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I can't even see my XP box on my Win 7 box. I don't know much about this stuff but isn't the wired connection a faster one? Hooked up the old printer to it, found a good enough driver. Just create a new PORT named as \\\ And don't forget the Windows Update button if you can't find your printer in the list. click site

November 27, 2009 Ts Very good article, a good follouo would be , "how to add a windows 7 pc to an existing XP network" November 27, 2009 John Re 7 If I remove ‘Everyone' from either location, my XP machine can no longer access the shares. The Bad TV still looks second-rate on large screens. There are plenty of others.

I'm having exactly the same problem and despite all the questions I've yet to find anyone with an answer. Any help on putting me straight would be real cool. I was about to give up until I found your advise. As file size increases (greater than 100MB), wireless file transfers tend to fail.

  1. My win7 machine can't connect to the printer on my XP machine.
  2. Follow the instructions exactly.
  3. Thanks!
  4. At least for tonight :-) October 28, 2009 plooger Just wanted to chime-in that I *was* experiencing the ~can't access Win7hp shared folders from XP Home~ hassle … UNTIL I added
  5. I have a similar problem as John Porter.

May 21, 2009 mysticgeek @docpaul: It is an official embedded theme you can download it at: http://rapidshare.com/files/152117971/Official_Embedded_Theme_for_Windows_XP_and_2003.zip May 21, 2009 jmarkhus @james, go back over the instructions and try to follow thought i was a guru till i upgraded to rc. I have set up the sharing on the Windows 7 machine with full access for everyone and even disabled the Windows 7 firewall. I don´t see any folder.

July 25, 2009 Fuzzmaster Same problem here. can anyone please help on setting up the network on my xp. Now interestingly when installing the driver computer brought up 2 other D Link devices which must have been saved in the computer. January 5, 2010 Ken S McAfee Total Protection Service has a Firewall Connection Type option page.

Is there any such product? They have issued a call for proposals to provision and equip this remaining part of the building, and you have been asked to submit a proposal for the contract. I have a W7 64-bit with Dell Photo AIO 944 printer connected (running in compatiility mode) and a WinXP 32-bit. W7 can print.

I think it is because it needs 64 drivers on the 32-bit XP computer to work, but a) I'm terrible at finding drivers, and b) in XP when installing extra drivers The Windows 7 doesnt find the XP computers, i guess due to the workgroup vs. I did this step by (I have linksys wireless router) but I can't see xp computer when I check network. Appreciate to have your immediate help please…… December 19, 2009 Paksen Back in the good old days of Win98/2000/XP I thought it was a no-no to enable file sharing.

I only need to be able to access files on the XP machine from the Win 7 machine. May 20, 2009 dinesh Hard work Geek. I tried many things…but could not make my network PCs appear… I can ping the ip of XP machine which is assigned by the router.. Mike - you may need to do the "add printer" steps and check you have the software for the printer installed on your XP machine.

worked beautifully. Is there anyway to use the printer with Windows 7, I am told there are no drivers available for Windows 7. I can now see my shared WIN 7 folder on my WIN XP boxes. I am looking for a way to allow the Windows 7 computer access on the network.

So i download the driver from the net, go into the setup and turns out that the printer doesn't have a port cause it can't connect and therefore can't install the Use switches, rather than hubs. It finally worked.

Worth mentioning, my 2 puters workgroups were set to different names.

Router and wireless gear is all linksys. I also need to tranfer huge data across to other offices situated in US and Austrlia during night time. I have exactly the same problem as James — … on the windows7 machine I can see the Xp machine but when I try to connect I get an error message November 5, 2009 Abdullah Thanks for this great tutorial For those who dont have password, Control Panel\System and Security\Administrative Tools\local security policy then local policies\security option disable "Accounts: Administrator account status"

Went to Microcenter they said I installed it fine. October 22, 2009 Madhu Oh..frustrating problem…I installed windows 7 by formatting xp,but my old TV Tuner did not work in it.Thus,i installed xp again…but im not able to boot Windows 7 Back to top #7 StartingOver StartingOver Members 69 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:About 70 miles from Galveston Bay wade fishing! They are also more convenient, at least for me.

XP sees win7 and connects and transfers files both ways. I set up a 4-port 100Mbps hub and a second access point in the corner of the breakfast area, which already had a wired connection. Please help. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.

I currently have a kodak esp5 printer on an xp machine and could not for the life of me get my windows 7 laptop use the printer. Connection type, wired, wireless. Thanks MysticGeek and everyone else. is there a way to share between the 2 medias?

How did you get Windows 7 to allow you to install the x86 drivers? I have a printer wired to the PC. i have a network set up and my old laptop could print over the network (wifi) but the new win 7 laptop sees the printer but cant connect or said it Log In or Register to post comments Moler (not verified) on Aug 11, 2007 I had same problem as described above.

I have used every wizard available and linksys phone tech/online support software, and been all over the net looking for answers. I was actually looking for for some info on the configuration of wireless routers is concern. 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 close WindowsWindows 10 Windows Server 2016 Windows Server 2012 Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2003 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP Exchange ServerExchange Server 2013 Exchange Server 2010 Exchange

But I cannot get the WinXP machine to print. *sigh*. November 30, 2009 Trebor This is an awesome tut, however when I come to the add additional drivers section Win 7 can't find the driver for the X86 OS. Check your firewall, I have Mcafee on both PCs and Mcafee was set to treat the PCs as a trusted network. 2. Although I didn’t have that issue when sharing the root of a hard drive installed in my pc.

Then it worked, finally !