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  • I have four machines running Windows 7. Three of them are desktops and running Windows 7 Home Premium. One is a netbook and is running Windows 7 Starter. One of the desktops is running the 64 bit version of Windows 7. I have tried and failed to get all four working on the same network. The best I've been able to do is that the 64 bit machine is talking to its self and the others are on a network. If I click on the network icon in Windows Explorer on the 64 bit machine it does not display any members of the network. All the others can see each other. If I click on "See full map" in the network and sharing center all machines show all four computers attached together and connected to the internet. All four computers can access the internet with no problems. I have removed all homegroups. One forum solution that I have found so far is to disable the Bonjour service. None of my systems have that service. At this point I can think of nothing else to try. Any ideas?

    The diagnostic things are worthless!!!

    Thank you,



    Tuesday, June 1, 2010 4:17 AM

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