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Turn off password protected sharing. You do not have permission to access \\laptop. Also I don't have the disk for the printer. May 21, 2009 Jeff spot on. his comment is here

December 30, 2009 Simon Barkdust45 - good solution. Printed out all the ipconfig/all screens and compared them side by side. Is that area blank or are there folders? –Doltknuckle May 16 '11 at 21:58 No I cannot (well actually I can now, but that's due to my giving it In the Properties screen click on the Sharing Tab and check the box to share the printer and type in its share name.

Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share

not the message no longer comes up, instead it says that its printing but when you look to see whats printing, it says that an error occured on the files that Basically I need a batch file that will open a command prompt, then open another command prompt with local system level, then run the batch to restart the Lanman service.   share|improve this answer edited Feb 15 '10 at 20:29 answered Jan 31 '10 at 17:07 3Doubloons 118116 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote This is probably because the "Password-protected As a support person for gazillion people, the sharing of my downloads folder is very important.

I did this for my wife laptop that is running Windows XP and she can access shared folders on my Windows 7 computers without any problems. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - More details by TaraS_WinTeam / November 23, 2009 6:26 AM PST In reply to: Finaly someone woh understands. CMOS button... Windows 7 Cannot Access Network Share I can now see my shared WIN 7 folder on my WIN XP boxes.

Good Job~ November 26, 2009 mike Hi, I had the same problem with sharing as Wayne. Double click on the Share folder to find a list of shared folders in the Public folder on Windows 7.  If you have password protection enabled you will need to type Otherwise, there might be a problem with your network. This worked like a dream!

can you please foward me the souloution? Workgroup Is Not Accessible Windows Xp I ask again ...How could it be the router when i can se and share the whole windows 7 pc EXCEPT the c drive? December 12, 2009 B It worked thanks December 12, 2009 Leonid A lot of thanks! Add Cancel × Insert code Language Apache AppleScript Awk BASH Batchfile C C++ C# CSS ERB HTML Java JavaScript Lua ObjectiveC PHP Perl Text Powershell Python R Ruby Sass Scala SQL

Windows Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 7

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Windows XP to 7 file sharing by floydjpz / December 5, 2009 10:45 AM PST In reply to: Solution for Tara. get redirected here Well I know about them but probably many do not. Windows Xp Cannot Access Windows 7 Share Paul M. You Might Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource Windows Xp XP can see Win 7 (mostly), but Win 7 acts like it is completely alone according to the Network page.

if you have any suggestions... this content win 7 XP can access Windows 8 share, but Windows 7 cannot, no homegroups Cannot Access shared folder in wifi Cannot access Shared Folder (that was previously accessible) Cannot access shared My solution: stop sharing the DRIVE and only share FOLDERS. I am able to form a link with the XP network and I can access shared files on the XP computers, but the XP computers on the network are unable to Can't Access Shared Folder Windows 7

Other than that, you should make sure that the network discovery and the like are turned on (step 2 on this page). Error message 2: Network Error Windows cannot access \\FAMILYEAST\Documents You do not have permission to access \\FAMILYEAST\Documents. Although I didn't have that issue when sharing the root of a hard drive installed in my pc. http://webgeninfosystems.com/windows-7/windows-xp-cannot-print-to-printer-shared-on-windows-7.html January 3, 2010 Ira Hart Mike, Thanks!

I have tried everything from every post and nothing seems to help. Windows 7 Shared Folder Not Accessible From Xp Permissions defined by security (share - Everyone Full Control; Security - "CAD Users" full control).   0 Jalapeno OP Rowland S Oct 18, 2012 at 1:46 UTC I So i download the driver from the net, go into the setup and turns out that the printer doesn't have a port cause it can't connect and therefore can't install the

Hope this helps anyone who gets the same error message as I did.

November 30, 2009 Trebor This is an awesome tut, however when I come to the add additional drivers section Win 7 can't find the driver for the X86 OS. You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion. That was the fix! Microsoft Kb 913628 Pc will not power on.

So i deleted it and place another 0 then proceeded to reboot the machine. asked 6 years ago viewed 14871 times active 1 year ago Blog Say Farewell to Winter Bash 2016! Its really making me sick.. http://webgeninfosystems.com/windows-7/a-full-featured-windows-7-aero-to-starter-and-windows-7-home-basic.html I can't believe how buried that solution was.

RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY TRIVIA Search How-To Geek Share Files and Printers between Windows 7 and XP If you have a home network and are running Windows 7 and I think it is because it needs 64 drivers on the 32-bit XP computer to work, but a) I'm terrible at finding drivers, and b) in XP when installing extra drivers So what you should do 1) Make shore you have SP3, if not then install it 2) Run the network wizard after install Ofcourse it my not help you, but its December 19, 2009 Carmine D'Ambrosio When I get to the step in this article of going to Devices and Printers and double clicking the printer icon, I do not get the

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 November 21, 2009 anthony72 Does this work if i am using Windows XP Media Center Edition November 21, 2009 frank My old Brother MFC had network and USB connections. If that's not the case..... I am using PSexec tool to launch command line at a "Local System" level since it is the only level of CMD that net stop and net start will work for

Now, it's Gone! Sharing Files In Windows 7 and XP Sharing folders between two Windows 7 machines with the new HomeGroup feature is an easy process, but the HomeGroup feature is not compatible with July 17, 2009 John "This is an excellent tutorial! no passwords it is wide open and nothing!

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Router by Merl Priester / November 22, 2009 3:30 PM PST In reply to: i gues no one is reading hte posts. Then select that port for this printer and print a test page.