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Also on the Vista machine you might want to turn off password protected sharing … but it’s completely up to you. I even restored an image of my hard drive from 5 months ago with no luck. Let your computer boot up. Password protected sharing. check over here

DISABLE PASSWORD CAUSES PROBLEM You suggested, "The same type of file sharing needs to be set on both computers - password protected sharing or non PW protected sharing (everyone has access)." You can share specific areas required by right clicking the C: drive on say the Vista PC and share name it as C-Vista, then do the same thing for every required I tried the mapdrive, still have the same problem: not able to share files. The Network window opens and displays the following message: Network discovery and file sharing are turned off.

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Fred, I set up "Guest" account in Vista. I'm having a similar conundrum, but my network setup is a little different:100ish computers with XP/Vista/7 connecting to domain1 XP computer can't see network shares or Exchange server in just one However, that account cannot access anything but the Public folders. please!

  1. After a few moments a message displays indicating that the computer is Successfully connected to the network.
  2. Thanks, K January 17, 2011 ESoka when i try to connect to the network it says "\\User-PC is not accessible.
  3. Turn on sharing.
  4. I'm having a similar conundrum, but my network setup is a little different:100ish computers with XP/Vista/7 connecting to domain1 XP computer can't see network shares or Exchange server in just one
  5. note: Make sure to follow the required format of Computername\username.
  6. note: Do not click Connect to a network.

The Vista can NOT access any XP files. Is there an obvious thing I am not doing? My computer running Windows 7home premium and the networking worked fine. User Profile Service Failed The Logon Windows 10 Enter a name for your new user (it must be different to the old one, although you can rename later).

If it detects a problem, Windows Vista displays a no connection or limited connection message, and prompts you for permission to diagnose the problem. User Profile Cannot Be Loaded Windows 10 December 5, 2010 jo this suks, i cant understand anything December 7, 2010 win7 i have the same problem with 1 laptop win 7 and 1 pc win 7. Both versions are not working... 0 Kudos Michel K.4 Level 1 ‎02-15-2015 08:15 PM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Get direct link Print Email to a When all computers are able to connect to each other computer on the network, continue to the next step.

When I run task manager says CPU usage is 100%. The User Profile Service Failed The Sign-in Windows 10 Results with printers are going to vary depending on the printer models and set up. Solid objects, such as walls, metal furniture, and electrical appliances might interfere with the signal and decrease the usable range. Step 4: Verify and update computer security The computer might have become infected with spyware and viruses, which can happen if the firewall or antivirus software is turned off or configured

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You can Map the other 2 computers from each PC and check the box to Reconnect at Logon so you always connect when Windows restarts. I have seen and tried every suggestion I have found, to no avail. User Profile Cannot Be Loaded I know it has been over two years since your last post and I know such may not be fresh in your memory; however, any input is welcomed. User Profile Cannot Be Loaded Windows 7 Domain The computer was connected to the home wireless network in the past, but suddenly it cannot connect to the home wireless network or has a limited access message.

Sponsored Links #2 (permalink) 02-16-2008 Ronnie Vernon MVP Posts: n/a Re: Cannot open .paf file in Vista Home Premium Florence You need to go to the support website check my blog Without exception access is denied to "partitions". February 22, 2011 trenzy Hello Lukas, As I was saying before, you have to change one or all of the folders' properties in order to share. See Reset and reconfigure the router. User Profile Cannot Be Loaded Windows 7 Home Premium

Doing this is pretty easy once you've followed our steps above. i managed to acces eachother, i can see the files that i have shared but i cannot open them no matter what i do. That may fix the issue, but if not, you'll need to follow our advice below. this content When I use the XP computer to view the Vista files I must enter the Vista user name & password.

Red X between the network and the Internet The computer has been connected to the home wireless network in the past, and it did have access to the Internet, but suddenly Start Windows 7 In Safe Mode It is possible to connect to a network that does not actually exist. Right click on the folder you want shared and click sharing then add that account name in the share.

http://easyshare.codeplex.com/ September 14, 2010 zahra very nice information.

The Network window opens and displays computers with shared folders that are detected on local networks. I am leaning toward hardware issues (Router or Laptop).... Any suggestions? Windows Vista Safe Mode See Resolving and Preventing Viruses on Your Computer for more information on how to protect your computer from these threats.

Useful links Home Mobiles Tablets PCs Laptops Cameras Games Appliances TVs Wearables Printers Software Accessories Networks Storage Video Cameras Contact the writers Contact us Company Website Feeds Privacy Notice About us When the home page for the router displays, you might need to type a password to perform configuration tasks. Here you can see the HP printer connected to the Windows 7 machine is available. have a peek at these guys Today, I've spent FIVE hours trying your suggestions and trying to un-do them because they caused more problems.

STEP 1 - ENABLE HIDDEN ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT The easiest and safest way to fix the problem is to create a brand new account and copy over your old files and settings. Now you’ll see all of the computers on your network which should be part of the same Workgroup. I turned password off. If another computer is available, connect it directly to the modem to verify whether it can connect.

Hope this helps. I welcome more ideas... Turn on the computer and allow it to reestablish the IP address connections to the router and the modem. November 3, 2011 Chuck I can look at my laptop from my windows 7 desktop, but I still cannot look at my windows 7 desktop from my Vista laptop nor can

Will try it out between my XP - desktop and vista - laptop. Give Windows a minute as it re-identifies your network up at the top of the page. i want to connect the printer. October 10, 2011 oldsystembuilder I have 3 windows 7 home prem.

A red X indicates there is no connection. September 9, 2010 Matt I have a Vista Desktop connected to wired internet and Win7 laptop connected to same wireless internet.Vista can see Win7 computer but not vice versa. Thank you! Figure : Diagnose and repair The Network Connection icon is missing in the notification area: Click Start and type Network in the Start Search box.

June 7, 2011 barua123 i am using EVO a usb modem i have two computers at home so both of those computers need internet connection at the same time. Otherwise, click Cancel and consult your network administrator or the printer manufacturer's website. Figure : Diagnose and repair in the Network and Sharing Center Step 3: Make sure the wireless network connection is enabled The connection to a wired or wireless network can be I have no idea what would be causing that :| Yeah, it's driving me nuts.

Very strange and so far no one has a solution. In the XP, full sharing has always been turned on, and still is.