Hasn't been good since XP. I really don't want to have to do clean re-installs on 4 PCs. And each time i go to join the network it asks me to create one. if only MS would make it possible to leave!just a simple "leave this homegroup" option would be all i need.But the way it works now i cannot get my machines to https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-networking/forever-ghost-homegroup-windows-10/7f8efcdb-c338-4251-9274-ca94d5039def
Delete Homegroup Windows 10
I've had networking working since the Windows 98 days, long before MS came up with homegroups, and have never seen why I'd need it. Perhaps you could try this if you have a spare computer. It used to be a simple matter of mapping a network drive, as far back as Win 3.1.
cannot delete the homegroup,cannot get the password,cannot change the password, its driving me bonkers Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - leaving homegroup by yarpos / February 21, 2016 For me Windows 7 "ain't broke" (and it's very stable), so I have no reason to try to "fix" it. Hopefully this holds. Windows 10 Homegroup Issues Highlight Everyone.
permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]digital_end[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)None at all sadly. Leave Homegroup Windows 10 Why do theese people look calm in the ship? But on 8 and 10 it is impossible. see this here Done… at least in theory.
It's still getting that data from somewhere. Can't Leave Homegroup Windows 10 It seems that because of this that my new computer is unavailable to join the homegroup that already exists. I am trying to connect my laptop to my homegroup with the password for my homegroup, but my desktop will not reveal it. Herbert Wayne Wastier this does not work.
Leave Homegroup Windows 10
Connect the spare computer to your home network and see if you can create a new Homegroup with a new password. This is extremely important if you’re working in a company or if you want to share files between two computers. Delete Homegroup Windows 10 Since then I have reinstalled my OS and the Homegroup is still visible. Create New Homegroup Windows 10 Then use Win10 After an hour of trying to get "homegroup" to work I ended up using a thumb drive to copy a file to my daughter's laptop.
Then use Win10 After having exactly the same issues you had with 2 newly upgraded Win 10 machines, one 64bit and one 32. check my blog by dsl15 / January 29, 2016 1:42 PM PST In reply to: WIN 10 Homegroup issues I just upgraded 2 laptops and one desktop. I'm just happy the sharing is finally working. Android - Android Operating system and its peripherals discussions. Phantom Homegroup
- After a couple of hours being passed from department to department in Microsoft Customer Services, being told at one point it would cost me $499…"uh NO." Finally they failed to restore
- After closing those windows when finished.
- Finally, I deleted ALL files from all \Windows\ServiceProfiles\LocalService\AppData\Roaming\PeerNetworking folders on the PC's to be added to the home group.
- I opened HOMEGROUP and it allowed me to set up a new one and gave me a new password.
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I also noticed on my pc that there is a message saying that there are other home groups on the network. When I go to the link to allow/dissallow access to ALL devices on the network I can see the names of computers that were either just briefly on my network when I also reset my accounts in Outlook from scratch. http://appsizematters.com/windows-10/ho-do-i-set-up-a-new-homegroup.html With Windows 7, Microsoft introduced a new feature called HomeGroup that should (in theory) make home networking easier.
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I finally got tired of messing with it and turned off the laptop.
Resetting a HomeGroup Networking has never been Windows' strong suit, especially for home users. Turn on ONE device to set up the homegroup and password.4. I then connected my laptop to the linksys with a wireless connection which has a WPA Personal security key. Windows 10 Homegroup Reset All the info I can find is for Vista and does not work.
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Thomas Watson Let's see- "roamingpeernetworks dir doesn't even exist [yes I know it's hidden, so don't]. "Leave Homegroup" does not even appear as an option. Any other suggestions appreciated. It does not matter which one sets it up and which one tries to join. Why are irrational numbers such a big deal?
You won't be able to vote or comment. 123Unable to create new homegroup, system finds previous homegroup from before upgrade. (self.Windows10)submitted 1 year ago * by digital_endHi all, I have two PC's on my network that Solution 3 - Allow Full Control to MachineKeys and PeerNetworking folders Find: C:\Program Data\Microsoft\Crypto\RSA\MachineKeys And then find: C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\LocalService\AppData\Roaming\PeerNetworking Right click each folder and choose Properties. All 10 had upgraded to 10 and all had finger pointing at 10. There should be a proper control panel for deleting and setting up home groups.
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