Error de origen común?:
El servidor DHCP no asignó ninguna dirección de red al equipo para la tarjeta de red con dirección de red 0x080027003CDF. Error: 0x79. El equipo continuará intentando obtener una dirección desde el servidor de direcciones de red (DHCP).
Deshabilita IPV6 y comprueba si el error sigue apareciendo
Nothing to worry about, the system repeatedly tries to start the logger session until it succeeds. A temporary failure to start mostly (but not always) happens during a system state transition from standby to running.
- ipconfig /all -- return (save results for next time---its microsoft)
- ipconfig /flushdns --return
- ipconfig /release /all --return
They say the homegroup only work with other win7 system on the network and since I do not have another win7 to share media and file on the local network I figured I did not need it. Well that is when approximately that I started receiving these errors messages. As a trial solution, I re-enable the homegroup and rebooted the system, the error message did not reappear so far, I keep my finger crossed.
Leaving the homegroup did not stop me from sharing file through a regular workgroup on my local network, I am still confuse as to why they have to introduce this homegroup at all.
Long story short, if you use Homegroups to share a printer, the person who is physically connected to the printer likely doesn't want to install any printers found on Homegroup on their computer.