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How can I troubleshoot a frozen PC? It even shows them in the network map. Both pc's ar connected to wireles router… Maybe there is something more I should do on xp side ? The easiest way to get around it is to create a username/password that matches the one on the guest machine and that has the proper level of permissions. http://olivettipc.com/problems-with/problems-with-djrunner2-exe-hijack-this-file-please.html

It was working fine, then I left for less than an hour and it doesnt work anymore. January 3, 2010 Ira Hart Mike, Thanks! Then, go to the Epson site and download and install the printer drivers for the XP machine - in my case for the RX500 that was Printer Driver v5.5bAs Windows XP, June 28, 2009 Marcos Thanks so much, helped a lot… when you're in a hurry you often don't see the most obvious things.

Subscribe l l FOLLOW US TWITTER GOOGLE+ FACEBOOK GET UPDATES BY EMAIL Enter your email below to get exclusive access to our best articles and tips before everybody else. The Win 7 machine can print to my network printers just fine. 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). But how would you access a printer connected to a xp machine from windows 7?

  1. I narrowed my problem down to NetBIOS over TCP/IP from the XP Pro SP3 laptop.
  2. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - i had the same prob and fixed it by jimmymes / December 5, 2009 11:08 AM PST In reply to: Windows XP to
  3. However I am still trying to connect my win7 laptop to my WinXP printer.
  4. I am finding out that a lot of people have encountered this issue.
  5. All done.
  6. The one I had to add was Users.

This worked for me - I'm now printing from my XP box to the Win7 attached RX500. Add My Comment Register Login Forgot your password? My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... One of the printers I installed on de Windows7 64 bit PC by directly connecting it (the other printer is to heavy to move) and it worked, then I put the

That said, I've managed to single out a few common reasons why sharing folders between Windows machines does not work. These are all happily visible between the 2 windows 7 machines. If you are trying to share any other drive or directory you are still out of luck. THANKS GUYS!

June 11, 2009 Jim S Thanks for the tutorial I have it almost working but there is one hurdle I can's seem to get over. Select guest and add. What happens to all of the saved passwords in the Microsoft Edge browser? Problem solved.

I installed SP3 on my xp machine. So these might be causing the problem if not set to your liking. Click Sharing.3. After many hours I got it to print by adding a new port: Open ports in the printer on windows 7.

That was the fix! http://olivettipc.com/problems-with/problems-with-windows-xp.html December 2, 2009 Matt Thanks for this help but I ma still having an issue. Still the Windows 7 cannot access the XP although the XP can access the Win 7 fine. I thought I had the solution but was tripped up the next day.

I can see the windows xp machine but i cannot access it. It would fail and then try port 445. i have 4 xp pcs and 1 windows 7 pc. his comment is here It scans through the files in that folder then finishes.

assume the computers are call XPMACHINE and W7MACHINE. 1) Ensure Printer on XP machine is shared - assume it's called SHAREDPRINTER. 2) On the Network Browsing on your Windows 7 machine I've visited all the pages you have. See from one, can't see from another.

May 30, 2009 bill I want to share the HP officejet G series the windows 7 does not have a driver XP does - does other way work somehow?

I tried many things…but could not make my network PCs appear… I can ping the ip of XP machine which is assigned by the router.. Eventaully used add printers on XP and manually typed in the address of the printer (case matters for the address e.g. \\Grainnecourt-PC\EPSONStylusPhoto(Copy 2) and it worked! Then verify the Block all incoming connection option is not checked. December 19, 2009 Steve I can't seem to figure out how to connect my Windows 7 laptop to my XP desktop connected printer.

My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... December 8, 2009 Russ (Sorry, cut my comment off early…) And yes, I tried the Whitston links provided above, but W7 doesn't want to install just the driver (via an edited December 5, 2009 Laura Thank you! weblink my setup is that they're both connected to a router December 30, 2009 mehylander thank you barkdust45.

This worked like a dream! Then you can review the details and click the Permissions button to see the access list. #10 Verify the File (NTFS) Permissions The NTFS file permissions also apply when accessing folders