Re: VISTA network problem
Yes, all 3 rebooted, modem switched off then router then switched back on
"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:
> Did you reboot everything just to ensure they all have the latest data from
> the router?
> Cari (MS-MVP)
> Windows Technologies - Printing & Imaging
> "David Inns" <DavidInns@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >I have 3 machines. A desktop, tablet and laptop.
> > The desktop running vista home premium can see the tablet (XP tablet ed.)
> > and vice versa. The tablet can see the laptop (XP home sp2) and vice
> > versa.
> > The laptop can see vista, but vista cannot see it. The network is accessed
> > via a netgear pre n router . The tablet has built in wi-fi and the laptop
> > uses a netgear card (latest drivers installed. I use the netgear software
> > to
> > configure the network instead of Windows). I have downloaded and installed
> > all updates for all machines and installed the Link-Layer Topology
> > Discovery
> > Responder on the laptop. (didn't seem to be need on the tablet) I have
> > downloaded but not yet installed a firmware update for the router. I
> > cannot
> > see that having any bearing on the problem. All use the same workgroup
> > name.
> > Windows firewall and defender are installed and running on all 3 machines.
> > No
> > other firewall or security softwrae is or ever been installed, apart from
> > anti-virus.
> > How can I make the laptop visible to vista?