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Error code: 0x80070035 The network path was not found

    问题

  • "Error code: 0x80070035 The network path was not found" while trying to access another PC running Windows 7 Ultimate I searched and read dozens of similiar posts to try to resolve this issue with no success.

    The situation is, I have a router in home with 4 PC's connected. My central PC is running Windows 7 Ultimate. The others are Windows 7 Ultimate again, and 2 running XP Pro. No special Firewalls, just have Windows Firewall enabled on all PC's, and am running KasperskyInternetSecurity2010 on all. (Have disabled these on all PC's and tried to view/connect and it didnt make a difference, same error)

    Fact one: not attempting a Homegroup connection at all, just simply wishing to connect in a basic network environment where I can drag and drop files between all PC's in my Home Network or in my house , however its considered. But on the Windows 7 I am unable to view either of the XP's only the other Win7, and when I try to access that one is when I get the "Error code: 0x80070035 The network path was not found".  

    Furthermore, while troubleshooting the problem I opened a Command Prompt in all computers, then an "ipconfig" to view each ip address. Then began to ping each machine to determin connectivity. Which resulted in partial success. My main Win7 machine (which i am on now) was able to ping successfully to all machines. But all other machines were unable to ping to me (main Win7). with a 100% loss.

    So at least I determined this is most likely a helpful fact in resolving this. Going into "services.msc" I made sure that all the obvious services are started and running:

    DCHP Client, Homegroup Listener, Homegroup Provider, Link-Layer Topology Discovery Mapper, NetTcp Port SHaring Service, Network Connections, Network List Service, Network Location Awareness, TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper

    All strarted and running in Automactic mode.

    Not sure what other information I can give at this point, to help assist in fixing this problem. Please dont hesitate to ask for me for more info if needed. Ready and willing to try anything to get this working, except for reinstalling the OS. All my programs work great and do not wish to go through the drama ao reinstalling all my programs and activating them and redoing all my Adobe settings and CAD settings.

    Someone please help !

    2010年4月5日 19:32

答案

  • Hi,

     

    In addition, I would like to suggest the following:

     

    Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP:

     

    1.    Go to “Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections”.

    2.    Right-Click on the connection and choose Properties.

    3.    Click “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Version 4” in the list.

    4.    Click Properties, and then click Advanced.

    5.    On the Advanced TCP/IP settings windows, go to “WINS” tab.

    6.    Under NetBIOS setting, click “Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP”, and then click OK.

     

    Thanks.


    Nicholas Li - MSFT
    2010年4月6日 10:15
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  • Having trouble trying to configure the Kaspersky Firewall....but with just disabling it, I am able to connect to my other pc's in my home network. Problem pinpointed. Thank you Eric.

    Will update this post as soon as I get this Kaspersky figured out. I love Kaspersky, but they sure couldn't design this interface to be anymore confusing and cryptic if they tried. In reguards to the Firewall rules/creation.

    Thanks again Eric

    2010年4月5日 22:26

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  • Hello davey9970_1

    Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 does include a firewall. If you haven't already, you'll need to properly configure it to allow file and printer sharing over the local area network. Some firewalls work by adding the ip address to the trusted zone.

    http://usa.kaspersky.com/support/home/internet_security/is2010/t207802595/208280446/


    Eric
    • 已建议为答案 Eric Cross 2010年4月5日 23:41
    2010年4月5日 20:02
  • All network activity is allowed in that setting. Also, this networking has actually worked for me already. For some unknown reason, it just stopped working and am getting this same error. And my XP machines will no show up in network. I can easily uninstall the Kaspersky and try it all again, if you really believe this to be the root of the error. I am lost with this. Read so many pages on blogs about what to do to resolve this and nothing is working yet. Any other ideas ?

    Thank you for your response.

    Dave

    2010年4月5日 21:31
  • supplemental Eric,

    I am currently trying to configure the Kaspersky firewall settings manuelly now, but its confusing. Using the info in the link you stated

    2010年4月5日 22:10
  • Having trouble trying to configure the Kaspersky Firewall....but with just disabling it, I am able to connect to my other pc's in my home network. Problem pinpointed. Thank you Eric.

    Will update this post as soon as I get this Kaspersky figured out. I love Kaspersky, but they sure couldn't design this interface to be anymore confusing and cryptic if they tried. In reguards to the Firewall rules/creation.

    Thanks again Eric

    2010年4月5日 22:26
  • You're welcome davey!


