Just got my nephew a new Win 7 laptop and wanted to share 9GB of all my old mp3's. it ask the password right ? i have a somewhat anoying problem/ i have 2 pc's both with windows 7 1 is 32 and the other is 63 bits.. Friday, May 10, 2013 5:40 AM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site. weblink
If I haven't had these 2 pc's I networked together before, will this guide still work ? John July 18, 2009 Ciunguta tnx nice tut. November 22, 2009 Deb I was trying to print wirh my printer hooked to xp from a computer running windows 7. If you ever want to disconnect a drive, just right-click on it and then Disconnect.
by jimmymes / November 15, 2009 1:42 AM PST In reply to: Win 7 and XP File Sharing Problem i cant see the souloution anywhere. 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 However, I'm having an issue with the step "If your XP machine is an x86 OS you can install Additional Drivers before setting up the XP machine." When I attempt to Thanks for the effort!
Any ideas? On the Win 7 computer, sometimes I have access to the XP computer sometimes I don't. I just cannot access these same shares from my XP machines. Microsoft Kb 913628 Regards, Ivan Kolevski June 22, 2010 Landon Wendel how can i create a user if i am not running Windows XP Professional?
This comes in handy where you have a network with different versions of Windows running on it. Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share Thanks Microsoft… for all the wasted man-hours. I struggled for an hour. i get the same access denied or no permission message coming up.
August 12, 2009 Goldy Good Job, geek! Windows 7 Cannot Access Network Share Make sure and check the box next to Remember my credentials if you don’t want to log in every time to access it. Ask ! I also need share the printer connected to the XP machine.
Network & Sharing Can access Vista shares from XP but not from Windows 7 (access denied)Hi, everyone, I'm mostly a Linux guy these days, so I'm no longer clued up about If your network connection type is set to Home, then you will use the Homegroup settings unless you go to the Advanced Networking Properties and change from "Allow Windows to Manage Windows 7 Cannot Access Shared Folder On Xp sorry. Not Able To Access Shared Folder In Windows 7 November 15, 2009 martyn Thanks, really great.
I have tried many things but the Win 7 PC does not see the XP PC. http://mixtecadigital.com/windows-7/unable-to-share-my-documents-folder-in-windows-7.html I supposed that this was because the original network was an Internet connection. I have dual boot on the win 7 machine with win xp as second operating system and the same printer drivers work on both xp machines and the network printer works etc. Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10
This issue was killing since yesterday. You Might Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource Windows Xp LOGIN with the GUEST account at least once ! Close out of the New User Screen and you’ll see the user you created in the list.
Doh! You win.Thanks, Kent Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Files and printer on a Win 7 CPU not visible from XP CPU by cdm1000 / December 2, 2009 9:58 thanks alot man. Windows 7 Shared Folder Not Accessible From Xp hope this helps November 11, 2009 Doug I followed these procedures -- from XP Desktop I can see and access files on WIN7 laptop but I cannot see the XP Desktop
NONE worked. Jim November 30, 2010 stjj actually all you need to do is to change network type to home on both xp and win7, then uncheck the "password file sharing" option(you can Thank you!!!! http://mixtecadigital.com/windows-7/unable-to-share-windows-7-folder.html November 11, 2009 Ben been several days and following this and still my XP machine cant access any files on Win 7 laptop Win 7 see XP machine fine and acess
Scenario: 2 Workstations, same domain (W2K3 Domain Controller), one WinXPx64 other Win7x64. The troubleshooter has no idea what the problem is. In this example we map to a Home Server drive. On the XP PC Do Start/Run/regedit.
The problem is Windows 7 uses NTLMv2 and XP/2003 use LM & NTLM. To resolve this issue, do the following on the Windows 7 computer: - Run GPedit.msc - Expand Computer Check the box next to Reconnect at logon if you want it available after a reboot, and click Finish. by jimmymes / November 20, 2009 7:28 AM PST In reply to: Network setup I know all this and have read this document 4 or 5 times and done everything it I have been using Network Magic for file and printer sharing in the past and get as far as trying to finish the connection with the laptop and the printer but
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - sharing by TaraS_WinTeam / December 7, 2009 8:53 AM PST In reply to: Same problem Have you tried to Share any files from Like I stated above, I know how to create the shares in Windows 7 compared to XP, much different. Forget security for now. - Making the guest user part of the administrators group - Making the Admin user part of the Guests group - And ALL the other tricks in December 2, 2009 nripin Great Article mate !!!
December 19, 2009 Tom Right my solution for the ‘cannot access pc' problem, i.e. got yhem all sharing the one printer, which is really useful when the XP machines belong to high school students - thanks because I couldn't get the network to work following