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By wds17 ·
I have a customer with a peer to peer Win 95/98 network. One machine (P III w/128 meg) is not cooperating. It will not display the other machines on Network Neighborhood but I can browse other (already) mapped drives. All machines on the network can access this machine. In DOS I can ping other machines and ping this machine. I have eliminated the possiblity of hardware problems. They had an attack of the QAZ virus which has been cleaned up as far as I can tell. Any ideas would be greatlyappreciated!

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by Tora In reply to No network neighborhood

The problem would be with the network settings on the PC. What you can try doing is to check the network settings, and ensure that they are similar to the other PCs on the network.Change the seetings in Network from the control panel and restart thePC to see if it works or not. If this does not work then remove all settings from network and retry the above procedure. If all fails check your network card.

Good Luck

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by wds17 In reply to No network neighborhood

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by andre.mumford In reply to No network neighborhood

Try removing the adapter, reboot, and then add the adapter, it just could be a corrupt driver problem, because the browser is part of the adapter config ie: master browser...

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by wds17 In reply to No network neighborhood

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by G S In reply to No network neighborhood

I had a similar problem recently and what it boiled down to was IPX protocol. I thought I had loaded the IPX protocol for the internal network, but had not. Make sure you have all protocols loaded. If you are using TCP/IP and IPX together make sure everything matches up.

Good Luck,

Garrison

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by earnest In reply to No network neighborhood

You might also enable Microsoft File / printer sharing.

Bo

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by JustMeAngie In reply to No network neighborhood

click on network neighborhood and check all configurations, make sure the workgroup name is the same check the physical network card, and if all else fails reinstall the network driver, i recently have had a pc here at my job that did the same thingi did these things and it fixed it

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