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 LATEST TOPICS |  FORUMS » PC BUILDER WORKSHOP » NETWORKING ERROR 0X80070035 PATH NOT FOU...
Subject: Networking Error 0x80070035 path not found
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TrippinDeath Feb 02, 2013 02:13 PM Reply | Bookmark
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Hey guys, So I recently began encountering this error on my daily driver turned weekend driver due to school. I can remote desktop into all the other computers on the network and I can also ping them by both name and IP, however, If I go into networking in my computer and double click another computer on the network Instead of getting a pop up for login in I get the Error "The network path was not found".

Solutions I have tried.
-Checking that sharing is enabled on all the computers
-Disabling any homegroups that were created by mistake
-Checking to make sure every computer is in the same workgroup
-disabling anti virus ( another computer on the network has the same anti virus software and it can log into other computers just fine )
-disabling start up programs and all services other than microsofts
-Checking device manager for extra microsoft 6to4 networks by showing hidden devices. ( I seem to have a ton of different WAN miniports when i display hidden devices in device manager)

I am at a loss as to why I can no longer map a network drive or connect to other computers view the network section. I can still connect to my wireless printer but no other computer on the network. I am running windows 7 Ultimate on the machine

I would be INCREDIBLY greatful if you guys would help me out in solving this perplexing problem of mine.

Thanks

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AEO Feb 02, 2013 03:04 PM Reply | Bookmark
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which windows do you have?

Maybe the network shortcuts shown haven't been refreshed properly and you are seeing the ones that don't exist anymore?

Usually only happens on XP or older, however.

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TrippinDeath Feb 02, 2013 05:01 PM Reply | Bookmark
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The computer runs windows 7 ultimate. Im not sure how i would be able to refresh the links

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AEO Feb 02, 2013 05:17 PM Reply | Bookmark
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win7 should not require any refreshing.

try enabling printer sharing?

check windows firewall and make sure ports 139 and 445 are enabled. (inside inbound/outbound rules page)

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TrippinDeath Feb 02, 2013 05:38 PM Reply | Bookmark
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I will double check printer sharing, however, Im not sure how that affects my ability to access other computers?

I am double checking the firewall now.

Thanks for the input!

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486 Feb 02, 2013 06:16 PM Reply | Bookmark
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i would try to create  this error myself but kids are gaming on both win boxes lol

google that error# and read through some of those threads.
stab in the dark check you dont have a reqd service stopped or disabled.

gl


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TrippinDeath Feb 02, 2013 06:37 PM Reply | Bookmark
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Hey Thanks, Ive read through alot of the forums post I have been able to find on the error. The solutions I listed in the beginning were all from the forums basically and non have worked sadly. Im really trying to avoid reformatting if at all possible as I dont know if that will even solve the solution.

As for services I have checked and all the services stopped or disabled dont seem to apply to networking but if you know of some specific ones I should check that would be much appreciated!

I tried setting the ports to open in my windows firewall for the suggestion above however that did not work either...

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486 Feb 02, 2013 06:52 PM Reply | Bookmark
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do you get the same error when you RUN \computername ?

thats supposed to be a double backslash btw

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Space Monkey Feb 02, 2013 07:10 PM Reply | Bookmark
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I have also been having this problem as of late. Seems i have to reboot my computer for it to work again. Try rebooting all the computers on the network and make sure they are up to date with windows updates.

Space

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TrippinDeath Feb 03, 2013 01:23 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Hey 486, No I dont get the same error, I just tried it and it gave me the pop up for login in information... which is really strange.

I also found out that in safe mode with networking I get the pop up for login in as well.

So that leads me to believe that a piece of software on my system is stopping me from accessing my network files from the network section in my computer... which I really dont understand...

But thanks for the idea!

Is there anything that may be interfering with that section of my computer?

and space monkey, restarting does not help.

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