After finding that solution, everything else worked. It lets me in if I hit Enter. Many, many thanks. please help. Source
But I am on N, not G. Then do File/Export and save to your Desktop. 6 Now locate the following Registry entry:- My Computer / HKEY-LOCAL-MACHINE / SYSTEM / CurrentControlSet / Control / Lsa and change the Data Type exit to close the black form. October 26, 2009 ssss Thanks, dude!
I am trying to share a Canon MP 780 from a Windows 7 64 bit computer with a Windows XP Home/Media laptop (32 bit). 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 now take the E1000 and connect a computer to one of the LAN ports (nothing else should be connected to it) to configure it as a AP (Access Point).log into the I have told the XP firewall to allow access to the machine I have downloaded the LLAD or whatever MS said was needed for the XP machine to be seen or
I probably spent 3 days over the last 2 weeks trying to get my Netbook to print to my home network. Networking Windows 7 And Xp Next double click on "Customize your printer". December 19, 2009 Terri Lesperance I found your web page fantastic! click December 29, 2009 Desert I've been trying for hours to connect my XP laptop to my Windows 7 computer's shared folders - it kept asking for a user name and password.
December 9, 2009 Gry dla dorosłych Hmmm on my Windows XP this resolution still doesnt work :( December 9, 2009 Dan I struggled for hours to connect my new laptop to Connect Xp To Windows 7 Homegroup All shared drives resulted in access issues as many have mentioned here. It is only when I do this that my XP machine sees the printer and allows me to print. Your cache administrator is webmaster.
Aside from a possible problem (I say possible because I have yet to find one) between the E1000 and my modem (A Sprint 645 series), I can't find a problem. December 8, 2009 Juan Ramon A thousand blessings for your instructions. How To Share Files Between Windows 7 And Xp To find the shared folders and devices double click on the Windows 7 machine icon under Network. Here you can see the printer connected to my Windows 7 machine is shared Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together However, when transferring files to or from the desktop PC, I can barely get over 2.0 MB/sec.
I have my laptop running Windows 7-64bit. http://servergeek.net/windows-7/how-to-share-a-folder-between-two-computers-in-windows-7.html I had to run the Set up Network wizard on the XP Machine before it would recognise the 7 machine. can anyone please help on setting up the network on my xp. May 20, 2009 dinesh Hard work Geek. How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 64 Bit
But it can't see the new desktop at all. i tried to rename the workgroup name to match the office domain name, without success. November 28, 2009 John So how do you tell 7 to log in on the workgroup instead of the homegroup that has a password window? have a peek here Generated Fri, 13 Jan 2017 03:34:26 GMT by s_wx1077 (squid/3.5.23) CNET Reviews Best Products CNET 100 Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Networking Phones Printers Smart Home Tablets TVs
My current setup is with the wireless deactivated on the 2wire and I have an Verizon Westell 7501 attached which I use for wireless B.In anticipation of an Ipad purchase, and Windows Xp Join Windows 10 Homegroup I made sure that the windows 7 drivers where installed on the laptop and did as you instructed and it worked perfectly. May 21, 2009 docpaul Excellent!
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' I guess from the helpful information above, its not possible to bring a domain registered Windows 7 laptop from your office and connect it to your XP home network since the RealBeastDec 10, 2013, 8:59 PM You have done a great job of troubleshooting and it may be related to mixed OS issues, but I am going to mark this as solved Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share It finally worked.
Number of colored bars gives no information. Now Window 7 can see Xp and shate the XP printer. In the Properties screen click on the Sharing Tab and check the box to share the printer and type in its share name. Check This Out Mine is limiting my internet.
i had the same issues till i found i was jumping ahead of myself and over confident. I have tried installing the printer locally and then editing the port to a local port with the correct computer name and printer share name to no avail. I set up the IP address like the E1000, but there's a DNS setup section on the Netgear that in do not understand. December 20, 2009 Lauren hey, this page is great.
That's where all of my utilities, drivers, etc. Which would disappoint me severely on a gigabit network at over 100MB/s, but you may have some Fast Ethernet (100Mpbs) segments. Ask ! November 15, 2009 peter3 The only thing that I could make work was installing printers as LOCAL printers rather than NETWORK printers.
Otherwise, there might be a problem with your network. I've also noticed that if the drivers aren't on Win 7, you can plug the printer into the laptop have WU (windows update) find the 64bit driver and then once that If I don't do it, I can't print. November 23, 2009 Trine Curtis "Now if you go into Network in Windows 7 you should see your XP machine and the Windows 7 as well which in this case is
January 7, 2010 98bluewave WONDERFUL!!!! Thanks! November 28, 2009 John Mark I seem to have the same problem.