For some reason my laptop can't communicate across a network to see files on a desktop computer.
The laptop hasn't moved from being connected to my home network (when there was a time when the thing work).
If seems when I select My Computer / Homegroup it says "No other Homegroup computers are currently available." That observation is not true. The problem is that the laptop won't connect to the network.
I've tried everything and can't get the darn thing to connect. What's the secret? The computer I am trying to connect to has no problem indicating it is attached to the network.
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