is there instructions to connect a win 7 wifi computer to a win xp pro computer with the printer on the win xp machine? Hope this helps anyone who gets the same error message as I did. This worked great. On the Windows 7 machine go into Control Panel \ All Control Panel Items \ Network and Sharing Center then click on Change advanced sharing settings. http://servergeek.net/how-to/how-to-share-printer-windows-7.html
Yes, that sounds counter-intuitive, but this is what you have to do! Very stupid this is. I beleive it is because HP Photosmart 7760 driver is called 7700 series on XP, and 7760 on win7. I have a driver installed on the XP machine and another one on the Windows 7 machine that I verified was working by connecting directly to the printer.
January 9, 2010 Skarr ARG! :) I followed this set up, I got the win 7 machine to see my XP machine. took me all day to set the network and all is working fine for file sharing execpt this print share. At forst that was not enaf and i still got the error, but i runed network setup wizard and who-al-a, i can connect to xp machine and its shares.
do u know whats the cause of this problem or how to fix it? Eric Zach says: 6 years ago That's some great advice. June 10, 2009 PeterH When I tried to install a network printer connected to a xp machine from windows 7, windows 7 said it couldn't because the print spooler wasn't running How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 10 The HP tech I chatted with said HP would be working a fix, but did not have one now.
And the two versions do not play nice together, especially with one being 32-bit and the other being 64-bit. How To Share Printer In Windows Xp In Lan It can open and access the two wireless XP systems if I open them using \\node-name or \\ip-address. My printer is a canon pixma ip5000. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/9040/how-to-share-files-and-printers-between-windows-7-and-vista/ I work with networks for a living and I was convinced there was a bug until I decided to look elsewhere.
For a non-techie, this is just what I needed. Sharing Printer Windows Xp Ke Windows 7 I have win xp 32bit pc hardwired to the printer and both win7 and vista 64bit machines sharing the same printer with no problems.. best regards viktor January 6, 2010 mjuice Followed it step by step didn't work. August 9, 2009 Eddy From my vista/xp machine, i can see the shared folder but access was denial.
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Most appreciated. How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 64 Bit Click A network printer, or a printer attached to another computer, and then click Next. Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together You might not have permission to use this network resource.
grateful says: 6 years ago Thanks! check over here If everything goes perfectly, Windows 7 should automatically add the printer to your set of printers. Would you like to finish this? December 6, 2009 dwight Thanks thanks thanks. How To Share A Printer In Windows 7 To Xp Mode
I have no issues accessing the shared folders (vista/xp) from win7 machines. Got a new windows 7 desktop. Both are in Workgroup. his comment is here But now you can go through and see the User Shared folders.
This info was the most help I have ever gotten, after many tries, trying to connect my printer from my desktop to my windows 7 laptop. How To Share Printer In Windows 7 32 Bit And 64 Bit I understand I may need to install the XP drivers on the Win7 box - but I can't seem to make that work. May 25, 2011 johnnweiss Thanks for this well written explanation - and it worked.
The local install worked without a hitch for my HP installed on a Windows 7 machine. Also the printer works fine on the win 7 machine any suggestions August 6, 2009 thippesh iam sharing the printer & some file but not access for this problem is network I tried to use the win 7 machine to install same xp drivers for 86 machine and it gives an error message the location does not contain ip5000 driver for the How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan July 24, 2009 wired_retired By God man, you deserve a medal.
Makes file sharing that little bit hassle-free. I probably spent 3 days over the last 2 weeks trying to get my Netbook to print to my home network. The main computer here is Windows Vista, and this is where the accounting files are kept. weblink i have tryed everything.
It really shouldn't be this hard. Good luck. I haven't yet tried to use the printer sharing as my printers are network connected, but they do appear on the network as shared printers; But "if it ain't broke don't GCTECH says: 7 years ago it doesn't work with mine.
Depending on your setup, you might want to turn off password protected sharing. Contact your network administrator to request access." Any ideas on the fix or is XP home a lost cause?? Adding a manual port really helps. Easy & "Works like a charm." donglast says: 6 years ago Your instructions seemed to work perfectly and I successfully printed a test page from the W7 computer using the wireless
Does anybody know why is this and how can I fix it? 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. You rule. Thanks a lot!
The "user" folder is the default folder in the users settings. For the rest it looks like this would've fixed my problems. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions. Then click Finish the printer to install and complete the Wizard.
I cannot remember which of the many newer folders were created or moved on which machine. also vista doesn't ask for win7 password.. I have my printer set up on my windows 7 pc. 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.
June 10, 2009 PeterH When I tried to install a network printer connected to a xp machine from windows 7, windows 7 said it couldn't because the print spooler wasn't running Mike - you may need to do the "add printer" steps and check you have the software for the printer installed on your XP machine. Any info or help would be appreciated. My mistake for just trusting Win7's default settings.