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January 6, 2010 Pat I followed it step by step and it didn't work. Thanks. So my thinking is Windows 7 does allow this. Thanks, Wayne" I have this exact same problem. Source

September 24, 2009 deetmar If your having trouble sharing files in windows 7 with XP here's a quick fix right click the file or folder - share with - specific people- That's where all of my utilities, drivers, etc. If you don't mind, I'm going to let my wife think I figured it out all by myself. Advertisement You’ll be given a password to use when you’re joining the Homegroup from other systems. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-7/share-files-and-printers-between-windows-7-and-xp/

How To Share A Folder In Windows Xp In Network

December 30, 2009 Simon Barkdust45 - good solution. Windows XP Professional replaces password-based security with two alternatives: Simple File Sharing is enabled by default on Windows XP Professional systems that are members of a workgroup (typically used in small First, make sure that your firewall  has the correct ports open to facilitate sharing — if you use Windows Firewall, this will be done automatically, but Microsoft offers a full list. 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

never fails. Next select "Connect to this printer…" and type in the path for the printer connected to the Windows 7 machine and click next.   Now click Yes to the confirmation message. So I think I need to wait for Windows 7 x86 drivers so it will work? Networking Windows 7 And Xp 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.

July 25, 2009 Fuzzmaster Same problem here. Windows Xp Advanced Sharing Settings The implication of the warning is that it's better to share a specific folder, since only that folder (and its subfolders) will be accessible by others, and the rest of the To find the Workgroup name in Windows XP, right-click My Computer and select Properties. http://ecross.mvps.org/howto/share-drive-or-folder-on-the-network-with-windows-xp.htm the xp machine finds the ip 5000 printer share from win 7 machine everything is ok until i try to install the win xp drivers on the xp machine the error

any ideas.. How To Share A Folder Between Two Computers In Windows 7 I made sure that the windows 7 drivers where installed on the laptop and did as you instructed and it worked perfectly. Simple (For a "Network stand alone printer") at 4) chose TCPIP port and at 5) enter the IP address. I could see the share but it would not network.

Windows Xp Advanced Sharing Settings

I'm no novice at this, having successfully set up networks with MACs & PCs since Windows NT4, but this is ludicrous. http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/110925-file-sharing-between-xp-pro-7-home-premium.html For that, let us help you out. How To Share A Folder In Windows Xp In Network I can't even see my XP box on my Win 7 box. How To Share Files Between Windows 7 And Xp The only Windows 7 area I can access is the public users folder (on C drive).

May 21, 2009 mysticgeek @docpaul: It is an official embedded theme you can download it at: http://rapidshare.com/files/152117971/Official_Embedded_Theme_for_Windows_XP_and_2003.zip May 21, 2009 jmarkhus @james, go back over the instructions and try to follow http://casualobserver.net/windows-7/file-sharing-problem.html Then someone suggested I try the exact same thing using the Win7's computer IP address instead of its name. Here are some steps you can take to make sure your wired or wireless home router and by extension, your network is as secure as possible. the win 7 machine cannot access the xp pro files , though xp machine can see files of win 7 machine.. Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together

I have NOD32 firewall running… in both machines. For those who may have a problem (as I did) with completing the printer setup (basically windows 7 refused to recognise the driver for the xp machine) the following two links Also I don't have the disk for the printer. http://casualobserver.net/windows-7/file-sharing-using-xp-home-and-vista-pc-s.html For more information about permissions, see Windows Help and Support So, add to MY Friday fun.

December 6, 2009 dwight Thanks thanks thanks. How To Share A Folder In Windows 7 In Local Network December 11, 2009 nambi After an hour of struggling with this I found my solution! I am trying to share a Canon MP 780 from a Windows 7 64 bit computer with a Windows XP Home/Media laptop (32 bit).

Can ping it by number but not by name.

August 10, 2009 Uldis Im still a noob in networking. I guess from the helpful information above, its not possible to bring a domain registered Windows 7 laptop from your office and connect it to your XP home network since the very few people know how difficult printer sharing is between windowsxp and win7. How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 64 Bit If I use that to share my printer, I can share it with an XP PC on my home LAN.

domain settings. thanks January 2, 2010 JF Worked perfectly. I have no problem sharing anything (within the normal limits, of course) on the Windows 7 machine with the other computers and I can access the shares on the XP machine http://casualobserver.net/windows-7/file-sharing-home-network-suddenly-stopped-working.html After much mucking about Windows 7 sees both the shared drives on the XP box and the MAC and can access them.

Click Apply, and then click Ok. Not enough server storage is available to process this command.