Windows 10: Devices do not show up in Network

Discus and support Devices do not show up in Network in Windows 10 Network and Sharing to solve the problem; After I recently changed router settings, I could not see any of the computers on my local network and now I cannot see the computer folder in file... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Network and Sharing' started by emilyparker13, Mar 16, 2019 at 12:57 AM.

  1. Devices do not show up in Network


    After I recently changed router settings, I could not see any of the computers on my local network and now I cannot see the computer folder in file explorer/network. I cannot even see my own computer. My computer can be accessed by another computer on the network. How do I get it back? Thanks


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    ***Original title: computer folder/tab missing from file explorer/network***

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    emilyparker13, Mar 16, 2019 at 12:57 AM
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  2. Network will not show on the last device.

    Hi James,

    I suggest you to remove all the networks that are connected to your device and check.

    If the issue persist, I suggest you to follow the steps below.

    An outdated or incompatible network adapter driver can cause connection problems. If you recently upgraded to
    Windows 10, it's possible that the current driver was designed for a previous version of Windows. Check to see if an updated driver is available.


    • In the search box on the taskbar, type Device Manager, and then select
      Device Manager from the list of results.

    • In Device Manager, select Network adapters > the network adapter name.

    • Right-click (or press and hold) the network adapter, and then select Update Driver Software >
      Search automatically for updated driver software. Follow the steps, then select
      Close.

    • After installing the updated driver, select the Start
      Devices do not show up in Network [​IMG]
      button >
      Power > Restart if asked to restart, and see if that fixes the connection issue.

    If Windows can’t find a new driver for your network adapter, visit the PC manufacturer’s website and download the latest network adapter driver from there. If your PC can't connect to the Internet, you'll need to download a driver on a different PC and save
    it to a USB flash drive, so you can install the driver on your PC. You’ll need to know the PC manufacturer and model name or number.

    Rely us with the status to assist you further.

    Regards,

    Guru Kiran
     
  3. Laptop won't show list of available networks

    We suggest checking the list of available Wi-Fi networks on your laptop.

    Please follow these steps:

    • Click the Windows logo.
    • Go to Settings (gear icon).
    • Select Network and Internet.
    • Then Wi-Fi.
    • Make sure the Wi-Fi radio button is On.
    • Select Show available networks, then you'll be able to see the list of available Wi-Fi networks.

    Update us with the outcome so we provide further assistance.
     
  4. jl2509 Win User

    Devices do not show up in Network

    2 of 3 computers in home network only show multimedia devices


    Hi

    OK I understand now, This is not an issue with devices appearing as media devices, it is an issue where devices are simply not appearing in the network list.

    Where do you get the "access denied, contact your network manager"?

    I would suggest updating to 1809 - 17763.253
    Just to ensure that you are at the latest release and updates installed.

    As you will have found, there are many posts about this issue and unfortunately there are many proposed resolutions. Enabling SMB 1.0 and the Services listed below normally resolves the issue.


    • Function Discovery Provider Host - Automatic
    • Function Discovery Resource Publication - Automatic
    • DNS Client - Automatic
    • SSDP Discovery - Automatic
    • UPnP Device Host - Automatic
    Older and non compatible devices need SMB 1.0 to be visible on the network and this would need to be enabled on all devices as well not just the PC you are describing.

    To recap....

    Can you see all devices in network devices as you would expect on the other PCs/Laptops?
    Can you ping the devices by IP and by Name? Can you access the PCs via command line \\PCName\Share
    ------
    If you have ensured SMB 1.0 is enabled, SMB Direct, as per the image image below



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    Then I can only suggest corrupt registry settings.
    try running sfc /scannow from an admin command prompt to check for any integrity violations.

    then try and force the settings again, try clearing the the SMB 1.0 and SMB Direct settings completely and restarting, then select them as per the image above followed by a restart.


    Please post back with updates
     
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