The 2 printers on the XP are shared and the other computers in the network (XP/Vista/7 32 bit) can all print on them, but the Windows7 64-bit sees the printers, but I am able to browse the public libraries on the Windows 7 computer from the Windows XP computer, but not vice versa. User name? November 29, 2009 Mark I totally removed my firewall and now I can get to the computer and can drill down but when I get to the Adminstrator files it says http://smashyourweb.com/windows-7/windows-7-cannot-access-network-share.html
December 8, 2009 john i have problem .. Both on the same network, both with the same workgroup, both with Everyone permissions in the sharing properties, allowed file & printer sharing etc... December 14, 2009 Catherine As usual, you know what you're talking about! Make sure you have sharing set on the Windows 7 box. http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/15943-xp-cant-see-windows-7-network-places.html
CactiiNov 29, 2012, 11:26 PM I've run into the before. If it doesn't hold to *$&^%^# with it, I'll share files with a thumb drive 'til MS and/or McAffee get their act together. November 23, 2009 flick These instructions were great! Regedit 2.
Ankit. 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 Viewing the Network option using Windows Explorer on the Windows 7 PC and double clicking my XP PC, I could now see all my Shared Folders and Printers and following some Windows 7 Cannot See Xp Computer On Network Sharing the XP printer and printing from the Win 7 laptop The post above by ‘Barkdust45' and ‘gw' helped me out.
John July 18, 2009 Ciunguta tnx nice tut. Report subz3r0- Jun 14, 2010 01:21PM still not working for me I set up all setting in my win 7 but nothing, could you tell us the settings for The XP I could not have done it withou his help and knowledge. David September 12, 2011 brent Its works great under normal start-up (under msconfig) but if selective start-up and disable all start-up and some of services (hide all microsoft programs) this does
Thanks in advance. How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan just not the c drive and ny folder on it. December 5, 2009 Ryan Awesome article. Win7 sees the shares on xp but cannot connect to them.
Adding the local port allowed me to print. http://superuser.com/questions/102799/windows-xp-computer-cant-see-windows-7-shares If you want any user to have access the public shares turn off password protection. This is located in Advanced Sharing Settings toward the bottom of the list. Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share 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' Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together please do give a step-by-step and COMPLETE guide.
If you don’t want to make your Windows 7 machines part of the same Homegroup, you can still share files through the Public Folder, and setup a printer to be shared Check This Out I removed this, and how it works. My XP laptop can print fine (probably still using the original driver). Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Website Windows 7 Home is proudly powered by WordPress Entries (RSS) and Comments (RSS). Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows Xp
Cheers. doesn't help any. Any thoughts as to how I can get this to work again, short of uninstalling 7 and reloading Vista? http://smashyourweb.com/windows-7/how-to-share-printer-in-windows-7-in-lan.html no change.It should be noted that in the past this same Win 7 machine could see and access the same Win XP machine, and the only changes since have been the
There is no real easy way to solve this problem. Thanks. It is only when I do this that my XP machine sees the printer and allows me to print. Computer Not Showing Up On Network Windows 7 Crazy!
This is where my problem gets stranger. My brother got a new PC with windows 7 64 bit. August 9, 2009 Eddy From my vista/xp machine, i can see the shared folder but access was denial. have a peek here What is the Win7 network defined as (i.e.
I just installed Windows 7 on my computer that is connected to my modem and wireless router (Dlink 615). I have no problem sharing anything (within the normal limits, of course) on the Windows 7 machine with the other computers and I can access the shares on the XP machine I had no idea why it wouldnt work (i'm well versed in xp and prior but not vista or 7) and it so simple as to change my settings from home Use the Homegroup Feature in Windows 7 to Share Printers and Files Create a Homegroup & Join a New Computer To It Change which Files are Shared in a Homegroup Windows
I'll keep you informed. 0 Tabasco OP Moreira Oct 23, 2012 at 1:15 UTC So far so Good 0 Poblano OP Franco1485 Mar 8, 2013 One suggestion to add to this is how to Map a network drive to your computer in windows-7 and XP. However, I either have done something wrong in setting up Win7 in the first place, or something is weird! mshome, then making windows7 a work network instead of home network will make it work Report WayneW- Apr 12, 2010 09:54PM The bottom line is Microsoft Networking is a contradiction of
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. Helpful +6 Report buzz Apr 11, 2010 08:09PM chranging the work group names to match, ex. May 31, 2011 Kent B I am having the same problem as David west. In my basement I have a computer running Windows XP SP3.
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. Thanks for the effort! Good job. Depending on what your printer is, sharing it should be easier as Vista and Windows 7 do a much better job of automatically locating the drivers.
Problem solved thanks to this page! This should be added to the tut stat!