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Friday, July 24, 2009 11:05 PM Reply | Quote 2 Sign in to vote It is difficult and complicated to network or file share XP with Win7, but the best help However, when I try and add the printer to the XP machines it says, "The server for the dell v505 xps printer does not have the correct driver installed." I tried Edited by ninjaphysics Wednesday, February 03, 2010 2:00 AM spelling error Wednesday, February 03, 2010 2:00 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote I had this problem with my I can't get the new PC to recognize the old XP PC and can't even go online with the XP. have a peek here

I see HomeGroup membership helps the Windows 7 (not available for XP). I have NOD32 firewall running… in both machines. A little fuzzy here at the moment. Greatly appreciated. over here

Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share

the printer on win2k sharing with password. Restart. random says: 6 years ago I'm stuck at step 2, I cant find my other computer! thanks alot rbc says: 7 years ago Tried your suggestions, but still get "error 0x000006ba".

The printer which is connected to the router should be the one to be shared. Add the user name Anonymous. I went to to the folder and right clicked properties/Sharing Tab/Advanced Sharing option >> clicked Share this folder >> clicked permissions >> add >> everyone >> Allowed Read …… and still Windows 7 Cannot Access Shared Folder On Xp August 28, 2009 BLood I found a solution for my self whit error "“Windows cannot access \\".

Would the oxidation state of sulfur in sulfur dioxide be +4 or -2? Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together The lan I was working on had a network printer (hard cable cat5e) as well as 2 Win7 PCs and One XP laptop. And if you can't, do you have a solution for that to? (I actually suppose you can, but you never know for sure with electronics. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/win-7-and-xp-file-sharing-problem-345319/ ipconfig shows: IPv4 Address.............192.168.0.150 Subnet Mask..............255.255.255.0 Default Gateway..........192.168.0.1 DNS Server...............192.168.0.1 Any ideas?

Also this was connecting to a win2k server. Networking Windows 7 And Xp That did it for me. Sharing the XP printer and printing from the Win 7 laptop The post above by ‘Barkdust45' and ‘gw' helped me out. got the printer working!) I can add the shared printer on #4 to the unsharable PCs, by doing so using the IP and printer name.

Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together

by jimmymes / November 23, 2009 10:37 AM PST In reply to: More details I have a wireless router. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/477124/network-win7-and-xp/ any help with this would be unreal. Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share The second is on the file system itself. How To Share Files Between Windows 7 And Xp My HP printer is connected to a W7 Desktop.

I have everything set to share on the network, no passwords needed, and the PC's are on the same workgroup. http://nexwarecorp.com/windows-7/how-to-reinstall-windows-7-with-oem-key.html One of the 7´s is not workgroup joined. I was led to believe that Win 7 to XP sharing was really problematical. I finally was able to print a test page. How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan

What's up with that? There are lots of people out there that have USB connected printers attached to one computer, usually a Windows XP machine. I had the same problem and did everything suggested to no avail. Check This Out Credit Jimbo45 at sevenfourms: I've posted on this before but to share Printers attached to XP computers with either X-64 or X-32 versions of Windows 7 is SIMPLE.

Chad Mockensturm Systems and Network Engineer Certified CompTia Network +, A + Back to top #3 Menessis Menessis Topic Starter Members 127 posts OFFLINE Local time:04:09 PM Posted 01 December Connect Xp To Windows 7 Any ideas??????????? I removed this, and how it works.

The printer is shared on the XP machine.

So, while I was still unable to see the computer itself on the network, the process of adding the printer could find it because it was "listed in the directory." Thanks Regarding the procedure, am I missing something or is there no point at which any folders are shared in the first place ? I followed everything to Step 6 where I entered the port name and I clicked "OK." I, then, got a small window titled "Server Port" with the message, "Not enough server How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 64 Bit August 8, 2009 Mysticgeek @Phil McGuire: I agree it shouldn't be so difficult at all.

Expand the Local Policies branch. the whole thing was completed in an hr. Where do I find this information? this contact form Rick says: 6 years ago My Jan 2 comment @ 11:02 contained a typo in the email address.

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