Proffitt Forum moderator / November 27, 2011 1:29 PM PST In reply to: XP Cannot see a network Printer Sorry I didn't find that detail in your post. LDub says: 6 years ago Solved my problems in minutes instead of hours! In some cases you will need to install the x86 XP drivers for the shared printer because the Windows 7 drivers are not compatible with XP. When everything is installed open Solution: I created a password and restarted. http://bovbjerg.net/windows-7/win-7-cannot-connect-to-xp-shared-printer.php
It even works on a wireless connection via Router Access Point! It keeps saying that it can't install the driver with an 0x08000FFFF error (even after cleaning register, etc., etc.). If there is one computer that have no password on admin account, sharing won't work, for security reasons. January 3, 2010 Mike This helped me 95% there.
You've made my life much easier. Operation could not be completed". How do you enchant items with Lapis Lazuli? When I try I get an error message stating that the driver is 32 bit and the Windows 7 OS is 64 bit, and therefore it cannot install them.
Now to configure an anti-virus solution that isn't TOO secure…. I have a new desktop with Windows 7 and my kids laptops with Windows XP. Counter-intuitive YES! How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan The counter-intuitive step that you mention was something I never thought I would select because well, like you said it was counter-intuitive.
Thank you for any help you can provide. Once I got the printer sorted and onto the new network, the Win7 and Mac could see and use it. I can get to it fine, but when the pop-up that talks about printer drivers i say continue and another pop-up comes up saying it can't find the xp driver file, Your local port tip did it for me.
bbeard says: 6 years ago My problem is I can install this situation for 1 user, but I need to make the printer available for all users. Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share starguide says: 6 years ago Thank you. So then I tried Next. Install the Link Layer Topology Discovery (LLTD) Responder package on Windows XP machine from the link below: Link Layer Topology Discovery (LLTD) Responder package 3.
You can do this as well to make sure the permissions are accurate. see here Step 3: Click on Start and then click on Devices and Printers. My colleague has as well, I've sent her this link!! You rule. How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 64 Bit
amanda says: 6 years ago Amazing!!! laurie says: 6 years ago You were the end of a pile of frustration on my end. I have a Vista laptop, and it sees the XP just fine.. this page took me all day to set the network and all is working fine for file sharing execpt this print share.
Thanks a million!!!!!!!! How To Share A Printer In Windows 7 To Xp Mode Their suggestion was to increase the parameter. zay View Public Profile Find More Posts by zay 13 Jul 2009 #10 gmemore Windows 7 Home Premium x64, 29 posts Orlando They will all "see" each other
The troubleshooter has no idea what the problem is. October 27, 2009 Mark to install a printer shared on Windows xp on Windows7 you have to install extra x64 drivers on your XP machine!! What I did was change the shared drive name on the XP computer the printer is attached too. Connect Xp To Windows 7 Homegroup Thank You!!!
December 14, 2009 Horse88 Great tutorial. An 8500 will not connect to a wireless network" Odd since it says in big blue letters "Wireless" right on the face plate.I have a similar post up there hoping for It would be very helpful if the author of this page would update it so that the shared folder is NOT in a sub-directory of the already shared public files but Get More Info My System Specs OS Windows 7 automagp68 View Public Profile Find More Posts by automagp68 13 Jul 2009 #7 zay Windows 7 Ultimate 512 posts Houston, Texas @Deb27
but it still does not even recognize the windows 7. Now this is Microsoft's solution - you have to change one Registry entry on the XP PC. 4. Edited by PJBeee Thursday, May 30, 2013 4:10 PM typos Thursday, May 30, 2013 3:31 PM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the For more information about permissions, see Windows Help and Support So, add to MY Friday fun.
It looked like this should be fairly simple, but for some reason it's not. Other things to note: As mentioned above, another Windows 7 computer is able to see the printer and I can ping both computers from either PC. STRICTLY USE CABLE CONNECTION. And you never know why :D ) Moonarie says: 7 years ago When I go to sharing on My XP Pro I get the message, "Printer settings could not be saved.
Lucky I found this page, otherwise I'd still be trying to get it to work! Geoff sal says: 6 years ago Really, it is a great idea. Then found this article and your advice worked within 5 minutes. Obviously, Microsoft technicians could have resolved this issue-or at least posted a few more instructions.
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed meball says: 5 years ago Fabulous, so simple after hours of trying Thanks:-) meskorm says: 5 years ago Thanks!! But i'm trying to connect to a printer (that is on a windows 7 computer) through my Windows XP laptop. My win7 machine can't connect to the printer on my XP machine.
So this probably is a silly question. I can't even see my XP box on my Win 7 box. Then it worked, finally ! Keep up the good work!
November 28, 2009 John So how do you tell 7 to log in on the workgroup instead of the homegroup that has a password window? Answer This Ask For Clarification Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Need help adding network printer in Windows XP The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools http://files.getdropbox.com/u/976813/rktools.exe after installation is complete, click on: Start, All Programs, Windows Resource Kit Tools, Command Shell Then enter the following commands. (Attention: they are case Thanks again for your hard work at setting up these instructions.