Re: IPv6 problem

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by Dominic Payer, Dec 23, 2010.

  1. A machine can be a member of only one Homegroup at a time. Have all
    machines been joined to the same Homegroup?

    Decide which machine is to be the Homegroup host, note its password and
    leave the Homegroups on the other machines and join the "master"
    Homegroup with its password.


    On 19/12/2010 20:10, namsilat wrote:
    > My computer is running Windows 7 Home 64 bit. I have not been able to
    > communicate with other machines on the network via homegroup, so I
    > started troubleshooter for homegroup, and it said that IPv6 needs to
    > be enabled in order to use homegroup, so off I went to Netowork
    > troubleshooter to enable it. Eventually I ended up at network adaptor,
    > but the box for Internet Protocol v6 was already checked. So what's
    > the problem?
    Dominic Payer, Dec 23, 2010
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