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Having a strange problem witb Internet Connection Sharing and XP's firewall. When I try to turn them on I get the message "The service cannot accept control messages at this time" along with "Error: Cannot enable shared access". Also when I try to setup the Home network, the setup says an error has occurred and it cannot complete. The network (1XP, 1 ME & 1 98SE) appears to work just fine though ICS does not work. Looked at faqs on Micxrosoft site, but no real help. Can anyone here help?




I have a new desktop named Tom-PC, and a laptop named Tom-Laptop. Both computers are running Windows Vista.

The laptop connects wirelessly.

What I am trying to do is add a network printer to the laptop so that I can print wirelessly from it. I get a variety of errors.
Access denied.
Windows cannot connect to the printer. Make sure you typed the name correctly.
The Network name cannot be found.

I have tried adding the printer by "add a network, wireless or Bluetooth printer" and the laptop sees the printers there but can't connect.

I have tried adding the printer by "add a local port" and then naming the port "Tom-PCLexmark E232" but cannot connect.

The interesting thing is that I can exchange files between the two computers with no problems. Printer and File sharing is turned on. Network Discovery is turned on.

I have searched all over the Internet for a solution, and am baffled.

My old desktop was named Tom-Desktop, and ran Windows XP, and I had these printers working perfectly by using the "add a local port" method, and those ports still exist, but since the new computer has a different name they won't work in this case.

I would surely appreciate any suggestions.

Thanks.

Tom




Hello folks,
FIRST, Happy New Year to you all and may it be a blessed one.

Need some advice / help.

I have my two pc's on a wireless network....one Win7 64 / one Win7 32
I have a need to send printer files to my one printer on the "main pc", which is Win 32 and has the wireless router. The printer is on an ethernet connection port from the router.
I have made configured that printer for "shared" with full permissions.
I have installed the 64 driver for the printer on my wireless pc.....When I click on network, I can see my remote pc & my main pc. I click on my main pc and I can see the printer listed with the sharing icon.
When I go to send a file to the printer (from remote wireless) it comes back and says it cannot connect.
Both pc's have advanced sharing turned on...
What do I do next?
Thanks so much,
Tom




I have two Compacs running XP, three Macs running OS10.4.8, a SNAP server running some old version of SNAP OS, and a XIMETA NDAS server. I have installed Vista on a second clean drive of one of the Compacs and that went well. I finally got my network HP printer to be recognized and installed after downloading the Latest XP versions of the server driver and the printer driver. (Nothing comes on the Vista package as with the XP CD).

The problem is having anything resembling control of what the Vista machine sees on the network. For example, under Mac OS, one lists the IP addresses of Macs as
afp:// and Windows machines as smb:// and then one has virtually iron clad control of being able to see shared files on all those machine if they are turned on. As best I can tell, there is no equivalent thing under Windows. However, I can with irregularity see my Macs and PCs by clicking on the Network Icon on the desktop or the Network Icon in Control Panels. While I can see the SNAP server from XP reliably, I cannot get Vista to generate the right logon and password. I think the problem is that Vista puts a prefix on all logons which is the name of the Vista computer. I think the SNAP server does not like that. (The Macs and other PC will tolerate it). I have searched everywhere to figure out how to stop Vista from putting this prefix on the logon. It appears this is a security feature and might be removed if one could create a "Roaming" logon. However, that option is always "grayed out."

1.Does anyone have a clue about how to get reliable control of network computer and server accessibility?

2.Is there a way to get Vista to show all passwords being used for any purpose in the machine?

3.Is there a way to get Vista to show all logons from Vista as seen by the network?

4. Is there a way to get iron clad editing control of any of this stuff?

Thanks,

Ray Zachary




In a nutshell, my Windows 7 Ultimate (64bit) PC intermittently drops it's internet connection. Why?

Background: My PC is wired to my ADSL modem/router which is directly connected to the phone line. I also have wireless connectivity turned on within the router for a laptop to connect wirelessly.

Every few hours or so, when using my PC, I find I cannot access the internet and pages will not load. Eventually, Windows7 will update the network icon in the task-tray to show the exclamation mark symbol on the network icon. Opening up the Network And Sharing Centre will show the red cross between the "Multiple Networks" and "The Internet".

