Having a network issue

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    Having a network issue


    Hi All,
    I have Windows 10 Pro (latest) on my main computer and Windows Home (latest) on my laptop. I also have ESET Smart Security on both. For some reason now I cannot access either way. I can see the laptop under Network on the main computer but get the error code 0x80070035 when trying to access it. Diagnose didn't work On laptop i cannot see the main computer under the network. I have tried for hrs to use suggestions from the google search but nothing seems to work. I am totally stressed out and probably overlooking something. I setup the Home Group and the laptop found it and joined but it will not access now. Maybe I tried so many of the solutions i have something broke.
    I would greatly appreciate if someone could instruct me as to how to get back on track and get my two computers communicating again.

    cheers (
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  2. Scramjet's Avatar
    Posts : 292
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #2

    Today I uninstalled Eset software and I am now able to see both computers under Network and Home Group. I still can't access either computer to view shared files or use the printer. I still get the error 0x80070035. Seems that is a common error for any version of Windows
    I am still holding out for someone to help me before I go insane lol

    cheers
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  3. Scramjet's Avatar
    Posts : 292
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
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    Well it seems a lot of people are having network problems when it comes to seeing the computers under Network or Homegroup. I am one of them for sure. I just done a repair and installed Windows 10 Pro over the top of my existing Windows in hope to repair the network issue I am having. Well that was a waste of time. Now I am back to seeing the the laptop from my desktop and my desktop is missing once again. And I still get the 0x80070035 error on all computers
    Does anyone know how to fix this error for Windows 10 after the Anniversary update? It is obvious that the older fixes will not work on this new update.
    Another question:
    Am I wasting my time trying to fix this Network problem when there is no fix out yet?
    Greatly appreciate any input to my problem.

    cheers
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