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After finding that solution, everything else worked. thanks alot man. November 21, 2009 anthony72 Does this work if i am using Windows XP Media Center Edition November 21, 2009 frank My old Brother MFC had network and USB connections. Cloned the hard drive to machine B and changed only the computer's name and IP address. his comment is here

Friday, January 14, 2011 7:47 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote The solution may be simpler then you think. With trepidation I clicked OK, and then the shares on Vista magically appeared. December 9, 2009 Gry dla dorosłych Hmmm on my Windows XP this resolution still doesnt work :( December 9, 2009 Dan I struggled for hours to connect my new laptop to Make sure to select the appropriate connection type (when installing McAfee) prior to Networking any XP, Vista and Win 7 computers.

How To Share Files Between Windows 7 And Xp

When I try I get an error message stating that the driver is 32 bit and the Windows 7 OS is 64 bit, and therefore it cannot install them. I work in a small biz environment and we used a WinXP computer as a basic file and print server. That did not solve the problem. December 2, 2009 nripin Great Article mate !!!

The shared drive D on the Windows 7 machine is visible from the XP box and the MAC. Got error message saying "you don't have authority to access XP PC - talk to Network Administrator". When I try to save a test .txt (Wordpad) file from the XP machine into a pre-existing folder on the Win 7 D drive, I get a message saying something like How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 64 Bit Thanks!

But after following your precedure, IT'S DAMN EASY!! Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together What made me think the internet was always updating the clock on both machines? I've tried the fixes here, including the clock set. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/23330-42-help-windows-server-2003-noob-file-sharing I guess I could use an external USB HDD plugged into the XP machine (which I think would be accessible from both of them), but it seems ridiculous to have to

Not sure if any of the other steps I did, as suggested as above, helped as well. How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Once I changed the time I was able to connect with no problems. The Windows 7 machine runs the current RC. So I think I need to wait for Windows 7 x86 drivers so it will work?

Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together

Why oh why do Microsoft make everything so bloody difficult..?? After downloading and installing, I tried again with no success. How To Share Files Between Windows 7 And Xp Otherwise, there might be a problem with your network. Networking Windows 7 And Xp I went through the above instructions and solved my problem withing a few mintues!!

I can connect and I installed the printer and I've transferred files back and forth, but when I click to print a test page I get an error back right away http://yellowproductions.net/windows-7/win2k3-server-share-problem.php Note that the other XP boxes have no problem accessing them, and that they can access the Vista/Win7 shares w/o problem. (Since I can transfer files by initiating them from the I have no issues accessing the shared folders (vista/xp) from win7 machines. Make sure that both PCs are members of the same Workgroup - I called mine "WORKGROUP". 2. Connect Xp To Windows 7

Happy sharing! I just spent days banging my head against the wall trying to figure it out and here what I found: Make sure the clocks are in sync on Win 7 and Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Simple Solution by feverish30 / March 22, 2007 12:05 PM PDT In reply to: Same problem I installed XP on a different partition http://yellowproductions.net/windows-7/win2k-xp-home-file-sharing-argh.php Thanks!

After much mucking about Windows 7 sees both the shared drives on the XP box and the MAC and can access them. How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan December 30, 2009 Simon Barkdust45 - good solution. Click on the dropdown menu and select "Send LM & NTLM - use NTLMv2 session security if negotiated".

I tried to download the LLTD from Microsoft's support site (See Step 2 below.), but Microsoft's installer told me that I already had SP3.

Now if you go into Network in Windows 7 you should see your XP machine and the Windows 7 as well which in this case is Mysticgeek-PC. Then only those users can see them and only when they are authenticated at their workstation (the WS should send authentication stuff over to the other machine to access the files Problem solved thanks to this page! Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share but it still does not even recognize the windows 7.

Doh! I tried to use the win 7 machine to install same xp drivers for 86 machine and it gives an error message the location does not contain ip5000 driver for the Google it. 2) Cisco's "Network Magic" (software). check over here These two computers connect to the internet through the same hub.

This should allow your other logins like Administrator and YourName, etc. I had to run the Set up Network wizard on the XP Machine before it would recognise the 7 machine. Since you are using private addresses file and print sharing should be local.When you say 50-100k is this bits or bytes? Click on the dropdown menu and select "Send LM & NTLM - use NTLMv2 session security if negotiated".

by dillonhunt / April 25, 2007 7:28 AM PDT In reply to: It's not Microsoft's call... Let me list all the protocols installed in these two computers.......and........somebody helps me, please!!!WinXP Pro:Client for Microsoft NetworksFile and Printer Sharing for Microsoft NetworksQoS Packet SchedulerLink Layer Topology Discovery ResponderNWLink NetBIOSNWLink Additionally, there is some evidence that suggests that one must turn the Guest account and UPNP both ON, which is the exact opposite of what is recommended to secure XP/2000 machines.By I get the broken log in error, when both accounts in question have the same login info, and sharing passwords are disabled.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - it's not bill's fault by Suros9000 / July 19, 2007 10:33 AM PDT In reply to: Having Same Problem (cont'd) many hp computers Rundavo Monday, December 20, 2010 11:15 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I am having a similar issue. I was thinking of taking down my workgroup and starting from scratch but I can't even figure out how to do this. The clock on the computer I was having the problem on was 2 years out of sync.