I'm running Sun's VirtualBox on this machine and that creates a Network connection for itself. This doesn't seem to affect the intermittent dropping (i.e. the intermittent drops occur whether the VirtualBox connection is in use or not), and indeed, I have VirtualBox installed on two other machines (one Windows XP and the other Vista Home Premium (32bit)) and these operate with no issues.

When the connection does drop, I cannot access any internet pages, nor can I access the router's web admin page at http://192.168.1.1/, so I'm assuming I've lost all local LAN access too.

It's definitely not the router (or the internet connection itself) as my laptop, using the wireless connection (and running Vista Home Premium) continues to be able to access the internet (and the router's web admin pages) just fine.

Every time this happens, I can immediately restore all internet and LAN access by opening Network Adapter page, disabling the "Local Area Connection" and then re-enabling it. Give it a few seconds and everything is fine again. I assume this is because, beneath the GUI, it's effectively doing an "ipconfig /release" then "ipconfig /renew".

The IP assignment for the Windows 7 machine is the same both before and after the "drop". I have a DHCP server on the router issuing IP Addresses, however my Windows 7 machine uses a static address (192.168.1.2). I've also tried it with a dynamic IP Address (served up from the ADSL router) and there's no difference.

There are also no specific clues within the various System Event Logs, other than an event that relates to the connection dropping which is a "DNS Client Event" and this is generated after the connection has dropped and is an event detailing that DNS information can't be found for whatever website I may be trying to access, just after the connection has dropped.

The network adapter chipset is Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller and I have confirmed that this is the correct chipset for the motherboard (Asus M4A77TD PRO), and in fact, Windows Update installed an updated driver for this on 12/Jan/2009. The details of the update say that it's a Realtek software update from December 2009. Incidentally, I was still having the same intermittent problems prior to this update. It seems to have made no difference at all.

Does anyone know why this is happening and how to fix it? I've searched for answers to this and seen quite a few other people (even on MSDN/Technet forums) experiencing the same or almost the same problem, but with no clear resolution. Suggestions of turning off IPv6 on the LAN adapter, and ensuring there's no power management "sleeping" the network adapter have been tried but do not cure the problem. There does not seem to be any particular sequence of events that cause it to happen either. I've had it go twice in 20 minutes when just randomly browsing the web with no other traffic, and I've also had it go once then not go again for 2-3 hours with the same sort of usage.

Can anyone tell me why this is happening and how to make it stop?




We just went through some trials and tribulations getting my new Windows 7 computer to fully network with several XP computers on the same homegroup. In the process, we installed an "Administrator Password" on my user account. I know the password as I am able to turn the machine off and log back on without a problem. However, when I tried to change the password, it now says "Windows Cannot Change The Password". Did we some how put a security check somewhere where I, the Administrator, who knows his password and can log into the system, is no longer allowed to change it? Help.




Hi, I'm having problems getting windows7 and xp to network.
I've searched and tried most solutions that have worked for others but still having problems.
I have 2 xp (32bit) laptops, wireless connection.
1 Win7 (64bit) Desktop direct connect to wireless router (WGT624v3 firmware V2.0.26_1.0.1NA)

Problem: Win7 doesn't list xp machines in network. Network map will not show others until they are pinged or use ip in search. This will open the shared xp folders. Then can map but not access from map. They do then show up in network but can't access (error code 0x80070035). Can still use search Ip to open.
Xp machines can see and share between each other and win7.

Current configuration:
IPv4 only for all machines
Homegroup turned off for win7
Workgroup same for all
File and print share on
Folders set to share for all
LLTD on XP
Enable Netbios over TCP/IP all
Firewalls Off
No Static Ip's
AV off on all
Router has been restarted multiple times.

One strange thing, when first setup the xp names were First letter cap and rest small. Win7 could sometimes see but not connect (same error as above 0x8007...) Noticed that drive map was xp name all caps. Changed xp name to all caps and can now access by using ip.

Will appreciate any ideas to correct this.

djdj




I am currently running the Windows 7 RC, updated fully from Microsoft. Several times I have attempted to function as a server/host for various applications that have resulted in hit/miss results.

Most of the time we diagnose this down to a port issue. My first response was usually to disable the windows firewall when on a LAN. This didn't apear to open up any ports, and many still refused connections. Attempting to telnet/detect port responses from various programs always fails.

