Network, server or computer problems can cause a network resource’s name to be unrecognizable when your computer tries to access it. There could be several underlying reasons why this error occurs, but these basic steps should be followed first to troubleshoot/resolve this error.
Please note that these steps, while not advanced, do involve the registry on your computer. Be sure that you understand the implications and get an experienced computer operator to help if you do not feel confident about taking these steps.
These steps will usually resolve the Windows error code 67 problem. If this does not work, or if you are unable to locate the registry key mentioned above, contact your systems administrator or a network technician to assist with the issue.
Some computers will not have an Lmhosts parameter in the registry and it will have to be created. Taking this step is beyond what most users should attempt. That is why it is necessary to contact a computer professional to help if you are not able to edit or locate the registry key.
TipFor more information, please see: How to fix Network error #67