December 19, 2009 Joe On my windows 7 PC I can connect to my XP PC and I can see the printer there. Register now! July 13, 2009 sudz These instructions were very helpful, thank you! The problem was with being able to see (which could be done) and access (which couldn't be done) the Windows XP machines. have a peek at this web-site
Set the network location to "Home" or "Work" when connecting to your network on the Windows 7 computer. These instructions are for the Printer attached to the XP machine (but works in reverse as well). ("Stand alone" Network printers can be done slightly similarly BTW). Still having problems with browsing and I think it is because 7 insists on loggin in on the wrong domain and I know XP will not allow that..sigh..does MS ever test Actually I had nearly got there myself but because the password protection sharing needed to be scrolled to find, I didn't see it.
How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan
On the Windows XP computer, right-click My Computer and choose Manage... To access a folder you can't see you can type \\Computer name in the address bar this will connect to the computer and show you available shares. I struggled for an hour. i have a network set up and my old laptop could print over the network (wifi) but the new win 7 laptop sees the printer but cant connect or said it
I don´t see any folder.
Edited by Sneakycyber, 01 December 2012 - 10:25 PM.
Change it to the 40 or 56 bit encryption and your XP machine is supposed to show up.
Go to your Xp machine and you will be able to access the window 7 folders easily Hope this helped you all.
I can see the windows xp machine but i cannot access it.
Some connect to public WiFi and purchase items on Amazon or do online banking. Thank you Tardsoft for doing what you do best…. I can access all files on the windows 7 laptop but I cannot find the xp machine from the laptop nor can I share a printer. How To Create A Homegroup In Windows Xp If you want to change it on a Windows XP PC, click on the Change button in the 'Computer Name' tab.
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 Hope this may help somebody. Got a new HP Laptop with Windows 7 on it, I got it hooked up to my network and I actually was accessing things on there.
Double-click the name of the computer you are currently using, then double-click "Users" and "Public." Copy any files to share here.
Mick. Networking In Windows 7 Pdf Generated Fri, 13 Jan 2017 20:22:00 GMT by s_hp81 (squid/3.5.20) Technology Articles "Share your knowledge. Very helpful and straightforward. In the bottom box, select Workgroup and change the Workgroup name to WORKGROUP.
Connect Xp To Windows 7 Homegroup
Close the "Computer Properties" window and restart your computer. But once again, we have a complete tutorial for that situation. How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan Any ideas? Connect Windows 7 To Xp Workgroup It's a way to achieve immortality." - Dalai Lama Sign In | Register Submit article Articles Computers Networking Networking Windows XP and Windows 7 Computers Share this article Networking Windows XP
Thanks John having a bad Monday. Check This Out vbognot626 330.944 görüntüleme 9:55 How To Setup a LAN Connection in Windows 7 - Süre: 5:20. When I go back, it is off again. I've read and tried the posts but so far it still blocks the W7 machine. Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share
Any tutorial for that? Confirm the User Account Control window if prompted. Sharing the XP printer and printing from the Win 7 laptop The post above by ‘Barkdust45' and ‘gw' helped me out. Source I installe SP3 om my xp machine.
If you don’t need to share a printer and only want to share a drive, then you can just map an XP drive to Windows 7. Link Layer Topology Discovery (lltd) Responder (kb922120) 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. My Problem was that my Windows 7 PC could not access files or printers on my XP PC across a local area network (through a wired router).
Could XP firewall or something else on the XP Desktop be blocking access? August 8, 2009 Mysticgeek @Phil McGuire: I agree it shouldn't be so difficult at all. How-To Geek Articles l l What's New in Windows 10's Creators Update, Arriving Spring 2017 How to Repair Windows Bootloader Problems (If Your Computer Won't Start) How to Control Which Websites Networking Home Computers Running Different Versions Of Windows Then someone suggested I try the exact same thing using the Win7's computer IP address instead of its name.
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 I can't believe how buried that solution was. I followed all the above directions. have a peek here Appreciate to have your immediate help please…… December 19, 2009 Paksen Back in the good old days of Win98/2000/XP I thought it was a no-no to enable file sharing.
October 20, 2009 Óscar Miguel Interesting post. I was thinking of taking down my workgroup and starting from scratch but I can't even figure out how to do this. Why don't they just use the Unix model, which is simple and effective. Chad Mockensturm Systems and Network Administrator Certified CompTia Network +, A + Back to top #15 Sneakycyber Sneakycyber Network Engineer BC Advisor 5,962 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Ohio Local time:03:22 PM
just follow carefully all the above instructions and the printing should work. @Aelic92, the reverse was easy for me win7-win7 should work by just going to the winxp machine, go to If you install the LLTD before you install SP3, it works fine. > > > > 2. Click Start, "My Network Places" and double-click "SharedDocs on (your computer name)" to open the shared folder on your computer. after that Windows 7 has nog problems installing the network printer October 27, 2009 Rob Your instructions turned me into a hero!
The windows 7 home Premium does not have a Windows password assigned. It is only when I do this that my XP machine sees the printer and allows me to print. Thanks again Sneaky Menessis Back to top #12 Sneakycyber Sneakycyber Network Engineer BC Advisor 5,962 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Ohio Local time:03:22 PM Posted 02 December 2012 - 10:09 PM On Step 2: Network Settings On the Windows 7 computer, click Start and choose Run.
December 31, 2009 steve OK first of all this did not work. I understand you cant see them.On the Windows 7 computer Make sure the following is setNetwork Discovery is turned ONFile and Folder sharing ONPublic Folder Sharing Is optionalSet File Encryption to Now select "A network printer, or a printer attached to another computer" then hit Next. With the Windows 7 Homegroup feature, it’s almost that easy.