Digging deeper into my rather skim knowledge of windows networking led me to the netstat command in command prompt. After turning the windows firewall back on, and specifically adding an incoming rule for the given port (lets say 7777 for the time being), the port never shows up on netstat. Restarting the connection/firewall/computer, as well as releasing and renewing connections, going to a static IP, all fail.

I had added numerous ports with the Control Panel -> Windows Firewall -> Advanced Settings -> New Rule, and none seem to work. I have tried opening up ALL incoming/outgoing ports (TCP & UDP) with the firewall on/off. I still cannot find anyway to get a response from those ports with a local testing method (telnet/netstat) or a remote method (Port checking sites from beyond my router, or a local Macbook).

I am at a complete loss as to why windows 7 seems to refuse to open a given port with this control panel. I get the feeling I am missing some blazingly obvious default setting someplace that ignores the overriding of rules to the firewall.

I am not running any third party software to block ports, and tests have been done with router port forwarding turned on, its own SPI firewall turned off, and the computer in question set to be the default DMZ.

Thanks in advance to anyone who has a clue what I am missing!




Hello, I've tried searching the plentiful problematic posts, but I cannot find my exact dilemma. When it comes to networking, I'm as lucky as the man who played Russian Roulette with a loaded glock. Nothing ever goes my way.

I have an XP laptop set up, I used to disable sharing because I couldn't afford to buy any friends for it. But now, I have a new friend running Windows 7. I've run the Network Setup wizard on the XP so, I think I've re-enabled sharing on it. Then I walked over to my 7 machine and ran the network setup disk I made from my XP. I got an error at the end and it told me to manually configure the network. I work with computers all day so I figured I could bang this out no problem. I checked and saw the setup wizard at least changed my workgroup correctly for me. I checked in the networks and I could see my XP laptop, but when I click it to try to access it, I get this error: "Windows cannot access "MY-LAPTOP" Then I click Diagnose and it says: "Make sure the computer or device is connected to the network. Windows can't find "MY-LAPTOP" make sure it is turned on blah blah blah..." I looked over and it's still on.

Then I learned I needed to set my 7 machine up to use the Work Network, so I did that. But it still is giving the same error I've been getting all night. So then I hit the forums and decided to make this post. I have run out of ideas and given my luck with networking, I'm quitting while I'm ahead and submitting to some more knowledgeable folk. Some other things to note: While setting up my XP network, I changed my computer's name, but then it had to reboot. Also as I said, my XP machine shows up in 7's network screen, but my 7 machine doesn't show up in my XP's network connections screen.




Hello, trying to fix sister's laptop. Dell Inspiron, Windows 7 home premium 64 bit, wireless card "Intel Wifi 5100 AGN";

Will start by saying that i went to intels website and got the drivers for this model, so its not a driver issue...

Now for the issue: When i attempt to connect to a network, it says "No connections are available." After running the diagnostic it says Wireless service is not running" and it errors when attempting to fix it. A wired connection works perfectly, just not the wireless. The card is recognized in device manager and everything is updated 100%. When i attempt to turn on WLAN Config in services.msc, it gives error 1068, and cannot start said service.

I have looked at many threads on many forums and they all seem to be for vista. I have tried the registry fixes to no avail and i do NOT want to reinstall windows 7 (because i would have to reinstall vista then reupgrade which i may not be able to do).

Please help




So yesterday in the early AM's I was browsing my internet and all the sudden, bam.
I lost my internet.

No reason at all, it just happened. This is only my computer, everything else works fine (If internet is out, our TV's don't work)

When I go to my little internet icon in the taskbar, it says Unidentified Network and I have no internet access what so ever.

When I run CMD and use ipconfig /release I get this:
"An error occurred while releasing interface Loopback Pseudo-Interface 1 : The system cannot find the file specified."

I also got this error before:
"An error occurred while releasing interface Local Area Connection : An address has not yet been associated with the network endpoint."

Tech support kept telling me to use ipconfig /flushdns but whenever I entered it into CMD it gave me an error saying something along the lines of "command unrecognized"

I cannot give you guys the full text of what CMD says since it's on a different computer.

This has been going on for two days straight and it's just one giant headache, so please help me guys.

NOTE: People keep assuming I'm using wireless, I am using a direct ethernet cord, not wireless.