    Eric
    2010年4月5日 23:06
  • Hi,

     

    In addition, I would like to suggest the following:

     

    Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP:

     

    1.    Go to “Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections”.

    2.    Right-Click on the connection and choose Properties.

    3.    Click “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Version 4” in the list.

    4.    Click Properties, and then click Advanced.

    5.    On the Advanced TCP/IP settings windows, go to “WINS” tab.

    6.    Under NetBIOS setting, click “Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP”, and then click OK.

     

    Thanks.


    Nicholas Li - MSFT
    2010年4月6日 10:15
    版主
  •  

    Re. Not so simple file sharing under Win 7 professins.

    Apparently there were file sharing changes made in Win7. I have tried every solution including enabling Netbios (Per your reco) and I am  still unable to see any of by my workgroups.

    I resarched "simple file share" and it is being handled differently under WIN 7.

    Initially I did a Hard Disk upgrade and installed WIN 7 professional (Full Version) from scratch and I am running into this problem with file sharing and network visibility. re error (0x80070035) "invalid path". I do have the network discovery turned on as recommended and my notebook is discovering nothing.  I can ping various workstaions and can also do RDP to the terminal servers & PCs.

    I have done serveral upgrades on other HP notebooks  from Vista Pro to Win7 Pro and had no problems with file sharing and network visibility.

    So what shall I do next???   I am willing to reload Win 7 pro... But what assurance do I have that it's going to work.

    Is there a Patch??  Was this issue ever resolved??  If you have patch to the registry, I am willing to do that..

    Let me Know,

    Joey

    2010年5月16日 19:28
  • Did we ever manage to solve this?  I have the same issue, tried all of the standard fixes and nothing worked.  I even changed Anti-Virus platforms (from Symantec to Kaspersky) and it still happens.
    2011年1月21日 1:06
  • For what it's worth department. I tried ALL the above suggestions to no avail but in my case the following worked for my situation.

     

    Go to Control Panel

    Go to Credential Manager on each Windows 7 machine on the network

    Under Windows Credentials, type in the name of each machine, username and password

     

    It sounds too simple but it worked for me. The shared files and folders popped right up after this!

     

    2011年2月5日 5:11
  • This is Windows 7 not Vista and you use the same settings that don't exist in Control Panel
    2011年2月9日 17:50
  • For what it's worth department. I tried ALL the above suggestions to no avail but in my case the following worked for my situation.

     

    Go to Control Panel

    Go to Credential Manager on each Windows 7 machine on the network

    Under Windows Credentials, type in the name of each machine, username and password

     

    It sounds too simple but it worked for me. The shared files and folders popped right up after this!

     

    I LOVE YOU I LOVE YOU I LOVE YOU!!!!!!

     

    You solved my issh!!!!!

    2011年2月15日 0:48
  • Thank you.  This fixed a long standing problem!
    2011年2月22日 5:16
  • Did not work for me.  Under the name, do you add the computer name or logon name?
    Nick Arena
    2011年2月27日 18:15
  • Late addition to this thread. I was trying to connect a win7 laptop to a private dns network via wireless router (win server 2008, with 3 clients on win7, all 64bit) I could ping ip addresses and names with no trouble, but no network connections. 

    I had same err code 0x8007035 when I tried to network to another client, and 0x800704cf when i tried to connect to win svr. 

    The fix was simple; in Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections make sure under 'Local Area Connections" that the "Client for Microsoft Networks' connection is installed, is being used, and is active. Everything worked for me seemlessly post that.

     

     

    2011年3月11日 12:03
  • You are a genius, Turdle.  I had the same exact problem after switching to cable modem and upgrading my wireless router.  I was no longer able to RDP into my WinXP Pro from my Win 7 and this did the trick.  Amazing...  Thanks!!!
    2011年4月14日 6:06
  • Hi

    This worked for me. Great Solution. Thanks a lot

    2011年4月30日 5:36
  • Saw this on  Server 2008 R2 Today this is how I fixed it

    Error code: 0x80070035

     

    Pete

    2011年5月4日 12:42
  •  it worked for me...U r gr8l
    2011年6月22日 10:04
  • Hi Davey,

    Dont feel sad for posting this answer almost 1.5yrs later. Just thought it could help someone visiting this technet.

    Go to Services.Msc and search for a service named "Server" start that service if its stopped and here you go... you will now be able to access the server using \\servername.

