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I appreciate your help. I also found as others have that the Win 7 and the XP machines all have to have Everyone with Full Control in folder share settings and in advanced settings. The process is a bit easier than sharing between XP and Windows 7, but takes a bit of work. Logga in Transkription Statistik Hjälp till att översätta 199 546 visningar 304 Gillar du videoklippet? http://2theprinter.com/windows-7/sharing-in-windows-7.php

November 28, 2009 Mark the XP is an administrator signon So I activated the Windows 7 Administrator account with the same password as the XP machine because I read both machines However, I'm having an issue with the step "If your XP machine is an x86 OS you can install Additional Drivers before setting up the XP machine." When I attempt to Many, many thanks. January 4, 2010 Gen Oophs - sorry about the typos in my earlier comment January 4, 2010 David Many thanks Pal.

Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together

December 5, 2009 Effectspedals Mike was right… in order to solve the " XP " machine can't see the Windows 7 folders, drives, follow his message about setting the ‘Everyone' with Rankning kan göras när videoklippet har hyrts. November 28, 2009 John Mark I seem to have the same problem. Machines can now see each other.

Conclusion Making computers with Windows 7 and Windows XP work together in the same network is slightly more difficult. November 27, 2009 Mark I have a desktop running XP SR3 and an a laptop running Windows 7. I remember that I had seen the XP initially.. Connect Windows 7 To Xp Workgroup In some cases you will need to install the x86 XP drivers for the shared printer because the Windows 7 drivers are not compatible with XP.  When everything is installed open

my printer sharing is on win2k .. SO MY ONLY SOLUTION after trying everything was the following. You might not have permission to use this network. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/15247/complete-guide-to-networking-windows-7-with-xp-and-vista/ In Win7 you can group shared folders by comment, which results in a nicer allignment of you folders.

Now what I'd like to know is what theme is that on XP? How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 64 Bit If I remove ‘Everyone' from either location, my XP machine can no longer access the shares. From there, I put a check box in the names of the XP users I wanted to allow access, and clicked finish. Very Vulcan.

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October 30, 2010 srj win7 is shar but dont shwoing other pc so whats this issue plz.reply me November 2, 2010 tholits hello, i want to share my win xp internet When I try to install the Win XP drivers manually it says error. Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together To learn how to change network sharing settings in Windows 7, check out our guide called How to Customize Network Sharing Settings in Windows 7. Connect Xp To Windows 7 Homegroup when i am on one of my XP machines i can see the shared folders but cannot access them.

thanks January 2, 2010 JF Worked perfectly. http://2theprinter.com/windows-7/sharing-usb-drives-between-xp-and-win7.php It is only when I do this that my XP machine sees the printer and allows me to print. Annons Automatisk uppspelning När automatisk uppspelning är aktiverad spelas en föreslagen video upp automatiskt. Thank you December 2, 2009 Barkdust45 This is easier -- at least for me and it worked. Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share

I hadn´t spotted the "password protection" option and didn´t really want to go creating the same users on each computer to allow sharing. I tried to go into printer properties on both machines to add additional drivers, but cannot find drivers. December 19, 2009 Steve I can't seem to figure out how to connect my Windows 7 laptop to my XP desktop connected printer. this content Forgot about the advanced network settings.

I am looking for a way to allow the Windows 7 computer access on the network. Windows Xp Advanced Sharing Settings I just installed Windows 7 on my computer that is connected to my modem and wireless router (Dlink 615). Everything was wonderful, until I tried to access the files on my Windows XP File Server.

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.

Försök igen senare. New Win 7 Home laptop (64 bit / x64 / amd64) 2. Get downloadable ebooks for free! How To Create A Homegroup In Windows Xp but it still does not even recognize the windows 7.

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 The laptop running 7 still stayed connected and communicating with server A but it can no longer connect to server B. That did it for me. have a peek at these guys Then click Finish the printer to install and complete the Wizard.

It really shouldn't be this hard. I supposed that this was because the original network was an Internet connection. 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. He's been a tech blogger and journalist for the past seven years, and can be found on his about me page or Google+ Published 04/20/10 SHOW ARCHIVED READER COMMENTS (42) Comments

browse down to Password Protected sharing - turn it off Now click ok and come out of it Now click on my computer select the drive or folder you want to Right click on this printer and select "Properties". Not only that, but it provides easy backup of all your machines to the server, in case disaster strikes. being able to double click on "Customize your printer." Am I missing something in the procedure?

July 21, 2009 joe I got the exact same problem as mentioned before: My Setup is like this: Windows 7 RC1 64 Bit + Canon Inkjet Pixma iP5000 Windows XP Home November 27, 2009 fletch What about permissions on the xp box? 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 I have 2 networked Media players that rely on using shared folders.

I can do everithing right to the step " My network places" on XP. May 30, 2009 jake @bill if you can see the printer over the network right click on the printer and select connect. Ankit. Both are in Workgroup.

Again, a thousand blessings for you. I was trying to share my music folder on a secondary HDD with my XP machine. Any suggestions?