How The Heck Do I Share My Printer
May 20, 2009 MRL Many thanks, amigo. On your laptop, click Start -> Run and then type in "\\desktopname or IP address" and hit OK. About a week ago I suddenly could only print one page at a time from WIN7 but I could access the shared drive. Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Source
We've been trying to do this for 3 days and managed it first time with your instructions! Why not concatenate C source files before compilation? Is there something else I need to look at? grateful says: 6 years ago Thanks!
Printer Sharing Windows 10
Your instructions were spot on. I have an older plotter (HP 600) that is not able to run in Windows 7, but I was able to download it into XP mode. Click “Next” again 6.
- vasismar says: 6 years ago Initially I was able to set up my Windows 7 laptop to print on my XP printer but I keep losing the ability to print.
- June 11, 2009 Jim S Thanks for the tutorial I have it almost working but there is one hurdle I can's seem to get over.
- September 24, 2009 deetmar If your having trouble sharing files in windows 7 with XP here's a quick fix right click the file or folder - share with - specific people-
- Then do File/Export and save to your Desktop. 6 Now locate the following Registry entry:- My Computer / HKEY-LOCAL-MACHINE / SYSTEM / CurrentControlSet / Control / Lsa and change the Data
- I've been trying to get it to work for months.
- I now have 2 documents in queue that will not print and can't seem to get them to go.
Is it only the laptop that doesn't see the printer or do other wireless devices also fail to connect? Any ideas? A window should come up showing the folders and printers being shared from the desktop. Windows 10 Homegroup Printer Sharing Now Window 7 can see Xp and shate the XP printer.
Obviously, Microsoft technicians could have resolved this issue-or at least posted a few more instructions. Windows 10 Printer Sharing Access Denied Blog Hey, Scripting Guy! Working...
I struggled with this for two days before I found your page!!
njbeachbetty says: 6 years ago Thanks. "Add Local Printer" worked to connect a network printer. Windows 10 Connect To Shared Printer My win7 machine can't connect to the printer on my XP machine. I've had occasional issues where I could no longer access the shared drive or printer from the WIN 7 laptop, but had no problems at all with the other WIN XP Cliff Rick says: 6 years ago I placed a comment yesterday concerning step 6 and a message I received concerning "Not enough server storage." I did some research on that and
Windows 10 Printer Sharing Access Denied
Had to re-install as somehow I lost the printer on my laptop. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-7/share-files-and-printers-between-windows-7-and-xp/ Thank you for taking the time to explain this. Printer Sharing Windows 10 Ah, you learn something every day. Share Usb Printer Windows 10 Select the "Ports" index on this dialog, select "Local Port" and press the "New Port…" button.
A suprise bonus-both Win7 machines have internet too. this contact form And for the record: can I also scan with my printer/scanner if it's connected like you propose here? Thanks a million! I read one internet post that said the driver name has to be the same on both the PC and the laptop? Share Printer Windows 10 To Xp
drachillix View Public Profile Find all posts by drachillix #22 10-09-2012, 05:13 PM Aestivalis Charter Member Join Date: Jul 2000 Location: Lisle, IL Posts: 574 Here's the way October 7, 2009 Carey I followed the instructions with a windows 7 wireless laptop and xp home main machine. Thanks a lot! have a peek here November 2, 2009 Xyrf I have tried to share a printer from my Win7 x64 to my Vista x64 with no success.
eibgradMar 12, 2010, 3:49 AM dfraser314 said: This may seem a daft question, but it part of my problem diagnostics from above.If I connect my PC direct to my printer with The Credentials Supplied Are Not Sufficient To Access This Printer Windows Xp I've visited all the pages you have. When I try to print, the print job goes to the XP box's print queue, but instead of printing, the queue just says "Error - printing." I've tried several different drivers
I followed their direction and it worked the first time.
Like you said, selecting "local printer" when you know it's a printer on a networked system is indeed counter-intuitive. I wouldn't have thought of the other possibility without this initial problem solving. I am looking for a way to allow the Windows 7 computer access on the network. Sharing Between Xp And Windows 10 jscanlon says: 7 years ago I tried this and the printer installs, but when I try to print a test page it immediately fails.
eibgradMar 11, 2010, 6:45 AM dfraser314 said: I run broadband with modem/router at head end, behind which sits 24 port switch.In my office location, I have 3 network printers, and use Is there a way around that? Well done and thank you for solving a most annoying problem. Check This Out Crazy… Windows advances in some aspects with each iteration of the OS, but it always seems to make some things so much harder than they were before… no?
I'll copy your solution to add "EVERYONE" here: I went back to the folder, right click properties >> select Sharing Tab >> select [Share …] button >> select ‘Everyone’ from drop dracoi View Public Profile Find all posts by dracoi #8 10-08-2012, 08:16 PM gotpasswords Charter Member Join Date: Mar 1999 Location: San Francisco area Posts: 16,030 If I My mistake was that the first time through it did not finish up correctly so when I tried to add it again the computer said that the port already exists. It even shows them in the network map.
Jennifer says: 5 years ago THANK YOU!! it ask the password right ? thanks Ritchbee says: 6 years ago Hi, Followed your instructions but once I got to step 6 my laptop that has w7 on gives me the message….network path not found Any Everytime I restart my XP PC I have to do that.
Most appreciated. random says: 6 years ago I'm stuck at step 2, I cant find my other computer! I turned off password protect in Win 7 I told XP to share its drive and files. I do all the setting changes and then I get to: "Now you should see your XP machine on Network" I don't see any of the XP machines I have.
Any ideas? gotpasswords View Public Profile Visit gotpasswords's homepage! You can do this by going to Control Panel and clicking on Network and Internet. Many thanks.
Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Thanks a million. The built-in Windows 7 drivers for ML420's works fine if you connect them directly, but connecting to an XP shared one, all I could get was a long Windows Update search, You can change this preference below.
I *can* share my printer from XP to Windows 7 but cannot share it with a laptop running Vista.