Click on the Network and Sharing Center, and then click Manage Network Connections.3. Emtebu says: 6 years ago Hello, You explained everything really well, but it still doesn't work for me. But then printer shows an error saying something like "change reg'd size common settings" (on the printer). Click Add Port, then select Local Port, then click New Port. 7. check over here
Select “other” then click “next” 7. Navigate to the Ports tab. 6. You cannot just download the driver package from HP to the Vista and then try to set up the printer as a network printer, IT DOESNT WORK. Lyric1945 says: 6 years ago Can somebody answer my question?
After installation is complete, open the Printers icon in the Windows Vista Control Panel. 4. Since the printer we used is fairly new, there wasn’t a problem with locating any drivers for it. Download the Windows Vista printer driver for your printer fromthe manufacturers website.1. Abe says: 5 years ago I have a Dell AIO 942 connected to my XP machine.
March 9, 2010 HJ I also have a problemwith my Dell A10 924 connected to xp. I have been trying for 3 months to get my XP printer working from Windows 7 laptop. I unplugged the printer from the xp system and plugged it directly into my laptop. Sharing Printer Windows 7 Then choose Add Printer.Choose Add a local printer.
Wonderful. by LMMobile · 9 years ago In reply to Probably permission issue I am normally not on this forum, but after spending the whole day 25 December 2007 to get my This procedure only worked for me when I used back-slash characters instead of the forward-slash shown in the above "Local port" I used: \\computer name\printer Instead of the: //computer name/printer Shown Read more...
Nadine01 says: 6 years ago Your tip worked superbly for connecting a printer from a Windows XP machine to a Windows 7 machine (32-bit), but it still doesn't work for connecting How To Share Printer In Windows 7 Step By Step I'm running vista premium and this technique worked great. You should now be able to print from your Windows Vista PC to a shared printer located on your Windows XP PC. 0 #3 zz1980 Posted 16 October 2007 - 07:40 I have wireless printing to the photosmart 1315.Terry 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Thanks!
thanks alot rbc says: 7 years ago Tried your suggestions, but still get "error 0x000006ba". cryn says: 6 years ago Worked!!! How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 64 Bit Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together Spike says: 7 years ago I can't connect to an HP Deskjet 3740 on from my Win 7 laptop to my win XP desktop.
I took an educated guess and chose the photosmart 7200 instead and lucky it worked like a charm. check my blog If everything goes perfectly, Windows 7 should automatically add the printer to your set of printers. IT WORKED ! Kept tryng to connect as a network printer - kept failing. Sharing Between Xp And Windows 10
Reply 0 0 Happy_now Top Student Posts: 9 Member Since: 01-12-2011 Message 4 of 5 (4,766 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Windows 7/Windows Vista Network Printer Compatibility & error code 0x000003e3 I'll do it on my other laptops too! Blueiguana says: 6 years ago Thanks. this content from desktop.
I found this instruction and it worked in the first try!!I therefore registrated just to be able to say THANK YOU, you saved my day (and night) LM 0Votes Share Flag The Credentials Supplied Are Not Sufficient To Access This Printer Windows Xp However it did not work. Becuase they are both same so I did not do anything at step 7 but when I print from laptop (viata), I can see 1 document in queue but never came
On the Host Computer, follow the Sharing steps. 3. Thanks anyway dlaminjn says: 6 years ago I’ll consider that the two machines are connected through a hub or a switch or router, and that your Windows XP is Service Pack Many thanks for your research & presentation. Windows 10 Printer Sharing Have a memory stick in hand.
All very frustrating. Everything goes fine until the last step - Instead of getting "You've successfully added HP PSC 1500 series on XPMCE " I get "No driver found Windows can't find a driver In our example, when trying to add the printer connected to our XP machine, it wasn’t recognized automatically. http://bovbjerg.net/windows-7/vista-cannot-connect-to-shared-printer-on-windows-7.php proske says: 7 years ago Hi, I'm having a problem that a lot of people seem to have: I can't see the XP desktop in the "view network printers and devices"
The advice was perfect! All I have left is a basic ability to print. Bruno Marra says: August 23, 2016 at 5:10 pm Thanks guy, you was saved me Dan says: September 30, 2016 at 5:34 pm Didn't work. Otherwise, click Cancel and consult your network administrator or the printer manufacturer's website." I tried downloading a Win7 driver to manually select but the only one I could find was for
Frustrating, but what does one expect. My printer is connected by USB to the XP Printer and I am using a wireless router to connect my documents & printer.