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Author: Subject: One computer has disappeared off the network.
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[*] Post 510024 posted on 10-11-2017 at 15:05 Reply With Quote
One computer has disappeared off the network.

All 'puters are running W10, and, as far as I can see, All are configured identically. Wife's TV (there's a 'puter connected to it) has been largely invisible to the entire network. (It did pop up a couple of days back but has returned to invisibility.) She has usually been able to see all other computers on the network though. The last couple of days she has been watching videos stored on my TV ('puter), and now that has become invisible to her. Stupid thing is, I've checked her file shares and even she cannot see herself in network explorer though she can see the other computers (Laptops, Office machine and printer) . All other 'puters can see one and other though.

Suggestions, polite, or otherwise would be appreciated.
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[*] Post 510028 posted on 10-11-2017 at 15:57 Reply With Quote

Turn everything off and on again?:D
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[*] Post 510029 posted on 10-11-2017 at 16:17 Reply With Quote

It worked with our wireless printer
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