I can see each machine from each machine on my network page. Follow this link and perform the registry change on the XP machine. I couldn't for the life of me figure out why after setting up file sharing on both my desktop and laptop, both of which are Vista, I could only get my Give full control to each account. his comment is here
I got this to work on XP Pro SP2 and Vista Business SP1.Click to expand... I defined the Security Tab permissions to accounts: Everyone, Administrators, Users, and my logon username (example: tester). They are supporting the sp3 version until the middle of April 09. Reboot the machine and you should be good to go.
Can you provide me some steps? Sign up now. I can not get print share to work between the two Op sys's. Report bobthebuilder- Apr 21, 2010 10:03PM microsoft can give you an answer but they'll charge you like $60 to put you through to advanced networking, and they'll tell you step by
Windows 7 Professional computers Windows XP Professional computers Sharing is turned on for all computers as required. Note: You can obtain the IP address and computer name of a computer by opening a command prompt (DOS window) and typing IPCONFIG /ALL. Also, my desktop pc is the one with vista, my dad's laptop have xp and yes my dad is admin for this laptop. Workgroup Is Not Accessible Windows Xp See http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/Networking-home-computers-running-different-versions-of-Windows (Article ID: MSW700032) This has quite a few steps you might try but toward the bottom if you've already done these, or want to try this, is the section:
Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: I built the system OS: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit CPU: AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Motherboard: ASRock 990FX Extreme9 (CPUSocket) Memory: 16GB Graphics Card: NVIDIA Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share Thanks guys Helpful +1 Report mammoud May 19, 2010 10:04PM FOR ALL OF THE ABOVE PEOPLE where it didn't work even though all suggestions were followed, here's why: Your routers needs When I go to my father's laptop and click on network I'm not able to see my desktop pc neither my sister's pc, I'm only able to see my dad's PC. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/ed05788a-af43-4df6-b124-fdb57391752e/cannot-access-xp-pc-from-windows-7-pc?forum=w7itpronetworking I'm running Windows XP SP3 PRO (this is my father's laptop) and I made all the changes to mentioned above, here is an image of what I currenly have in my
Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 7 None of us are using password in order to log in into windows. Helpful +10 Report Fulgore Mar 27, 2009 at 11:32 PM If you are having a hard time finding any other pc's on your network on the vista pc make sure that May God bless you.
Click OK to all windows opened. I have tried all the suggestions above, and no luck. Can't Access Shared Folder Windows 7 This worked perfectly. Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together To get a consistent (and correct view) you gotta use My Network Places in XP.
Can get into your specifics more here in this thread.Click to expand... this content Before you can network the computers, you must assign the same workgroup name to both of them and SHARE folders in Explorer. It is VERY SIMPLE to do, spend a few mins looking hereand the answer will jump up and bite you. Permissions or the Guest account is running and needs to be disabled and asking you for a password. How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan
After all that happened, i had annother problem. Report pfunkmixer- May 8, 2010 at 06:53 PM could not see my vista 64 cpu which is controlling network with my 7 64 laptop I could see the laptop with the The wireless router seems to have on ANT is that correct? weblink I used Network Magic which came with my Linksys router and it did it all automatically by answering a few simple questions.
Sorry for replying kind of late but I was kind of busy with some school work and also sad because I still can't get my wireless network to work the way Now you’ll have access to the Public folder contents. The problem is with the discovery on the vista laptop. Can't See Other Computers On Network Windows 7 Register now Not a member yet?
Hope this helps got me unstuck! If you have rights you won't get this prompt and should be able to access the share folders or the drive in this case C:\ which is not shared out. Things worked again -- for a couple days until MS sent 4 critical updates. check over here Start Control panel Network and Internet (or Network and Sharing Center if you have "Classic View" enabled) Network and Internet Sharing Center Scroll down until you see "Password Protected Sharing" and
Admin Guest Limited users To fix that problem each person should be able to login and have full access to each system. I had XP networking. I am convinced that Vista does not play well with XP Pro in a workgroup setting. Sign up now.
However normally when I open the network view in windows explorer I can expand S4 and see the drives. You can open a command prompt as described above and type the following command: nbtstat -n. To test it I move a image file from my desktop PC to my dad’s PC and I was able to see the image in the laptop. I went back to the laptop and open the network workgroups and this time I only see my father’s laptop and not my desktop.
Potable DVD PlayerHome network setup Friday, July 23, 2010 2:33 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote it's not about firewall settings. Can't access the printer on my XP machine with my Win7 machine. Report balakrishna- May 25, 2010 04:19AM shld put it on xp or 7??? I've seen this problem when I tried to get the Vista laptop to see the rest of the house.
But it does explain how many of the pieces to the puzzle fit together (just the shape of some of the pieces are a bit different under Vista). I could sure put them to work. Using "Home" network with common network name on all computers. Restart one computer.