I would assume we are talking a wireless network. If you have wireless encryption turned on, and you should, this is what you would enter. Can you log on as an administrator? Copy the following to notepad and save as C: When I click on connect to a network, it brings up my wireless connections and I am already connected to the network for internet which is the same as the home network ATT U-Verse. Next right click the Wireless Network Connection that is working, right-click and select status , move the little status window to the left and then select properties , and move that little properties window to the right so that we can see all screens as shown below on my netbook. I seem to remember reading somewhere that there is a problem in this area with Win 7 Starter.
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I have checked around in this forum for a fix to my problem and none of them have worked so far so now the post. If your internet works but the networking and sharing center says you are not connected, and the troubleshooters don’t fix it, there windows 7 starter network some deeper problem. I have tried your suggestion and no errors, restarted and still have the same problem shown above. Home Premium works OK if there are like 15 computers but windows 7 starter network sharing gets a bit messy with permissions etc.
Professional is the winner though. Just asking, don’t know the exact scenario.
Windows 7 Ultimate bit. My netbook runs Windows 7 Starter 32 bit and the desktop computer runs Win 7 Home Premium 64 bit both computers are wireless networked with printer sharing enabled windows 7 starter network the Epson programme is installed onboth computers. From startdr Network and Sharing Center screen select windows 7 starter network Change adapter settings item on the left hand side. I don’t know where you got the idea that Windows 7 “Starter” cannot print over a network to a printer attached to a PC running 7 Netaork Premium.
Copy the following to notepad and save as C: All times are GMT I know stater signal is strong as my main computer is showing excellent signal strength. What I would try doing first is on windows 7 starter network left hand side of that window, choose Manage Wireless Networks. You may also want to re-install your wireless card drivers. I’ve been there man! Register Help Remember Me?
Johnathan, unfortunately I have tried all of those suggestions and still doesn’t work. Everything I’ve seen so far says the netbook is not connected to anything. I want to share files between the two, however, I cannot see the other wondows on the Network Map.
Windows 7 Starter Networking
I expect the same will happen with Windows 8. With thanks for any observations.
Similar help and support threads. I know Starter does not include Homegroup and prefer setting up a workgroup with static IP’s in any case. I would assume we are talking a wireless network. They are not spammable like your email address is for instance! Are these two different networks? windows 7 starter network
Originally Posted by hungrybeaver. I can select print and get the dialogue box on screen then press windowe and I have a Toshiba netbook that when Windows 7 starter network try to connect to the home network, it can’t or won’t.
Windows 7 Starter comes with hidden wireless connection sharing
All the network icon shows is the indicator as grey with a yellow star. Can you log on as an administrator?
What this is doing is removing any pre-saved settings you may have which may be incorrect causing the lack of connection.
HP Mini on Windows 7 starter can see wifi network but can’t connct I’m trying to set up wifi on an HP mini with windows 7 starter installed. Is there a known problem and, if so, is there a workaround or solution?
Windows 7 Starter network error I have checked around in this forum for a fix to my problem and none of them have worked so far so now the post. Next right click the Wireless Network Connection that is working, right-click and select statusmove the little status window netwok the windows 7 starter network and then select propertiesand windows 7 starter network that little properties window to the right so that we can see all screens as shown below on my netbook.