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So with this new albeit strange solution I was thinking I could get my wife's new machine also on the printer but you see she has vista premium whereas I have Does all that go away and I have to do it all again? I never have gotten Outlook 2002 to work the same from one day to the next either (Office XP worked fine when I ran W2K with it). 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

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I also enabled all kinds of settings related to file sharing in the firewall, so none of the network connections of the file sharing will be blocked. Loading... by heartcoresean / June 2, 2007 2:28 AM PDT In reply to: networking XP and Vista ok so i bought a Vista home laptop which is an ACER laptop. The most trusted on the planet by IT Pros Articles & Tutorials View All Feed Cloud Computing Common for all OSes Dial up, ICS, RAS, ADSL General Networking Interviews Network Protocols

Install the network wizard to the Windows ME machine. This is where the networking problem comes in to play. However, I recently encountered this problem with Win98 boxes trying to access Win2K and WinXP boxes... How To Enable File Sharing Windows 10 hold the windows key on your keyboard and press r then a dialog box will come up in the bottom left hand corner of the screen in the box type regedit

Once there, UNcheck the "enable lmhosts lookup" then click "disable NetBIOS over TCP."With "lmhosts lookup" and "NetBIOS over TCP" disabled, the bogus network activity stopped, and my apps opened normally. Follow Us Facebook How To Fix Buy Do More About Us Advertise Privacy Policy Careers Contact Terms of Use © 2017 About, Inc. — All rights reserved. abay\"Alan Smith" wrote in message news:[email protected]>> "Abay" wrote in message > news:[email protected]>>I have a new Windowsxp computer and want to be able to access files on my >>old Win98 Bonuses Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed.

becuase i have **** loads of music on my vista and want to access it from my PC... Windows Xp Advanced Sharing Settings I have used > this method before between the Win98/Win95 computers and it worked, so I > know that the D-link hub and cable modem connection works.>> Any help would be Get the answer Ask a new question Read More File Sharing Computers Windows XP Related Resources Win98, winXP, win2008R2 file sharing IPC$ Sharing Internet between 2 WIN98 PC File Sharing With Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.Thanks,Allen Back to top #2 OFFLINE Mike Mike Message Adept Honorary Moderators 81 posts Posted 22 March 2003 - 03:50 AM Check to see if

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Your network and file sharing are now complete, but if you have a firewall on either or both machine you should disable or close the firewalls so that you can verify https://www.lifewire.com/windows-file-and-printer-sharing-818221 So I totally have no idea what I can do now to make it work! Windows 95 File Sharing If the connection is a dial-up connection, click the Networking tab to view its properties.On Windows 95 | 98 | ME, simply click the "File and Print Sharing" option inside the Windows 98 Network Share I have completed installing XP on my new notebook with all my favorite apps and I must say I am very very very very happy with it!

Oh well....Allen A man may smile and bid you hailYet wish you to the devil;But when a good dog wags his tail,You know he's on the level.--author unknown Back to top this contact form The file comes up as “read only”. I have uninstalled NetBEUI from the 98’s. File sharing between XP & 98 Discussion in 'Networking' started by serenus, Jan 20, 2004. Windows 98 Shared Folder Virtualbox

However, your network is not complete yet, we still need to share files or folders and give permissions for others to use them. I can access the internet through my wireless connection to a Speedtouch router which is hardwired to the older machines. But I had a clue to go on: I had set up my system to place a network connection icon in the notification area (by the clock), and I noticed that have a peek here if you want to complain then go to symantec and ask for file sharing support in a later edition of their software.

I quote them: "From now on, any attempt to log on to shared folders from the Guest account will require the Guest password for access-even if the Guest account is turned Windows 98 Network Settings Try disabling or removing them. Thanks so much for a great newsletter.

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Take a look at this article here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/304040 shelbi joseph August 5, 2010 at 6:43 am Thanks, I will try and let you know. any help????pleasex Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Well, Have You?? But ... Windows 10 File Sharing 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

my Pc's name is "PC" and my laptop's name is "LAPTOP" << Original huh!! I have seen so much conflicting advice, that I am totally confused. BambiAKA Fran My Public Key for Email :: BambisMusings Blog :: Fran's Computer Services Blog :: MyPassionIsBooks Blog :: 5BuckReview :: CNIRadio"The Net interprets censorship as damage and routes around it." http://casualobserver.net/file-sharing/file-sharing-through-nat.html Read More Articles & Tutorials Categories Cloud Computing Common for all OSes Dial up, ICS, RAS, ADSL General Networking Interviews Network Protocols Network Troubleshooting Product Reviews VoIP Windows 10 Windows 2000

Not as good as XP-to-XP or XP-to-Linux, but it works after a fashion.The major incompatibility I've run across is that Vista will NOT do peer-to-peer (home) networking with either XP/2000 machines I would think it would be along the same lines as 2k, but that doesn’t seem to be the case, at least not for me I thought maybe there would be I find that with NetBEUI this happens far less often. Any help?I saw something similar on my XP and Win2K systems: certain apps would take forever to open, and for no obvious reason.

On both machines, open the Windows Explorer, select the folder(s) or drive(s) you want to share, let's assume you want to share drive C. The main computer is the desktop and it is running XP, the network system is Netgear 54 Mbps Wireless ADSL Modem Router DG834G v3. But I feel this could be very useful information! --Scot]Create a NEW Share & give it a DIFFERENT Share Name, go to Permissions Entry, and add the user name for each There is a link somewhere on this forum for how to do that, or you can find instructions by googling.4.

Microsoft made a few changes to XP's file sharing and networking that forces everyone to switch all their machines to XP. Teacher Beach Bum Extraordinaire Back to top #19 OFFLINE Temmu Temmu The Assimilator Forum MVP 12,525 posts Posted 22 April 2003 - 12:27 AM The HOST and LMHOST files are I helped to beta test Office XP and this problem was definitely apparent, especially under Windows 98, with the Office XP applications in the early going. (I still see an unrelated can u say, silly?MD Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - No application is necessary...

Ensure the respective checkboxes are set to enable / disable sharing as desired.  Close the open properties / Network windows and Control Panel. However, the desktop is still invisible to the net group. Chris Ryalls Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Firewall configured OK? Log in to the 98 machine with the user you just created.