Interesting stuff here is it never joined my other computer in a homegroup but it says it belongs to a home group. So I thought of removing this PC from homegroup. But the following error appears everytime. Also I'm unable to see or change
the homegroup password.
I forgot to mention that both PCs are running Win7 64 and both have been updated to SP1.
Edited byMalakarCTuesday, August 16, 2011 9:03 AMpoint missed
4.Click the Start Button, type "cmd" (without quotation marks), in the search result list, right click on Cmd.exe and select Run as administrator.
Net start p2pimsvc
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When I type cmd, cmd.exe does not come up in the search resuts. If I press enter, a black screen comes up with my name. I put in Net stop p2pimsvc, and when I hit enter it asks me if I want to delete the peer group. I say yes, and then
it says access denied! So I still cannot delete my computer from the homegroup, and it still won't let me reset a password. It keeps saying, you are not connected to the home group even though it has me "joined"
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