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Not recognised network drives or sharing files through wifi

I have 3 desktop &a Laptop connecting through bsnl dlink ADSL router.
Pc1 - Connected through wifi (windows 7)
Pc2- Connected through network wire (windows 7)
Pc3 -Connected through network wire ( windows 10 )
Laptop - Connected through wifi / Wire ( windows 10 )
Problem : -
While connecting through Wireless network (wifi) laptop not able to recognised the other network PCs or shared files but when it connected through Wire then laptop recognised the other network PCs or shared files.
Pls help me to solve my problem.

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Sorry but I can't tell you this one.

Post was last edited on July 12, 2019 10:58 AM PDT

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Wi-fi and Network Wire Might Be Different Names

Our Xfinity/Comcast gateway (it's a modem and router all in one box) sees our wired PC (running Windows 8.1) as being on a particular named network. It sees our laptop (running Windows 10 Home) as being on a different named network. As you can imagine, this is very annoying because it makes Sharing a bit of a challenge.
The wired PC has our music collection and recorded TV shows. On the PC's Network and Sharing page i stepped through all the dropdown menus, including media streaming, and made sure all sharing options are ON. Next, under "This PC" i right-clicked on each of the two hard drives containing music and recorded TV shows, and made sure they are set to Share with Everyone.
Went through the same Network and Sharing menu on the Win 10 laptop, and made sure everything is shared, including media streaming.
Now, i always boot up the PC first in the morning and wait a couple of minutes before booting up the laptop. All the file sharing and media streaming seems to work OK. Good luck with yours.

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