/EDIT: I'll tell you what I've tried.
* ipconfig /release and /renew and /flushdns
* Turn off firewall
* Update and Reinstall Driver
* Restarting my modem/router
* Restarting my computer
* Unplugging my ethernet cord and replugging it (also leaving it unplugged over-night)
* Manually assigning the 12 code I'm assuming IP




I am having a strange problem.

I tele-commute to work. In my home I have 4 pc's with various software on them. To work I have a secure vpn connection to servers that I need to access. Included in what I access is a D-Link DNS-323 SAN drive.

While connected to the VPN from my Windows XP computer I can access the shares on the SAN with no trouble, it is instantaneous and always there, from my Windows 7 64bit computer however I cannot connect to the SAN.

The error I can see is this:

The remote device or resource won't accept the connection The device or resource (192.168.8.12) is not set up to accept connections on port "The File and printer sharing (SMB)".

Obviously from my home the device CAN accept connections and the device must be configured properly because I can use from my other computers as can other employees.

I run Windows 7, x64 on an Intel processor, I have IP6 turned off at the network card, I have disabled the firewall entirely.

So far my googling has not provided me with a good answer. Re-formatting is not a option (and I have seen people have success using it according to their posts). My computer has to remain intact, but I do periodically need access to this device.

Anyone have a good idea what to do?




Hi, I am very in-experienced with the networking center of Windows 7. I turned on Public Folder sharing but I cannot get my client computer to connect to the Public Folder stored on the host computer. When I type in //(COMPUTER NAME HERE) it brings me a box with a message. The first few sentences say:

(COMPUTER NAME) is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions. Something I should be missing but have no clue. I turned on Public Folder sharing on my host machine under its networking center but I cannot have another computer browse it. Any help much appreciated. Thanks.

BTW both computers use the same OS.




"MMC cannot open the file c:windowssystem32secpol.msc

This may be because the file does not exist, is not an MMC console, or was created by a later version of MMC.This may also be because you do not have sufficient privileges to access the file"

is the error I receive when trying to "double click" to open any .msc file. I also receive it when trying to right click "My Computer" and then click "Manage".

I'm stumped, y'all. I am seasoned with over 13 years help desk support and Networking, and I'm Security+ Certified from CompTIA. So I searched the internet and found this link. It talks about WindowsXP and links to this page, which in turn talks about KB842773. So I searched that and found it on Microshaft.com. It speaks to several operating systems, but not Windows7, and talks about updating BITS to version 2 and HTTP Services to version 5.1. I have not checked, but also don't have the time to look up every single KB article that Windows Update has installed. I did look in Programs and Features, Installed Programs, and Show Installed Updates to see if anything was listed about BITS or HTTP Services. It was not.
I *can* run .msc's if I WIN-R>mmc then add/remove snap-in. But that is the *only* way to run any .msc.

Windows 7 Ultimate 6.1.7600
Intel "Wolfdale" E8400 @ 3.0 GHz
6 Gb RAM
4.41 Tb HDD space, with approx. 2.3 Tb free,
C: Drive has about 196 Gb free
1 drive is IDE, but it is not C: the rest, including C: are SATA @ 3Gb/s
System Protection/Restore turned off on all drives except C:
virtual memory or page file is system managed

That's just some system specs that may or may not have anything to do with this. Like I say, I'm stumped. I really hope someone can help! Need more info just ask!




I would like to know about VMWare Player. First of all, I would like to know about the bios setup in VMWare. Now what I want to know is if the bios acts the same as the actual bios setup in my computer. And also, there is a Wake on Lan option in the VMWare player bios setup. Now does this really work and wake up other computers when they are off or in standby? That is what I really want to know from you. And I also would like to know on what kind of computer manufacturers work with my VMWare player.

Does HP, Dell, Acer, Asus and all the rest of the companies work together. Like lets say that I downloaded Windows 7 and put in my VMWare player, and then I went to my system properties, what would the computer manufacturers be? Like what would it say? Well for my computer I have an Acer Aspire 5733z model notebook. Now lets say that I downloaded a driver, like a lan card adapter for a Dell Optiplex computer. Would I be able to download that driver on my VMWare Player? Because I know that VM Player is virtual, and it is not my actual computer, which is my Acer Aspire 5733z. It is just powered by VM Ware.

Now for example, my Dad at work has a Dell Inspiron mini netbook, which is a 1012 model. And he has a Dell wireless lan card in his computer at work. And I also installed Team Viewer on his netbook computer. Now like every time he goes home and leaves work, he shuts down his computer, and his Team Viewer ID number goes away. And I do not like that at all when he shuts down his computer. Because once, it is shut down, I cannot make his ID number come back online, because his computer is off at work.

