I have a major problem with my Windows 7 Ultimate; which is:
1. I have 2 computers, one of them is a laptop. Both of them are having the same version of operating system (Windows 7 Ultimate x64).
2. Each one of them has a Static IP; my PC: 192.168.1.2 and my Laptop: 192.168.1.3. In each one of them, the "Enable NetBios over TCP/IP" option is enabled. Both of them can ping each other by name and IP.
3. When I try to access the laptop from my PC it goes on, when I try to do the opposite, it gives me the following error: "Network Error; Windows Cannot Access \\192.168.1.2 - Error Code: x80070035".
4. Some times when it accesses the PC and I try to open my shared partition, it gives me the following: "Network Error; Windows Cannot Access \\192.168.1.2/g".
I have scanned both of them > nothing at all. I have tried to turn off the windows and the ESET Smart Security, but in vain.
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