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Helpful +1 Report nyi nyi Oct 13, 2009 08:40PM friends you might want to check out these pages to fix such problems that help http://helpdeskgeek.com/... has been working fine until power outage, now I can ping the w7 machine from all xp machines but can not ping xp from w7 machine. WindowsXP-KB922120-v5-x86-ENU.exe Report adh1926- Mar 29, 2009 04:23PM i dont see the network from vista idont see the win vista from server 2003 Report babznme- Mar 29, 2009 05:20PM What kind of any thoughts? Check This Out

I don't know if my Windows 7 being 64 bit has anything to do with it or not, but I do know that I have followed the steps here, as well Use the pre-installed TCP/IP networking protocol suite for your File and Printer Sharing as well as for access to the Internet. What menus are required here? The other laptop has Win 7. http://geekgirls.com/2010/03/setting-up-a-home-network-on-windows-xp/

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Not useles after all are you :) May 10, 2011 David West Windows 7 is strange, one day it works, next day - who knows! Cheers gary walsh Really useful. This problem did not happen when W7 was first installed, it appeared today after migrating my settings using the Windows Transfer which leads me to believe it's a setting that is BEST OF HOW-TO GEEK How to Get a Refund For an iPhone, iPad, or Mac App From Apple Why You Should Use Your Monitor's Native Resolution How to Send and Receive

Settings To get File and Printer Sharing to work between your Windows XP Home Edition computers: Enable the "Guest" login account Open the "properties" of the network connection to the other I hope this is helpful. changing it to any of the other 3 modes should fix your problem. Network Connections Xp Good luck Report Big Chief- Jul 24, 2009 07:35AM I have been using your method to clear the sockets on my new Vista 64 home computer every morning when I come

I am convinced that Vista does not play well with XP Pro in a workgroup setting. Change Network From Public To Home Windows Xp What worked in my environment may or may not be applicable to slightly different environments. My computers are now networked together but I cant view the folders to the other computer because I need the user name and password for the opposite computers…. http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/xp/addxp.htm What do I have to enable or disable to get it to work.

I selected the "Set up an advanced connection", and "Accept incoming connections", then "Allow virtual private network connections". How To Configure Internet Connection In Windows Xp About this wikiHow How helpful is this? This is where my problem gets stranger. Peter August 26, 2010 Pieter Carl, this is what solved it for me: This is what solved it for me: - In WinXP, go to control panel -> administrative tools -

  • All setting are same as before outage using cat 5 with a switch, I tried new switch same problem.
  • I have tried the solutions in the article, no joy.
  • The second block of the message may actually be somewhat more specific to the circumstance.
  • You can network computers that run different operating systems, but you'll find the ideal networking setup for a small home LAN (local area network) is with XP running on your most
  • For example, most people have a router just after the cable/dsl modem (some are built-in to the modem).
  • Click Setup Home Or Small Office Networking and follow the prompts.
  • Provided, that is, your sister decides to share her printer. (You might offer to let her share your laser printer in return as an inducement – sharing works both ways.) To share

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mine was there in the install list, I didn't have to go searching externally for it. Click Add A Printer. How To Setup Lan Connection In Windows Xp I hope this helps although I apologize for not supplying the exact Windows dialogue boxes. Windows Xp Home Network Setup Step-by-step Only by going into the McAfee Internet Logs and allowing my laptop's IP was I FINALLY able to see my XP desktop on my Windows 7 laptop.

It is an ardious task. his comment is here The vista machine stays in communication with the other two (one running XP pro SP3 & one running the final version of 2000 pro) but for whatever reason it fails to Double-click 3½ Floppy (A:). Install the adaptors Install the network adaptors and install your modem on the ICS host computer (you can also let the computers connect to the Internet independently by installing modems on Network Setup Wizard Xp Download

The Network Setup Wizard includes links to detailed advice about configuring your network, including help on designing a network layout to suit your home. Vista had no problem, but the XP machine would not allow the network through until weshut off the firewalls on both. Remove all network protocols that aren't required for a specific purpose. http://swapshaker.com/windows-xp/xp-home-ed-cd-driver-disc.html http://bbs.blackviper.com/index.php?topic=1513.0 //end Helpful +1 Report juii May 11, 2010 04:50PM see the link ..

For example, most people have a router just after the cable/dsl modem (some are built-in to the modem). Connecting Windows Xp To Internet Via Ethernet Second, in Control Panel look for Printers. Please try the request again.

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restart View all 14 comments Report Joe- Dec 27, 2008 05:35PM Thanks for all your help. Report ArtTekGal- Jan 10, 2010 02:23AM It's nearly a year since this was posted, but this reply solved my problem!!!! Location: (N)42.680943, (W)-70.839384 (NorthAmerica> USA> Massachusetts> Boston> MetroNorth> Ipswich) Email comments to Chuck Kollars Time: UTC-5 (USA Eastern Time Zone) (UTC-4 summertime --"daylight savings time") Peruse Chuck Kollars' Facebook Profile Peruse http://swapshaker.com/windows-xp/lost-password-for-xp-home.html Gotchas Two things in particular really threw me.

XP sees Vista, Linux/UNIX see it, but some Vista machines don't see other Vistas, yet some others do! Amber: It sounds like you may have Simple File Sharing turned off. The other laptop has Win 7. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions.

The printer immediately showed up in the printers list on the remote PC. Sure, it's a pain in the ass to have to connect to this VPN when I need files, etc, but at least I can access my files and printers via the Username & PW is the same on all machines. I tried to install the LLTD to the xp sp3 machine but it said I 'did not need it'.

If you have multiple protocols, un-bind File and Printer Sharing from all but one. That's it. And there are no user accessible Local Group Policy Options; the folder where they are stored on Windows XP Professional Edition doesn't even exist, the icon in the Control Panel for My new win 7 home premium cannot.

Decide what type of network technology you wish to use. Report cybercipolla- Apr 25, 2013 07:54PM GENIUS!!!! One should still check networking capabilities before making purchasing decisions, as what works well at home may nevertheless not be appropriate for use in schools. What ever happened to joining a workgroup?

How would I know this ? One might click wrong and setup a whole new [something] and reuin the existing network. Extensions (Exercises for the Reader:-) One obvious similar configuration is where the connections from the computers to the router use either Ethernet or USB cables rather than wireless. I've seen "Policy" tweeks (Limit logon with no PW to local console only.) Is this necessar or not ?

show toc Windows XP Professional Product Documentation > Networking and the Web > E-mail and the Web > Home and small office networkingSteps for creating a home or small office network If you change the Workgroup name, you will need to re-boot the PC for the new Workgroup name to take effect. 2. They should all be able to see each other now. You can let other people on the network view and edit your files or view them only.