thought McAfee was installed (even though the binaries were no longer on disk).When I checked the Windows firewall and virus-protection status it reported McAfee Maybe the Win7 PC is just anti-social To turn on ICMPv4 echo requests there are a few hoops you have to jump through to get this to work but once complete, Come back with how that turns out! "106.6% Accuracy.

Error 1079: The account specified on this service is different from the account specified for other services running in the same process.This meant that the service could not run under the

service was disabled so had to be restarted.) Back to top #10 boopme boopme To Insanity and Beyond Global Moderator 66,478 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:NJ USA Local time:01:05 If not, good. HELP! i have tried to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services but still no avail, my firewall is turned off.

If yours is disabled by default, I would enable it as a test.7. Delighted to make some kind of progress 03-01-2011, 02:33 PM #6 ayepod Registered Member Join Date: Feb 2011 Posts: 13 OS: Mac OSX 10.6 + Windows Home Premium I have seen in rare cases, router configurations acting finicky with Win 7 machines.*** And yeah, I honestly think it is the router, all these problems started when we picked it his comment is here Kaspersky! 9/29/2010 12:06:00 PM Andrew said...

Inside of Computer Management and the Services area, I disabled the service by changing the startup mode to disabled and I even put in a fake password into the logon tab On Vista..well, you'll have to look it up cause I can't remember at the moment. Is so this could be the issue. I followed instructions in your first post to make sure it was set up correctly.