Homegroups and file file sharing between computers in your local network is important, but some users report that they are being asked to join a nonexistent homegroup on Windows 10. This is a strange problem, but fortunately for you, there’s a solution available.
Users report that they are being asked to join a nonexistent homegroup after they have reinstalled their operating system or after upgrading to Windows 10. However, it’s not possible to join a Homegroup that doesn’t exist and at the same time you cannot delete that Homegroup. So how can you fix this issue?
Leave Homegroup on all computers and set up a new Homegroup
Easiest way to do this is to turn off all of your computers that are connected to your homegroup. Now you need to start one of your computers and create a new Homegroup on it. Then turn on other computers one by one and go to the Control Panel and you’ll be asked to join the newly created Homegroup using a new password. In some cases you might have to leave Homegroup on all computers manually and then turn off all of your computers in order to create a new Homegroup.
As you can see, asking to join a nonexistent Homegroup can be a big problem if you rely on Homegroups for sharing files with other users on your local network, but this fix should be able to help you out. If this fix doesn’t work we have recently covered what to do if you cannot set up a Homegroup on Windows 10, so this might be helpful to you since most of that solutions can be applied to fixing issues with nonexisting Homegroups.
We hope that our solutions were helpful to you and that you have managed to resolve issue that you had with nonexistent Homegroup.