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why cant i create a homegroup on my two computers

Asked by: KZG, 26 Nov 2012 6:54

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JST1946 (6917)

I doubt if anyone could answer that question unless they were there looking at your computer.If your using Microsoft it should have help files for you to go by.

26 Nov 2012 7:15
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oneacer (16)

do you have a router and is it connected and/or is it wireless? what are the specs of your 2 pcs?

26 Nov 2012 8:22
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scorpNZ (2187)

create a topic in the appropriate forum & be more descriptive

26 Nov 2012 11:31
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Well, IF you are running Windows 7, which we dont know, go to the control panel, then navigate to Network and Internet, Then navigate to Homegroup and create a new homegroup which will then supply you with a Homegroup logon Password that youll need for the other computer to join, which is much easier to have windows 7 as well on the other computer.

26 Nov 2012 17:48

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