     

    Thanks.

     

     

    2011年9月12日 14:14
  • thanks greatscottptg  .. i did like u said and it worked for me .. thanks again
    2011年11月9日 5:18
  • great job! very helpful. Fix my network connection problems. Merci.
    2012年1月21日 4:30
  • I know this thread is old, but this post was amazingly helpful. I had tried everything and found this last minute. Love your work Turdle2005
    2012年1月23日 11:35
  • Yes! Yes! Yes!  Thank you, thank you, thank you.  I have been working on this for days and voila! Problemo fixed-oh!!!
    2012年6月9日 7:16
  • Thank you so much! This totally works for me.
    2013年1月29日 5:49
  • Thanks! You are THE MAN.

    2013年2月25日 9:47
  • This is the right answer. Just replying for people who find this thread through google.
    2013年4月2日 12:43
  • For the last few days I had same problem...after googled it I found this post. Although the post is old but sometimes error remains the same for new users. Sometimes one solution can resolved the same error and sometimes it doesn't. I did lots of permutation and combination of solutions provided in the other forum but it has not resoved. I think I have to share my experience for the error code 0x80070035 and it will be helpful for future users. While trying to access the network computer by typing \\xx.xx.xx.xx or \\computer-name I got the same above error message.  I have Win XP, Win Vista, Win 7 Home basic and other version of Win OS in our company. All computers are in the same networks and having static private ip for all PCs. One of my laptop user (Win 7 Home Basic and connected with the wi-fi wireless network) tried to access the share printer which is attached with a Win XP PCs and cannot get access of that PC (All other users can access the printer and able to print but this user (Win 7 Home Basic) cannot access it. But can ping. Both side pinging is done. While other users who has the Win 7 Home Basic is able to print. I tried to disable Windows Firewall, Quick Heal Anti-Virus also disabled but failed to resolve. I have tried to Enable Netbios over TCP/IP in network connection/Internet Protocol Version (TCP/IPv4)/Properties/Advanced/Wins, but also not resolved. I tried to connect as Home group, Publlic Network etc. but failed. I did the above given solution of Credential Manager but failed. Suddenly I got the idea to see the setting of Wireless Network Connection. So I Right-Click on the Wireless Network Connection and choose Properties/in this box, I click on File and Printer sharing for Microsoft Networks, although this check box was enabled. I click on instal button and install the client and again install the service under this menu. After that I close the menu and it asked for restart the system after restarting the PC the problem has gone. So I think the services/protocol/client for File and Printer sharing for Microsoft Networks was not properly installed or not works at all in my case. Thanks!! 

    2013年4月27日 10:35
  • Another thing to consider depending on where the network lives between the computers trying to access is whether you can verify seeing the endpoints.  try ping or trace routing to verify there is no network bottlenecks to the end point desired.

    Command line:

    tracert (endpoint IP)

    ping (endpoint)

    ping 8.8.8.8 to verify internet traffic if needed.

    If multi-pathed you may try adding a persistent route to verify this traffic is leaving on the proper assignment verse over internet:

    Example:

    Route add ip –p mask subnet Gateway metric 1  

    You can verify through [route print] and  using windump or ethereal / wireshark..

    2013年4月30日 17:01
  • The same result. It's fixed the same problem in my machine.
    2013年5月9日 7:42
  • Sorry to dig an old topic. I come across the google search.

    My PC can see LAPTOP but can't  browse each other in these week. But if LAPTOP connect by LAN, they can browse each other. After read this topic, I have an idea that I never look in the Kaspersky firewall settings. I look into only Windows firewall and network sharing center.

    For some reason, Kaspersky firewall detect my WIFI connection or change it to "Public" which I set to block file sharing in "network and sharing center".

    Set back to "Local" which solved the problem.

    • 已建议为答案 VK_Marty 2013年7月3日 7:07
    • 取消建议作为答案 VK_Marty 2013年7月3日 7:07
    2013年5月13日 6:09
  • Also sorry to raise this, but two of us so far can't find a solution...

    Two PC's running Windows 7 Professional, Laptop running 64bit and Desktop running 32 bit. Both part of the same Workgroup on a wireless network.

    With Homegroup active the DT can see and access the LT, but the LT can see the DT is there but when you click on it in the lefthand menu all you get is this error.

    Disable Homegroup and try network, same deal. I can access and open files on the LT from the DT no problem, but the LT will not access the DT at all.

