Cant connect to desktop from laptop Tags: Configuration Laptops Desktops Wireless Networking Last response: March 20, 2010 5:20 PM in Wireless Networking Share turban02 March 20, 2010 12:30:14 AM Hello, okay i have a sony vaio windows 7 laptop and gateway desktop with vista. I had the networking working an able to print and all, but now my laptop can't find the desktop nor can my desktop find the laptop. whats going on? More about : connect desktop laptop Anonymous a b D Laptop March 20, 2010 8:29:38 AM Have you turned off firewall on both machines ? roy124 March 20, 2010 5:20:46 PM What is the printer connected to? You seem to be suggesting that it is connected to the desktop and was shared with the laptop. Is the laptop connecting by wireless? Have you installed a firewall or something like Norton or Zone Alarm? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumMy Desktop cant connect normally and disrupts internet connection ForumWithout laptop hard drive, can i connect to the desktop HD from laptop ForumConnect To Desktop Problems.. Can't read files.. ForumI can\'t connect to the router via my laptop . I just turned it off several weeks ForumAsus laptop can't connect to Netgear N600 router. ForumWhy can't Vista laptop print on printer connected to XP Desktop ? ForumCan't connect with Remote Desktop ForumHow to connect a laptop to a desktop with an ethernet cable ForumCan't connect wireless from laptop ForumRemote Desktop , can't Connect ForumWireless laptop connect to Wired Desktop ForumCan't Connect using Remote Desktop ForumDesktop/Laptop Ethernet Cable Connection Problem ForumDesktop cannot connect but laptop can?? ForumCANNOT CONNECT DESKTOP & LAPTOP TO MY WIFI ROUTER ForumMake a adapter to connect a laptop EIDE HDD to a Desktop PC ForumHow to connect laptop and desktop ForumBest wireless network card for my router? ForumMy compax laptop wireless is not working ForumHow to connect wifi on mobile phones More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !