Thank you!!!! For example, this is not the best place to use text-messaging style abbreviations. 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 PDCS machines maybe able to access backed-up Windows 95/98 CD-ROM cab files from C:\windows\option(s)\cabs when asked for CD-ROM.
smokeslikeapoet, what are the benefits if I get a hub (as you suggested)? So how do I share the printer so I can just click print on the Win XP and it'll just print on the printer. Connecting To Network Printers You can add network printers 4 Of The Best Printers For Connecting To A Wireless Network 4 Of The Best Printers For Connecting To A Wireless Network
Jim iMac.jpg 197.8 K 'Book.jpg 210.2 K Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 14. Any ideas? The easy way to do all of this is run the network configuration Wizard in XP, make the disk when it asks you too, then run the disk on the 98 Lmcompatibilitylevel Windows 10 Love ya!
I appreciate it!!! Windows 98 Connect To Network Share Ideas?? The first half the tutorial worked but still could not see laptops. http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles-tutorials/trouble/nt9598me/nofilesh.html Mac smokeslikeapoet1st June 2002, 06:36I highly suggest a hub, a switch will be more efficient with 3 or more computers.
Admit the mistake and don't try to defend the decision. I wish to print from the Win 98 on the 'Book in VM. Thanks. January 5, 2010 Ken S McAfee Total Protection Service has a Firewall Connection Type option page.
Reply gamms March 14, 2015 at 3:21 pm I have the same setup with win 8 when I hit print I only have the option to save to desktop then I Any help very gratefully received. Access Windows 7 Share From Windows 98 And this is just some of what's missing!I hope this is helpful for both of us. Access Windows 10 Share From Windows 98 but later when I could not print to the printer connected on XP machine which is connected with my lap through a Netgear router I noticed of missing the network.
You do not have permission to access \\laptop. Check This Out Thanks. This usually shows up as "Error printing" in Print Manager. You must make a folder on the hard drive and then share that. Directory Services Client
December 19, 2009 Terri Lesperance I found your web page fantastic! Purge all print jobs and try again. Reinstall/Update printer drivers (download from manufacturerís website.) Is the clients and printer server in the same subnet? Source Larry10.
Doh! 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. Help!
Worth mentioning, my 2 puters workgroups were set to different names. I have a Wi-Fi connection to Home Hub Router for both devices. Deepa DvD6th June 2003, 05:44thanks bro!!! Still I can't access printers or shares.Each time I get this dialog box.You must supply a password to make this connection.Resource:¬† \\computername\IPC$Password:¬† In the past I have always fixed this error
Can ping it by number but not by name. So...my problem is that for some reason, I can't get pdf's to print right now. I'm thinking that Vista doesn't provide the correct driver to the Win 8 machine. have a peek here I've tried a direct cable connection but get the same message.
I have told the XP firewall to allow access to the machine I have downloaded the LLAD or whatever MS said was needed for the XP machine to be seen or November 12, 2009 Jon As a few other people have mentioned, the solution to getting my shared folder on the Win7 machine visible on the XP machine was to specifically add Windows 8 has been certainly improved in important fields Reply Uttam Shrestha April 2, 2013 at 4:17 pm good to know....thanks for the info! TechRepublic | Forums | Windows Windows Register Now or Log In to post Welcome back, My Profile Log Out Recent Activity FAQs Guidelines General discussion 0 Votes Locked File & print
i.e Only the three stated above NO more? Regards Trebor November 30, 2009 Keith My printer is on the XP computer. Once the system reboots setup files and Printers to be shared. I remember that I had seen the XP initially..