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Saved me lots of trouble. You just saved me a bunch of time. Thank you!! I'm forwarding this to our IT staff. click site

Really helpful. This was indeed the solution to my problem! works great now. Several functions may not work.

Please help Joe Joe says: 6 years ago Adding to my last post to you. Omegalomaniak says: 7 years ago Thank tou veeeeeeeery much! Joe Charbonneau says: 7 years ago Great tip! Difference between "having time to myself" and "having time for myself" Is it theoretically possible to deploy backdoors on ports higher than 65535?

  • But even when I turn off the Norton firewall, it still can't see the Vista computer.
  • If only they had added to that error message "If you have switched from a router that requires a certificate to one that doesn't you should…" harrylc3000 says: 7 years ago
  • Password protected sharing is NOT enabled.
  • xxxturner says: 7 years ago Many thanks, so simple…… SuthoShark says: 7 years ago Thank you, it is so simple when you figure out what was causing the error!
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  • You saved my day.

Thank you very much ali says: 6 years ago Thanks. It helped me to solve my wireless connection problem. Right-click the Wireless network connections icon, and then select Properties. File and printer sharing are allowed and there is a firewall exception to allow file and printer sharing.

You'll see some folders with the name starting S-1-5 followed by a long number. Vista networking & sharing Can 2 xp computers and 2 vista computers exist in a family networkHi. It then let me enter the WEP key and that fixed the problem. Should I just leave my Windows 10 settings at the default ?

I've been trying for a week and without wireless and having no time to call someone. It actually worked. Thanks a lot. Though this did not solve my problem automatically, tt gave me some missings leads which helped me alot.

Click OK, and then click OK again. Restoring the Registry If you do have a further problem with your computer after making Registry changes, you'll need to restore everything to its previous settings. Click Manage wireless networks. sam says: 7 years ago Appreciated, that really works!

I just can't figure it out! get redirected here Your fix worked and I'm now on the right network! However, when I load Internet Explorer it still comes up with the "The page cannot be displayed" page. You saved me a ton of time wondering where that message could have come from! 31sttyrant says: 6 years ago Thanks so much for this post!

Thank you!!! It also saved me many hours of grief. GProv24 says: 7 years ago THANK YOU ASEEM!!! navigate to this website You may need to enter your username and password to log in to the Safe Mode Desktop.

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Daniel says: 6 years ago Thank you for this.

New 06 Nov 2007 #4 sooner1938 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Skilled Join Date : Nov 2007 Posts : 75 Vista Home Premium 32bit Local Time: 14:54 Re: shannonp313 says: 8 years ago Thank you! Click Next and then choose the restore point by date: pick a date where you know that you computer worked properly. I can't connect to my router's admin interface ?

Fortunately, this is an easy job and you don't need to be able to boot into the full OS to do it. Treena says: 6 years ago Thanks so much. Select Safe mode from the list. http://cgmguide.com/unable-to/unable-to-delete-a-registry-key.php OS windows vista ultimate New 16 May 2008 #9 Chuck [MVP] Guest Re: Unable to Log into network shares or computers On Thu, 15 May 2008 11:34:30 -0500, arguellodw

Blooper says: 7 years ago Thank you sooo much! This article Really helped me. If the Vista users here wake up...you may get some answers to your queries. I was trying to figure it out over and over and came so close with no luck.

Clear the key is provided for me automatically check box. Not Win XP. ;) Charles Hunja says: 5 years ago Thanks. dd3rad says: 7 years ago Thank you very much. Very easy to follow your instructions.

Jaison says: 5 years ago Thanks Aseem. masjhkj says: 7 years ago Thank you. It worked and I have saved this information just in case this happens again! :)))) TrinityHall says: 5 years ago Thanks, worked great! Tuca Melo says: 8 years ago Thanks a lot.

stichter says: 6 years ago You are the BEST! I've been trying to figure this one out for a while now.