    Now, both will ping each other but using the IP address from the LT does not work. Turning off all firewalls (including Windows FW) does not work. Adding credentials does not work. Diasbling all anti-virus and FW on both machines does not work.

    It has been suggested to do a full reinstall on the LT, which I would really prefer not to do if I can find another solution!!
    2013年7月3日 7:08
  • I faced the same problem and this is what helped me:

    1.) Go to Task Manager, and select Services.

    2.) Look for the service called Web Client.

    3.) Stop and Start it.

    4.) Then you should be able to connect to your network or ftp drive again. 

    Doing that should fix it, here's a reference the the idea behind it:

    http://community.office365.com/en-us/forums/154/p/10206/46696.aspx#46696
    • 已编辑 lokgp 2013年7月12日 12:50 Add a link
    2013年7月12日 12:50
  • Hi I have same problem when I connect to share folder QNAS(FW 3.7.8) in AD 2003R2 from W7SP1 x64 EN last update 21.7.2013. (Dell 830, 6500 ect.)I try magic with IP6 on/off, secret network adapter IP4/6,  adv. shar. settings 128 -> 40- 56/bit encrypt, Install uninstall updates, try credential manager ect.

    One way for reason this issue for me and may network :-)

     HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\LanmanWorkstation\Parameters\RequireSecuritySignature   dword:0

    • 已建议为答案 BWMerlin 2013年9月4日 5:05
    2013年7月30日 14:39
  • I have finally found the answer to this problem.

    If you copy and paste the network path that you are trying to connect to into windows explorer it will wait several seconds and then ask you for your credentials.  Enter the required details and select re-connect at sign in and this should fix your issue.

    For some reason it appears that windows forgets the credentials and they must be re-entered into the network.

    Hope this helps 

    2013年7月31日 13:59
  • This immediately worked for me when I'd had the "Error code: 0x80070035 The network path was not found".

    THANK YOU,

    Dianna

    2013年8月14日 7:26
  • I am having similar difficulty getting my Windows 7 laptop to recognize/share with my XP desktop, and vice versa. Both are able to see one another in the workgroup, both are able to ping one another, and both access the other through \\(IP address), but will not access through \\(Computer Name) or the icons shown in the local workgroup. Up until today, this was not a problem - both easily connected to the other as they should. They began having the problem after both performed a Windows Update this morning.  I can use the IP address workaround for now, but any help getting it back to the way it was would be appreciated.
    2013年8月15日 4:30
  • thanks man. i followed your solution and it worked for me.
    2013年8月17日 9:02
  • Hi I have same problem when I connect to share folder QNAS(FW 3.7.8) in AD 2003R2 from W7SP1 x64 EN last update 21.7.2013. (Dell 830, 6500 ect.)I try magic with IP6 on/off, secret network adapter IP4/6,  adv. shar. settings 128 -> 40- 56/bit encrypt, Install uninstall updates, try credential manager ect.

    One way for reason this issue for me and may network :-)

     HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\LanmanWorkstation\Parameters\RequireSecuritySignature   dword:0


    I stumbled across this same solution myself.  I could connect to file shares that were hosted on servers but not file shares hosted on NAS devices.  I eventually twigged that it was the NAS and that shares use SMB and that I must be using a newer version or some other aspect of SMB that the NAS could not handle.  Sure enough "RequireSecuritySignature" was set to dword:1 but other devices that could connect were set to dword:0, changed my machine to dword:0, restart and everything is now working.
    2013年9月4日 5:10
  • Check TCP/IP netbios helper service running or not..

    It Provides support for the NetBIOS over TCP/IP (NetBT) service and NetBIOS name resolution for clients on the network, therefore enabling users to share files, print, and log on to the network. If this service is stopped, these functions might be unavailable. If this service is disabled, any services that explicitly depend on it will fail to start.


    Thanks & Regards, Vishal

    2013年9月7日 3:24
  • I made an account just to say THANK YOU. I had tried adding a credential in the manager but it just wouldn't work but this did. 
    2013年10月26日 13:47
  • MY CONFIGURATION

    error code 0x80070035 only from render node to pc1 (workstation)

    from pc1 to render node i can see shared folder and copying file at 90mb/s!

    https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1Fbwy64ZWn03elZ3W5ecLkOriGlHU356NMVgvYMVebsI/edit?usp=sharing

    if something is wrong...telle me!

