thanks a lot1 bvaughn says: 7 years ago What a great article! AnyPoint limits you to using the phone line either to network or to make a conventional call, not both. Please help! leeuwtjex says: 6 years ago Thank for your help Aseem! his comment is here
I spend almost 2 hours on this, but with your description it was fixed in a few minutes! Then do File/Export and save to your Desktop. 6 Now locate the following Registry entry:- My Computer / HKEY-LOCAL-MACHINE / SYSTEM / CurrentControlSet / Control / Lsa and change the Data I'm trying to remotely print to it from my new HP Win 7 laptop and it fails. When I tried to connect to the printer, it gave me a message "no driver found on network." I, then, followed the instructions at the end.
Unfortunately, trying to print to an shared printer on XP from Windows 7 is not as simple as it should be! everythin works fine. They are connected through a Netgear router which is in turn connected to a cable modem. It looked like this should be fairly simple, but for some reason it's not.
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I can view my shared documents, but I can not print from my Windows 7 printer. Your first step in setting up a Win2K Pro network is to install and configure the NICs. Select Properties from the pop-up menu. Except, I was unable to "see" the computer on the network.
Any ideas? Connect Xp To Windows 7 Homegroup November 2, 2009 Barry I'm totally stumped at this step: "Now if you go into Network in Windows 7 you should see your XP machine and the Windows 7 as well I struggled for an hour. I have tried editing the registry for IPStacks.
Thanks Again Very Much!! http://networkoverload.com/guides/how_do_i_enable_windows_wireless_manager_win2k_xp_and_vista It says it does but it doesnt. How To Share Files Between Windows 7 And Xp That printer is now available to all users who have access to your network. Networking Windows 7 And Xp August 8, 2009 Mysticgeek @Phil McGuire: I agree it shouldn't be so difficult at all.
The other XP machine (free roving laptop) has no problem using the shared printer. this content Jim Kyle says: 6 years ago Thank you so much!!! Thank you December 2, 2009 Barkdust45 This is easier -- at least for me and it worked. When I try to access this PC through an XP PC y asks me to input Username and password though I've disabled password proteccion on my Win7 PC. How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan
I replaced my old XP pro with a new Windows 7 machine. The shared drive D on the Windows 7 machine is visible from the XP box and the MAC. My husband and I have been trying to set this up for HOURS!! weblink The trickiest part is making sure you add the appropriate local user.
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 How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Workgroup To make a Win2K Pro computer a client, open the client's Network and Dial-Up Connections applet. Caspies says: 7 years ago I have a Windows 7 laptop, but my problem is a bit different.
When installing a printer on a Windows 7 computer, and you reach the prompt that states, "Share this printer with other computers?" click NO. The "add a printer" to local port instructions in this article worked. I have been searching for hours now, and it worked directly! Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share Rick says: 6 years ago Great description of the steps involved.
I also have one laptop that is running Windows 7 ultimate. At least that’s how I got it to work. Add to this Win2K Pro's NT-style user account management and permissions, and you have a reasonably powerful engine for home networking. check over here Counter-intuitive was quite a diplomatic way of putting it.
Please, please, please. This will load the Local Group Policy Editor (LGPE). It should be something like \\Aseem\HPXP, where Aseem is the name of your XP machine and HPXP is the shared name of the printer. TEEN-C says: 7 years ago Worked perfectly.
Many people ask us about Intel's popular, easy-to-use AnyPoint Home Network. I go through the entire setup process, but i can't see XP on W7.HELP! October 7, 2009 Carey I followed the instructions with a windows 7 wireless laptop and xp home main machine. Hope this may help somebody.
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. I also found as others have that the Win 7 and the XP machines all have to have Everyone with Full Control in folder share settings and in advanced settings.