XP System Network Neighborhood How to solve the blank?
Specifically as follows:
1. Right-click My Computer to select Properties, the computer name in the open properties, view the LAN workgroup name that appears in the tab, and if the workgroup name is inconsistent, it can cause the Network Neighborhood to not open.
2. Open the Guest account: Right click on My Computer, in the management user has a Guest account, double-click this account, the "account has been deactivated" before the hook removed.
3. Install Nwlinkipx/spx/netbioscompatibletransportprotocol protocol.
4. If the WinXP firewall is the default setting state, this means that all network connections running the computer are difficult to share. At the same time, because Windows Firewall defaults to "File and Printer Sharing", the firewall enabled restricts the sharing of the LAN. The solution is to go to the Local Area Connection window and click Advanced--"settings"--"exceptions" to check "File and Printer Sharing" under Programs and services.
5. Delete the Guest account in the "Deny access to this computer from the network" item: Run the gpedit.msc command to open Group Policy, the local computer Computer Configuration Windows settings security settings Local Policy user rights assignment denies access to this computer from the network. If there is guest, delete it. (The reason: sometimes XP guest is not allowed to access shared)
6. Remove the "Use Simple File Sharing" method: Explorer Tools Folder Options View Remove the check before using simple File sharing (recommended).
7. Check "File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks."
8. Run the services.msc command to open the service policy. Start the "Clipbookserver" (Folder server): This service allows other users on your network to see your folders. Of course, sometimes you can change it to manually start, and then use other programs to post information on your network.