Now what I was wondering was does the Dell wireless lan card have Wake on Lan settings on it in the properties of the network adapter? Because I tried everything to wake up and turn on his computer, but nothing just would work for me. By the way, he is not on a Lan, he is using a wireless connection, from a Dell wireless lan card, itself in his Dell Inspiron 1012 mini netbook computer.

Now I would really like to know on how to wake his computer up, if it is possible. So just let me know on how to do this for me, step-by-step. All righty? And I would think that VMWare player works just like an actual computer with the bios setup, and everything. And if I download a certain driver, that should work too, I am assuming. So just let me know if this process will work. So that is that part.

Now the next part I would like to know from you, is I want to get some Mac addresses from certain people. Like because I have a lot of friends, and they need some help on various things on how to troubleshoot issues on their computers. And for this I would need to use Remote Desktop. But lets say that their computer was off, and not turned on, and I needed to turn it on. Could I turn on their computer remotely with their mac address if I knew it? But I am assuming that I can turn on any computer if I had their mac address.

And I do not have a Wake on Lan option in my actual real bios setup. So for that, I would have to enable the Wake on Lan in my VMWare player bios setup. The VMWare bios setup is by American Megatrends. So that should work. But mainly what I am saying here is that, I would like to know on how to get someone's mac address, by using an IP scanner, or a mac address scanner. Well anyway, sorry for the long letter. So please get back to me ASAP on this, it is very important to me as well. And just explain to me on how this all works. I will be waiting for my response from you. So thank you very much!




I searched and I cannot find a situation that matches mine exactly (or perhaps I didn't look hard enough). I will try and be as specific as I can.

I will be doing my business and suddenly, my internet will stop.
It's important to note that the disconnect warning will not pop up. According to the computer, it is still connected. When in Firefox or IE (tried both), when I click on any link it says "done" at the bottom instantly and nothing shows up. It doesn't say "unable to connect". It doesn't say "can't find the address". It just says "done" at the bottom of Firefox but nothing connects. It doesn't search. It doesn't load. As said, this happens with both IE and Firefox.

Oh it gets better.

Torrents and any other sharing programs will also shut down and often, if I go to bed with torrents running, they will dead by morning.
The only solution has been rebooting. I have turned off every program. I have purchased a new router. I have run ipconfig /release and /renew and this does not solve the problem. Internet will still work with other computers tied to the network (like my netbook with XP). I have loaded new drivers and rolled back to older drivers. Nothing

Here is the real kicker...

If I reboot the PC...I can turn on the torrent program on its own and it will work without interruption throughout the night. It is almost like if I run multiple programs which access the internet, the PC has a nervous breakdown. I received the Win 7 RC earlier this year and I plan on purchasing the full version soon but I want to make sure this problem is not the PC or else I am almost better to buy a new PC and have Win 7 included. This problem only started occurring about three weeks ago, being reliable and lovable for months until then.

So, any ideas?




I realize there are a number of XP/7 networking threads. I'm not seeing in any of them the specific situation I have so I'm starting antoher.

This is an existing wireless network, with three XP machines and one Vista machine. All connect and share just fine.
I'm adding one Win7 machine.

Win7 is connected to the network, viewing internet.
But Win7 network only shows the Win7 and Vista machines.

XP sees the Win7 machine in view workgroup computers. get error when try to connect: the server could not be found on this network
XP does not see Win7 in MyNetworkPlaces

Win7 does not see XP machine anywhere.
Win7 sees the Vista machine.
Vista sees the Win7. Error: windows confirmed Win7 is online but is not responding. Usually firewall issue.

Win7 can ping XP machine's IP.
XP can ping Win7 machine's IP.

turning off zonealarm on Win7 results in:
XP sees Win7, can view files. transferred file to Win7 machine.
Win7 machine received file from XP. still cannot see XP machines in Network.
Vista sees Win7, can view files.

I'm guessing I have two issues - one is the settings in ZoneAlarm to allow sharing. The other is having Win7 recognize the XP machines.

Any assistance with either would be appreciated.




I'm running Win7 on my laptop (Pavilion), wireless; have access to internet & my home server.