    1. in credential have the same setting (path, psw and "local pc")
    2. are under same homegroup
    3. have same workgruop name
    4. have netbios in wins activated

    which is problem??

    i'm loosing hours of my life!! is not a good thing......



    • 已编辑 MARCO801 2013年12月20日 16:19
    2013年12月20日 16:11
  • Excellent late addition.  I found that somehow the Client for Microsoft Networks tick mark was missing on my network team.  Added the tick mark back and now it works!  Thanks!

    2014年1月16日 22:37
  • Well for me and I went through all the "solutions" in this thread and several others, the answer was too simple... File and Printer Sharing was not enabled on the NIC.  Hopefully someone else finds that helpful.
    2014年1月31日 20:15
  • it solved the issue for connecting to one of my xp machines, but not the other one.  So half resolved.  Any resolution better than none.

    Thank you, imamuse

    2014年4月29日 17:10
  • This one didn't work for me - but it didn't affect the fix applied for the 2nd XP machine

    Thank you, imamuse

    2014年4月29日 17:30
  • For what it's worth department. I tried ALL the above suggestions to no avail but in my case the following worked for my situation.

     

    Go to Control Panel

    Go to Credential Manager on each Windows 7 machine on the network

    Under Windows Credentials, type in the name of each machine, username and password

     

    It sounds too simple but it worked for me. The shared files and folders popped right up after this!

     

    Oh thank you so much, After 2 days, I've got my new NAS working with windows 8.1!
    2014年5月3日 20:21
  • THANK YOU SO MUCH !!! IT WORK TO ME :)

    "So at least I determined this is most likely a helpful fact in resolving this. Going into "services.msc" I made sure that all the obvious services are started and running:

    DCHP Client, Homegroup Listener, Homegroup Provider, Link-Layer Topology Discovery Mapper, NetTcp Port SHaring Service, Network Connections, Network List Service, Network Location Awareness, TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper"

    THANK YOU SO MUCH !!!

    2014年5月10日 2:06
  • All the other "fixes" failed for me...this one did the trick..so simple, in fact so simple it got overlooked! Thanks for sharing this.
    2014年5月26日 10:52
  • I realize this thread is old, but resolved the same issue today by manually configuring my BitDefender Firewall settings.

    I had tried all other Microsoft-based recommended fixes to no avail so when I saw this thread I attempted it with BitDefender's inbuilt Firewall settings. This is how I went about it for anyone using the same antivirus and experiencing a problem when attempting to access Network paths or folders.

    To fix this I had to open the BitDefender Internet Security Dashboard.
    Navigated to Settings> Firewall>Adapter Rules.
    Once in the Adapter Rules window I clicked the "Add Zone" button.
    There I entered the IP address of the network paths I wished to be allowed access to i.e. xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
    Then selected the Allowed option and clicked OK to effect the changes.
    This solved my problem without having to disable or uninstall my antivirus program.

    Thanks for pointing me in the right direction Eric

    • 已建议为答案 Kansas-1 2014年6月27日 15:48
    • 取消建议作为答案 Kansas-1 2014年6月27日 15:48
    2014年6月7日 18:02
  • I have found an answer that worked for me.

    I have 4 computers 2 windows 8.1 they are a desktop and a tablet; a windows 7 laptop and a windows XP desitop. The two desktops are wired and the others are WIFI.

    The problem was that the windows 7 would not talk to the xp. While the two 8.1 machines would talk to the xp but not 7 with all of the machines able to get to the internet.

    In a previous post to this thread Kaspersky was mentioned. I followed up a Kaspersky link and found the link given betow

    forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showtopic=82692

    What I found simply, all my local network links were public in Kaspersky. I reset them to trusted in Kaspersky and this issue was fixed.

    While I have only worked with Kaspersky it would be logical that other security software packages would have similar features.

     

    2014年6月27日 16:08
  • THANK YOU SO MUCH !!! IT WORK TO ME :)

    "So at least I determined this is most likely a helpful fact in resolving this. Going into "services.msc" I made sure that all the obvious services are started and running:

    DCHP Client, Homegroup Listener, Homegroup Provider, Link-Layer Topology Discovery Mapper, NetTcp Port SHaring Service, Network Connections, Network List Service, Network Location Awareness, TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper"

    THANK YOU SO MUCH !!!

    YES! THANKS!

    2014年6月28日 22:05