Thursday, January 28, 2010 12:21 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Kerry, it seems that you are very knowledgable about those issues. In my basement I have a computer running Windows XP SP3. Have checked all cables, workgroups, etc and am wondering if is possible that the network card on server went bad since everything worked fine last week?! November 27, 2009 Ts Very good article, a good follouo would be , "how to add a windows 7 pc to an existing XP network" November 27, 2009 John Re 7 Source
thought i was a guru till i upgraded to rc. Machines can now see each other. TCP/IP on Windows XP Note: UMass Amherst IT no longer offers support for Windows XP. I connected my PC to my router with the ethernet cable and was able to see my laptop but it said that my accesst was restricsted.
Bottom line XPBOX and BAD7 will not connect. This changes by itself, during the day without me actually changing any settings. December 2, 2009 Matt Thanks for this help but I ma still having an issue. So you have to log into your router and open the ports manually.
If I connect both computers to the router with an ethernet cable I am able to share files and connect to each other. By "on" I mean running networks and supporting users on and developing applications for, those platforms. That worked fine. Connect Xp To Windows 7 Homegroup Reinstalling Win 7 resolves the problem, but only until the next time I travel.
August 28, 2009 BLood I found a solution for my self whit error "“Windows cannot access \\". How To Share Files Between Windows 7 And Xp Helpfull and a delight to follow through! December 8, 2009 john i have problem .. my printer sharing is on win2k ..
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Windows 7 Cannot Access Shared Folder On Xp When I try to install the Win XP drivers manually it says error. Installation then exits. And then show the dialog box and options that are necessary to enable sharing of this folder.
Remy says: 8 years ago To thebetatfemale: If turning off your firewall allows you to see the other computers, what you need to do on your firewall is open the ports https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/f82b747e-6711-418b-9b6f-317223daa2dc/access-computers-by-ip-addresses-but-not-by-computer-name?forum=w7itpronetworking Monday, February 17, 2014 9:40 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote That fix mine too, thank you!!! Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together August 28, 2009 BLood I found a solution for my self whit error "“Windows cannot access \\". Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share Open the DNS MMC and check to see if there are any records in the Forward Lookup Zone.
i.e., FTP = 21, SMTP = 25, Kerberos = 88… Not too sure what ports you'll need to open to allow network browsing via NetBIOS but a simple google should help this contact form GOOD7 can connect and share with XPBOX and BAD7. NO XP MACHINE!!! Now select "A network printer, or a printer attached to another computer" then hit Next. How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan
I want to move these drives to my new pc build and install windows 7 on a 80 gb partition of my 250 gb HDD (using the rest of my 250 That system also runs Outlook, various browsers, and whatever else I throw at it as need be. Also the printer works fine on the win 7 machine any suggestions August 6, 2009 thippesh iam sharing the printer & some file but not access for this problem is network have a peek here Also change RestricAnonymousSam to 0.Is that correct?3.
Now what I'd like to know is what theme is that on XP? Connect Windows 7 To Xp Workgroup Despite I was able to ping another computer in my home network in both ways - ping IP address and PC name, I was rejected when trying to access that computer. http://www.microsoft.com/Downloads/d...displaylang=en My System Specs OS Windows 7 32bit RTM Mercurial View Public Profile Find More Posts by Mercurial 26 Jun 2009 #5 ccatlett1984 windows 7 RTM x64 828 posts michigan
you can also ping an ip if you know it Hope this helps Ken My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Pavillion dv-7 1005 Tx OS Win 8 Release candidate 8400 A little fuzzy here at the moment. However, I still cannot get Win 7 to see my XPs on the network. http://darrenburnhill.com/windows-7/dual-boot-win7-win7-restore-points-any-special-considerations.html Obviously, Microsoft technicians could have resolved this issue-or at least posted a few more instructions.
December 5, 2009 Effectspedals Mike was right… in order to solve the " XP " machine can't see the Windows 7 folders, drives, follow his message about setting the ‘Everyone' with My solution: stop sharing the DRIVE and only share FOLDERS. Pinging to the router (192.x.x.x) is very quick from both computers. I had also tried this in the past before formatting my XP machine and it did NOT work at that time either.
This is a widespread and extremely nutty problem. Monday, January 18, 2010 3:42 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi MSayre, Since your issue is not related to the current one, please create a new thread I even tried to put Everyone in the access area, restarted, same error. Using the supplied Win7 drivers the printer and scanner are working.
In the Select Network Protocol window, choose TCP/IP and click OK, then follow any on-screen directions. but my lap with W7 cannot find the XP PC. August 8, 2009 Mysticgeek @Phil McGuire: I agree it shouldn't be so difficult at all. W7 can print.
and you should be connected.Hope that this helps everyone struggling with this and maybe MS may put a KB up showing how to network XP & Windows 7. Ensure that it has been configured correctly and that PC's are able to update their own records. it gave me an error saying that the network resource was unavailable so as far as i can tell the win 7 and xp computers are in the same workgroup conected November 23, 2009 Trine Curtis "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
Ipconfig /flushdns 2. The tech support person from Norton was full of ____.Kerry Brown MS-MVP - Windows Desktop Experience Thursday, January 14, 2010 9:01 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Yes Go to Start > Control Panel > Network Connections.