But: Windows98 did NOT get it completely correct: When it prompted during the installation for the parameters of the NE2000 network card, I had to adjust/define manually the IRQ to be Back in the days of Win98 networking is was a requirement that if you wanted a computer to partake of the network one had to log in with an ID and DISCLAIMER: Proceed at your own risk! Add 22.214.171.124 as a second DNS server. his comment is here
Thanks, Corypheus, for the moral support. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Or the Windows 7 operating system does not allow the old 9x family access the shared folders? 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites awergh 0 In all client computers, the Internet should now be working. 5) Sharing one Internet connection with the other computers (WITH router) For folks using the router, the Internet Gateway is in http://notebooks.com/2010/12/10/how-to-network-windows-7-and-windows-98/
Otherwise, it would be blank. If you get stuck, tell where.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - FTP server for Win 7 and client for Win 98 by etpc / March 22, 2010 8:59 create identical Accounts on each PC with the same password. I'can you ping the router from the commandline?ping 192.168.0.1would be useful to for you to run ipconfig as wellipconfig /all 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites
What is the problem. From memory, you can get Explorer on Vista to treat an FTP site as if it were a network drive.It's a kludge, but it was all I could do without going No 53084890B). http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles-tutorials/windows-9598me/win98.html Right-click Local Area Connection, Properties.
Ok, then Close, to exit. Windows 7 Cannot Access Windows 98 Share Right click on My Computer, choose Properties, go to Device Manager. This is where the router's configuration page comes in. 6) Troubleshooting Most networking issues are because of a Firewall being installed. Configure it such that all your home network computers are in the Trusted Zone. 2) I can't find/connect to my PC Network Server!
Check the "Reconnect at logon" if you want this drive to be available when you restart the computer. Transfer via webbased storage, like Windows Live Spaces.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Go with Bakker's post by bus / April 8, 2010 10:24 AM PDT In reply Access Windows 7 Share From Windows 98 Most of the time, this is because of a firewall in the server PC. Windows 98 Network Settings Press Properties.
I can put both online wirelessly via the same router, D-link. this content Everything was explained in much detail. In addition to my previous post to network with Win 7 in order to downland the files from win 98, I welcome ANYONE else who are knowelegable to reply and help And remember to get Category 5 Ethernet Cables for each computer to connect to the device. Windows 98 File Sharing
For LAN gaming, it could not get any simpler! Install and use a FTP client on the old 98 box.As a rule I don't duplicate web content about this. Once Windows 7 has restarted, you are going to apply an IP address. http://dionelabs.com/windows-98/networking-nt4-with-win98.html win xp ...
Next you should see a new drive in your Explorer with the shared folder's contents. Can the Vista and 98SE be workgrouped? Hi Bob, I searched the web and found Core FTP site. Windows 98 Connect To Network Share The 98SE's can see the Vista in the Network and the Vista can see the 98SE by computer name.
by Coryphaeus / November 23, 2009 9:02 PM PST In reply to: Networking windows 98 with windows 7 It's as bad as Vista on sharing a network. In windows 98, I changed the workgroup name to Workgroup by changing the computer name in the Network Neighborhood properties. But as I said, you solved my problem and I am very grateful :-) posted 16 Nov 2007 - Reply - Permanent Link Mengistu Jones Unregistered This is a great job http://dionelabs.com/windows-98/networking-win98-w-win2k.html Click Start, click Network Click Network and Sharing Center Under Control Panel Home Click ‘Change Adapter Settings' Right click your Network adapter Click Properties Select TCI/IP 4 Click Properties select ‘Use
Check the box "Share this folder on the network" under Network Sharing and Security. This is the best. The most trusted on the planet by IT Pros Recommended Follow Us You are reading Networking between WindowsXP and Windows95/98/ME Share No Comment TECHGENIX TechGenix reaches millions of IT Professionals The Proxy Way by using CCProxy The disadvantages of using a proxy server is that you cannot use any application that requires a direct connection to the other party.
by R. Copy down the Adapter Address (12 hex digits). If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). the two on the second router can see each other and we can map a network drive with the ip of the one on the wireless router ...
For Windows 98 workgroups, all you had to do was name a workgroup and you could read all the files you want on files that were shared. all are on the same workgroup ... Nor am getting the printer (the printer is installed on Windows 98) and there is a driver for Windows 7 it.- I was able to access Windows 98 through Windows 7, NOW THIS IS A PROBLEM I AM FACING.
by R. Select "IP Address" tab, click "Obtain an IP address automatically." Click the "Gateway" tab. IE: \\192.168.100.101You should not have any problems doing basic networking with Windows 7 Starter, however it looks like yours is modified (Aero Glass) so this may not be true. Leave Domain Suffix Search Order blank.
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