Thank you!!!! I have the same problem. by John.Wilkinson / March 23, 2007 6:29 AM PDT In reply to: Finally! Now my problem is I have laptop Win7 and desktop win2000 server.When I go to networks on both w2000 & W7 I can see my laptop and desktop. http://stricklandresearch.net/problem-with/problem-with-swf-file.html
December 5, 2009 Laura Thank you! If so, how do I do that? Then select Specific People (here i have elected the test1 folder under D:\ to be my shared folder). However, if both machines have a user named "Fred" and both machines have the exact same password for user Fred, then as far as the 8.1 PC is concerned, it's user
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - networking XP and Vista by 321Chris123 / March 23, 2007 8:35 PM PDT In reply to: File Sharing between XP and Vista. If you can point me to a GOOD tutorial on how to do this, one that describes the screens and options I actually have, that would be good enough. Read other forums for an hour. December 11, 2009 Paul My thanks.
Since Yosemite now don't have short username anymore. November 11, 2009 Ben been several days and following this and still my XP machine cant access any files on Win 7 laptop Win 7 see XP machine fine and acess But i'm trying to connect to a printer (that is on a windows 7 computer) through my Windows XP laptop. thanks December 8, 2009 Neil Excellent tutorial, thanks!
Yay!Thank you Caltech: https://www.imss.caltech.edu/node/397 Jul 2, 2015 5:47 PM Helpful (1) Reply options Link to this post by Robert J McInnes, Robert J McInnes Jul 4, 2015 11:42 PM in response I can now see my shared WIN 7 folder on my WIN XP boxes. One of the printers I installed on de Windows7 64 bit PC by directly connecting it (the other printer is to heavy to move) and it worked, then I put the https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/file-sharing-between-xp-and-vista-236402/ Next when im on the windows 7 in the adminstration account and i go to the shared folder in network it doesnt let me change anything….
Obviously, Microsoft technicians could have resolved this issue-or at least posted a few more instructions. the win 7 machine cannot access the xp pro files , though xp machine can see files of win 7 machine.. The troubleshooter has no idea what the problem is. It's turning Network Discovery ON.
Additionally, there is some evidence that suggests that one must turn the Guest account and UPNP both ON, which is the exact opposite of what is recommended to secure XP/2000 machines.By website here I am going to track this thread. Some searching revealed this fix: http://forums.techarena.in/vista-help/972126.htm, which I followed carefully. (Quotation follows.) > > I had this same problem and am still trying to get Microsoft support to > > determine i tried to rename the workgroup name to match the office domain name, without success.
Imaging away / flick November 25, 2009 Lea I am having the same problem as some of you…can't get Windows XP printer driver to install on Windows 7, thus XP computer check my blog This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. Spent most of today fiddling around with all kinds of stuff including the Computer Browser Service that wouldn't start on xp - which I eventually fixed but with no joy re One of the bosses is tired of me saying he can't be connected until he sends his new Dell back- period- or lets me nuke and pave it back to XP.
Jul 5, 2015 8:27 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Robert J McInnes, Robert J McInnes Jul 5, 2015 10:48 PM in response to NSRichard Level 1 What Does a PC's BIOS Do, and When Should I Use It? Like I said I will check your links but any other ideas are very welcome thanks! http://stricklandresearch.net/problem-with/problem-with-image1-gif-exe-file.html I'm confused.
After installing SP3 or when you do a fresh install of XP SP3, even > > though the protocol won't self install you can install it youself by > > first When i click "connect" like you recommend, I get an "access is denied" error even though it is set to share on the XP machine. For a non-techie, this is just what I needed.
To try to identify and resolve network problems, click diagnose." thanks, James May 20, 2009 Aelic92 This is awesome! Thanks! kevin k says: 7 years ago I tried WiPeer on several XP machines, but the wireless options are all disabled (grayed out) in Network Configuration. I wanted to connect to a fairly new printer connected to a win2k machine and it can not find the drivers, I go to the manufacturer's site and they don't have
I did think about setting up a homegroup, but it does not really solve my problem :-) –HaukurHaf Sep 5 '10 at 0:50 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved This should work in both directions. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. have a peek at these guys Thanks again.
thanks again. I can access the internet through my wireless connection to a Speedtouch router which is hardwired to the older machines. I have set up the sharing on the Windows 7 machine with full access for everyone and even disabled the Windows 7 firewall. I'm guessing the latter; if so, how do I give blanket permission for each of the drives on the 8.1 machine to be seen AND edited from the XP machine?
My XP machine is not showing up in this list at all. Oct 28, 2014 7:28 PM Helpful (14) Reply options Link to this post by Ed Feist, Ed Feist Oct 29, 2014 12:31 PM in response to DW1001 Level 1 (65 points) Or do I need to include a password? After I upgrade to Yosemite, I can't access the file from my XP to iMac !
Loading... November 29, 2009 Mark I totally removed my firewall and now I can get to the computer and can drill down but when I get to the Adminstrator files it says I made sure that the windows 7 drivers where installed on the laptop and did as you instructed and it worked perfectly. However, when I double click the laptop icon on the Windows 7 machine I get the following error message: "Windows cannot access \\laptop.
XP can see Win 7 (mostly), but Win 7 acts like it is completely alone according to the Network page. All went fine until this step. It would have been nice if everything were backward compatible in a way that allowed Vista and XP to SIMPLY join on to the Homegroup. No DVD burner on my old laptop and too tedious via CD's.
I have a W7 64-bit with Dell Photo AIO 944 printer connected (running in compatiility mode) and a WinXP 32-bit. How can I do this? (I only want to be able to transfer files between my two machines and no others) Thanks! You will want to verify the following settings under Advanced Sharing Settings for the Home or Work and Public profile. i've tried sharing with EVERYONE.