I have 4 PC's on a home network. All PC's are running XP Pro. All PC's were working fine before I rebuilt two of them.
Topology = CableModem -> Linksys wireless router -> Belkin 8 port 10/100 -> 4 PC's wired to the Belkin.
All the PC's can see the internet, the PC's I just rebuilt can see the work group they are in but cannot see the PCs in those workgroup. The PC's I that have not rebuilt can still see the workgroup and can see the list of the two rebuilt PC's and the one's not rebuilt but they cannot drill down and look at what shares are on the rebuilt PC's.
I've tried several versions of my network adapter drivers (Intel Pro/1000), I've looked at my network config and it looks good? I think I have a config problem but can't figure it out?
- turn off windows firewall (good point saw830)
- test pinging the linksys router and the other (3) PCs - from each PC
- verify that workgroup name is exactly the same in each case
- if possible, logon
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