Homegroup failure

  flyLS4 12 Apr 11
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I have a desktop and a laptop both running windows 7 (professional and home premium respectively) The homegroup used to work but no-longer does so. When I use the trouble shooter on the laptop it suggests problems with services. When checking the services I find that 'Peer Name Resolution Protocol' and 'Peer Networking Grouping' are stopped although 'Peer networking Identity Manager' is running. The stopped services will not start. How do I go about resolving this please? P.S. The computers will communicate via the network so I presume it is not a local network or wireless problem.

  961 12 Apr 11

You may find some pointers here...

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7itpronetworking/thread/932e85c6-b141-4bc5-8be7-daa7e0ff714b/

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