Acquiring the skills and discipline to compose coherent paragraphs and comprehend detailed instructions will also strengthen a persons ability to circumvent Microsoft's ubiquitous networking hurdles. WTF? Appreciate the tutorial. November 2, 2009 Barry I'm totally stumped at this step: "Now if you go into Network in Windows 7 you should see your XP machine and the Windows 7 as well my review here
Tuesday, November 24, 2009 1:19 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have the same problem The share shows up on my XP Media Center laptop but when After all machines were connected I went to each one and renamed the workgroup to a totally new name, then rebooted each machine. 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 Proposed as answer by Exzeekial Tuesday, March 16, 2010 6:44 AM Marked as answer by Carey FrischMVP, Moderator Saturday, February 26, 2011 8:35 AM Thursday, February 04, 2010 10:11 PM Reply
when i try to access the c drive i get access denied dut to "you may not have permissions" i have permissions setr up on the win 7 pc to allow Monday, November 16, 2009 7:48 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote IT DON'T WORK Thursday, November 19, 2009 7:10 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote It is only when I do this that my XP machine sees the printer and allows me to print. seeing win 7 c drive from an xp pc.
It can be done using appropriate (32 or 64 bit version) tool DEVCON.EXE (which is part of Windows Driver Kit - Download details: Windows Driver Kit Version 7.1.0). I'd like to access Share" Computer B requests authentication: "A, this is B. thank you July 10, 2009 Sudz Great tutorial, however I cannot seem to get Windows 7 to install the x86 printer drivers for Windows XP (this is for a Canon i850). How To Share Files Between Windows 7 And Xp December 11, 2009 Mara We have 2 hp (psc1315/laserjet1200) printers, connected to a mini notebook with Windows XP 32 bit on it (serves as sort-of-printserver).
The Win 7 machine can print to my network printers just fine. THANKS GUYS! This worked like a dream! One mistake I was making was letting Win 7 name the network group "WORKGROUP" (don't use the default Homegroup network as it only works between Win 7 machines).
I have no issues accessing the shared folders (vista/xp) from win7 machines. Connect Xp To Windows 7 Homegroup I don't ever comment, but wanted you to know that they're really great. It works! After finding that solution, everything else worked.
Hence, I can't get any further in the writeup Carmine D'Ambrosio. Tony Linde, Apr 3, 2010 #6 Tony Linde Messages: 29 Back again. Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share A CCM membership gives you access to additional options. Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together Using Windows 7 RC Vista that works.
However, I still cannot get Win 7 to see my XPs on the network. http://linux4newbie.com/windows-7/windows-98-connect-to-network-share.html I went back to the folder, right click properties >> select Sharing Tab >> select [Share …] button >> select ‘Everyone' from drop down >> select [Add] button >> chose ‘Everyone' you must add a "guest" account and give them all access.it goes throughsome file stuff which takes a while but it works. XP never be able to access Share made on 7 until 7 is rebooted. How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan
BTW, the change to Group Policy mentioned above did not help in my situation. However, trusted network in Mcafee speak still blocks shared folders, basically had to fiddle round in the advanced firewall settings and change the specific IP address from public network to trusted Can anyone help? get redirected here The result: Our spanking new Windows 7 64-bit Ultimate Edition notebook connected right away to our poor old gasping and partially fossilized Windows 2000 servasaurus.
great tutorial November 10, 2009 Sheryl Awesome detailed instructions! Microsoft Kb 913628. This was also on top of all the other settings I found too (work network, same homegroup, no 128 bit encryption). This is apparently a common issue.
I'm no novice at this, having successfully set up networks with MACs & PCs since Windows NT4, but this is ludicrous. Scenario: 2 Workstations, same domain (W2K3 Domain Controller), one WinXPx64 other Win7x64. Gunnar in Sweden http://www.filmtuben.se/index.php Report Gunnar- Jun 15, 2010 04:16PM I simply shut of f-secure firewall and engaged windows firewall. Windows Xp Cannot Connect To Windows 7 Shared Folder Sunday, July 12, 2009 4:15 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I agree with Scott, and been having the same problem.
It looked like this should be fairly simple, but for some reason it's not. So I decided to make a batch file that can restart the server service and stick to Scheduled Tasks. it didn't help to turn it off... useful reference That's it !!!
The first half the tutorial worked but still could not see laptops. cheers Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Finaly someone woh understands. Then just hit VPN and bobs your uncle. Do you keep getting the network password window where no password will work?
Thanks for the effort! Proposed as answer by NTauthority T.Welch Wednesday, September 15, 2010 11:04 AM Sunday, May 17, 2009 4:40 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote check your firewall setting too November 22, 2009 kevin I've the windows xp pro & window 7 pro hooked up via dlink router.. My primary concern was to share files and this worked perfectly.
Thanks again. If your XP machine is an x86 OS you can install Additional Drivers before setting up the XP machine. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - homegroup or workgroup by TaraS_WinTeam / December 5, 2009 11:26 AM PST In reply to: Windows XP to 7 file sharing Are all When I set up the computer I attached the router to the new computer.
Right click Setup.inf and select Install. 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 It scans through the files in that folder then finishes. All went fine until this step.
November 2, 2009 Xyrf I have tried to share a printer from my Win7 x64 to my Vista x64 with no success. Just want to add: Default value, as documentation explains in thesecond tab (when editing the setting),SHOULD BE NT & NTLM, but it was not! Tara Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Same problem by floydjpz / December 6, 2009 2:53 AM PST In reply to: homegroup or workgroup Yes, both computers have the I do all the setting changes and then I get to: "Now you should see your XP machine on Network" I don't see any of the XP machines I have.
Can you bend light to go in a circle? Helpful +18 Report JA Nov 17, 2009 04:02PM Thank you for the answer about changing the Win 7 Network settings to "Work" rather than "Home" group. I have XP home, and cannot access local security whatsoever.