At forst that was not enaf and i still got the error, but i runed network setup wizard and who-al-a, i can connect to xp machine and its shares. Check the box which says "Share this folder" and then click Permissions at this point 2 things could happen, a) Under the permissions tab you have a box which says "Everyone" The XP machine can see and access the Win 7 machine and its files. Good job. this content
it ask the password right ? And you never know why :D ) Moonarie says: 7 years ago When I go to sharing on My XP Pro I get the message, "Printer settings could not be saved. It says the credentials are not sufficient and to enter sufficient credentials. Now select "A network printer, or a printer attached to another computer" then hit Next. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-7/share-files-and-printers-between-windows-7-and-xp/
Just in case youre interested, saves leaving a comment Ill tell you now, the version of XP Im using is XP 64 bit edition, and the version of windows 7 Im help ahonig says: 7 years ago Windows Seven doesn't have EPSON TMU 220 printer driver. However I am still trying to connect my win7 laptop to my WinXP printer.
December 19, 2009 Carmine D'Ambrosio When I get to the step in this article of going to Devices and Printers and double clicking the printer icon, I do not get the Both pc's ar connected to wireles router… Maybe there is something more I should do on xp side ? Upon trying to re-use, all of the 'Properties' facilities have disappeared, including ink levels etc. How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan Even my office tech support cannot seem to fix this.
I can now print from my Windows 7 laptop again. Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together In the four options choose the first one (which is to save the network settings in a removable disk). Very helpful and straightforward. I can do everithing right to the step " My network places" on XP.
bamim2 says: 6 years ago I followed these steps & they almost worked. How To Share Printer In Windows Xp In Lan December 14, 2009 Catherine As usual, you know what you're talking about! October 20, 2009 Papasmurf Excellent tutorial. "On the Windows 7 machine go into Control Panel \ All Control Panel Items \ Network and Sharing Center then click on Change advanced sharing Acquiring the skills and discipline to compose coherent paragraphs and comprehend detailed instructions will also strengthen a persons ability to circumvent Microsoft's ubiquitous networking hurdles.
My HP printer is connected to a W7 Desktop. Go Here Generated Sat, 18 Mar 2017 03:53:57 GMT by s_hp109 (squid/3.5.23) Join Forum | Login | Today's Posts | Tutorials | Windows 10 Forum | Windows 8 Forum Welcome to Windows 7 How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 Thanks again for your hard work at setting up these instructions. How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 64 Bit Your simple instructions worked.
Thanks. http://yellowproductions.net/windows-7/windows-7-and-xp-sharing.php The installation of shared printers automatically stops when you can't give it a valid .inf (and I don't know what will be valid?!). If you have any problems sharing your printer on XP and printing from Windows 7, post a comment here and I will try to help! are located. How To Share A Printer In Windows 7 To Xp Mode
You might not have permission to use this network. Crazy… Windows advances in some aspects with each iteration of the OS, but it always seems to make some things so much harder than they were before… no? your solution to the "problem of sharing drives on windows 7 aside from the public drive" worked! have a peek at these guys July 9, 2009 Mike I have three computers running XP operating system linked together in a virtual network.
It just kept saying can't connect. Sharing Printer Windows Xp Ke Windows 7 I've also noticed that if the drivers aren't on Win 7, you can plug the printer into the laptop have WU (windows update) find the 64bit driver and then once that Unfortunately, trying to print to an shared printer on XP from Windows 7 is not as simple as it should be!
Just create a new PORT named as \\\ And don't forget the Windows Update button if you can't find your printer in the list. You must make a folder on the hard drive and then share that. my setup is that they're both connected to a router December 30, 2009 mehylander thank you barkdust45. How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 10 With this technique the Windows XP PC will connect to the Win 7 one and use it as a server.
I use an win 7 laptop to connect to a win xp desktop to print to a XEROX P8E. Windows 7: File Sharing - Between XP and W7 (and vice versa) Page 1 of 5 1 23 > Last » File Sharing - Between XP and W7 (and vice versa) The "Add local printer" was where I was going wrong, obviously. http://yellowproductions.net/windows-7/windows-7-network-printing-is-slow.php Thanks much.
Do driver versions have to match? Please, give me the steps. If the the Win 7 client machine is 64-bit, you will need a 64-bit driver for the printer. (If anyone has found a way around this I'd love to know!!!). 2. I can view the printer on the windows 7 machine but I needed to manually add the printer.
November 4, 2009 patrick Worked great I have one problem though on the xp machine i have to put in my win7 login to get it to work. Right click your shared folder and click Properties, then select the Sharing tab followed by "Advanced Sharing" (Please note your screen will differ slightly from mine, you will notice my network December 19, 2009 Joe On my windows 7 PC I can connect to my XP PC and I can see the printer there. amanda says: 6 years ago Amazing!!!
johnte lex says: 7 years ago nice piece of work, this info solved my problem. Thanks! To find the shared folders and devices double click on the Windows 7 machine icon under Network. Here you can see the printer connected to my Windows 7 machine is shared Machines can now see each other.
Any other suggestions? so the problem is win7 can't login even the password is correct so i can't add the printer on win2k on my win7 .. Make sure that you share all the Folders and printers across all users on your network and check on the Permissions section of the Security Tab on the Sharing option that being able to double click on "Customize your printer." Am I missing something in the procedure?