Windows 10: How Do I Clear All Networks and Start Again?
How Do I Clear All Networks and Start Again?
I'm getting the message "This Computer is Not Connected to a Network" but it actually is and I can see and connect to all other devices in my office, NAS, 2 printers, various machines. But I cannot connect to my 2 IP cameras.
All other devices show as being on Network 1 and this machine is apparently on Network 3 whatever that is. Also if I assign a static IP to this PC the network access drops.
How do I remove Network 3 from this PC and connect to Network 1?
Add to above, I tried to connect to the Homegroup, can't as it says the Network must be set to private, but it is set to private. So apart from throwing this through the window for some stress-relief I'm completely stuck. W10 from my experience is just a shambles.
You might double check through the homegroup notes and requirements at the top of the tutorial below to see if it may help.
Thanks Brink. I wasn't able to sort it.
I've decided to bite the bullet and do yet another OS install. Hopefully that will sort it.
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