My desktop (Acer) is running Vista; network printer is connected to desktop; the desktop machine can access the internet, and my laptop, and my home server.

From my laptop I can ping my desktop by IP, but not by name; if I try to open the desktop I get "Windows cannot access //desktop"; Win7 diagnosis does not resolve the problem.

My router lists both the laptop & the desktop--both by IP and by computer name--in the LAN list. I usually use the built-in wireless in my laptop, but sometimes use an N-band USB wireless adapter, disabling the built-in; I notice that in the router LAN list my laptop is listed twice, with the same name, but different IP addresses. I don't know if this is related to my printer access problem, or not.

From my laptop I CAN access the desktop's Media Server, which shows up in 'Network & Sharing Center" & the Nework Map ; but although my desktop is on the map, I cannot access it.

I have turned off both firewalls, rebooted both computers, checked all the cables, rebooted the router, and triple checked desktop name and workgroup; nothing works!

I am baffled ...but I need to access my network printer (and would like to be able to access the shared folders on the desktop).

Thanks for any help!




Hi guys, I need your help to figure out a problem which I think can be of a motherboard issue. From January 2010 I have been using Windows 7. From then I have experienced a copy paste problem, which is when I try to copy a large file (say over 500 Mb) the windows hangs. No programs respond and after sometimes it auto restarts and after the bios screen it gives message like boot manager cannot be load (not exactly this message but similar) and windows does not boot . I then power off the pc and after waiting for some moment again turn on the pc and this time it boots normally. The hang problem sometimes occurs without copy too and leads to the same boot problem after taking restart. But generally it occurs when I try to copy big files. I have tried small files like 5 mb-400 mb and it copied without any hang issue. At first I thought I have a problematic hard disk drive so to test I installed Ubuntu 9.10 and tried to copy files and it worked like a charm. To test I even copied 23 GBs of files at a time and it gave no problem. I installed windows XP and tried to copy and in XP too it did not hang but copy rate was sometimes very slow. So I ended up with the decision that my windows 7 version or disk might be a problem. In the middle Lan chip of my mother board was burnt and had to physically remove the lan chip and installed a external Lan card. Yesterday, I tried to install windows 7 again and it was not installing. First time it went to 26% of expanding files and was not responding after that for 30 mins. I then removed one of my RAM chip and tried again, and again it stuck at 19%. I therefore, went to my friend’s house with my hard disk and told him to install his version of windows 7 in my HDD to test. He installed it without any problem and we tried several test like copying big files and it worked well too. We copied a 1.5 gb file and some other 800 mb files and were successful with no hangs what so ever. I then came back home and installed the HDD in my pc and tried to copy a 800 mb file and damn it again hanged and gave the same old bios problem. I tried using one RAM chip switching both and problem still persists. What do you think the problem is? Please help.

My PC Configuration
Intel Pentium Dual Core E5200
Biostar G31 Motherboard
Transcend 2 GB DDR 2 Ram (2*1 GB Sticks)
Samsung 1 TB Hard Disk Drive (SATA)
ATI Radeon HD 4670 PCI-E Card
TP Link LAN Card (Network Adapter)
BENQ 16x DVD RW (SATA)
Normal 350 Watt PSU
Samsung 933BW 19” LCD monitor (1440*900)

Note that I did some hardcore gaming and it never hanged while playing games.




BUILD 7100
32 BIT
MOTHERBOARD - GA-MA770-UD3
AMD PHENOM 8750
VIDEO - GEFORCE 9600 GSO 512
LINKSYS WRT54GS2

Windows 7 install went fine and the program seems to run very well. However, I like to play a specific game online and through my LAN (Age of Kings - Conquerors Expansion). It's a Microsoft / Ensemble Studios game and while the game itself works fine over the internet, I can't get it to work through my LAN and play against someone on another computer hooked up to my router. The same game worked fine when both computers were running XP, but now that both are running WIN 7 they cannot "see each other". It's as if there's a firewall running (even though I've turned off both the Windows firewall and the Kapersky firewall). Am I missing something in Windows 7 that needs to be turned off? Or are the TCP / IP settings compatible? Anyone with some knowledge that can help would be greatly appreciated. I'm no computer expert but I can hold my own. Also, on both machines, I have run the compatibility wizard and both are set to WIN XP sp2. When the game runs, on both machines the graphics once in the game are a little "off" (aren't quite correct).


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