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LAN problem (network drive)

  1. #1

    Posts : 224
    Windows 8.1 64bit Pro

    LAN problem (network drive)

    2 Windows 8 PC, both with same user and password, and both synced in Windows 8 Pro. Problem is, that PC-a and PC-b can "see" eachother just fine in "Network" (LAN), but in PC-a I can't open to see shared folders from PC-b.

    The other way round, using PC-b I can open PC-a in network and see all folders.

    PC-a to PC-b gives this error 0x80070035, BUT NOT EVERY TIME ?!?! A few attemps works fine, but next attemp fails again (without reboot any of the PC's

    PC-b to PC-a works every time.

    I have tried to use homegroup for this (then I have to make IPV6.0 aktive), but this gives same problem.

    Both PC's uses onboard realtek RJ-45 from Intel chipsets (Z77 and H77) and both netcards has the precise same settings.

    I have tried this command in an elevated CMD in PC-a:
    netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt and after a restart the first attempt allways works.

    How to solve this annoying error?

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  2. #2

    Maryland USA
    Posts : 758
    Windows 8 & Windows 7 Dual Boot

    It seems like the issue is that your computers have the same name but different IP addresses in the same network.

    See if this sounds like your issue, there is a solution there as well at Microsoft.

    Windows 7 Network Error Code: 0x80070035 Windows cannot - Microsoft Community
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