Can I set up a new drive letter for my networked Vista to show my Vista machine? Authorization is done locally by each computer. Does this have any bearing on the problem with which we are all struggling? Nor do I want to. this contact form
Example DLINK DIR-655 shows up like the model it looks like. However, sometimes you must install their configuration utility in addition to the driver; in that case run the setup file. Also the firewall you use should have a trust zone where you have bla, bla IP address range you setup in the router to match the firewall software. Thanks for your reply and all your help.
Can get into your specifics more here in this thread. start with a smaller number of variables we can control, get those to work and then start adding the remaining variables back in). My sister is the admin for her windows vista laptop, my father is the admin for his windows xp pro sp3 laptop and I'm also the admin for my windows vista Add to del.icio.us | DiggThis Home| Networking| Backgrounders| Internet Sharing| Security| HowTo| Troubleshooting| Reviews| News| About| Jobs| Tools| Forums Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on...
A box should pop up asking if you want to make this a Private Network - click Yes to make Private. Will these 6 errors noted above cause future problems? Ask a question Member requests are more likely to be responded to. Network Sharing Not Working Windows 7 Activity Stream New Events Mark Forums Read TWC Forum Home Forum Home FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Site Leaders TWC Freeware TWCN Tech News TWC Blog
Jun 11, 2008 #10 jcroot TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 56 tipstir said: Looking good! Not Able To Access Shared Folder In Windows 7 Report subz3r0- Jun 14, 2010 at 01:21 PM still not working for me I set up all setting in my win 7 but nothing, could you tell us the settings for All the XP computers can see each other and can access each others shared folders. XP-PRO By the way, I do have an XP-Pro installation disk I used on another computer I dual-booted with Windows 98se.
DDS (Ver_2011-06-03.01) - NTFSx86 Internet Explorer: 8.0.6001.18702 BrowserJavaVersion: 1.6.0_24 Run by Jennifer at 14:07:36 on 2011-06-09 RED EYE TRUKIN Resolved HJT Threads 10 06-28-2011 06:27 AM new issues with an old Cannot Access Shared Folder Windows 10 Can I set up a new drive letter for my networked Vista to show my Vista machine? After all of this when I go to one of the XP machines and dispaly the entire network all hte PC's appear including the Vista PC. I changed my network name for the same name that I have for my SSID in my wireless router.
After going through msconfig and using trial and error, i found that it wouldn't drive it up if i had Plug and Play unchecked. Why is '--++a-- ++ +b--' evaluated in this order? File Sharing Not Working Windows 10 I can right now open from XP box the Vista laptop and access it's shares or printers or files. Network Sharing Problem In Windows 7 My tip, which did solve the problem was to add a registry entry that will increase the IRPStackSize to 15.
Your settings should match the ones in my image. weblink Thanks again for your help, now the problem seems to get better... Try accessing a shared folder. Thanks for your reply and all your help. Windows 7 File Sharing Not Working
Would be a help if you could also verify the right Vista settings / indicate ways for a controlled approach for the Vista integration testing into this F&PS puzzle. And wait and retest about 15 minutes to re-verify it still looks the same. XP and XP-Pro do not have passwords. http://brainybooks.net/windows-7/vista-home-windows-7-shared-folder-problem.html C:\bootmgr Access is denied C:\hiberfil.sys cannot access file because being used by another process C:\pagefile.sys cannot access file because being used by another process C:\Program Files Access is denied.
Any help you can give would be appreciated! Network Sharing Not Working Windows 10 Will these 6 errors noted above cause future problems? Thanks for getting me this far.
Thanks again. This is what I tried so far: 1: CMD and then ipconfig /all Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 for both computers DHCP Servers: 192.168.1.1 for both computers 2: I created a home network Sharing and Discovery make it these settings... Printer Sharing Problem In Windows 7 This error is directly related with lost network sharing (Xp --> 7).
Report Nazdar- Jun 10, 2010 at 11:27 PM If you're still having trouble, check out Mark's comment about setting the encryption setting lower so that you can see the XP computers To check if the sharing protocol is enabled, open the Network Connections window via the Control Panel in Windows XP or via the Network and Sharing Center in Vista. Open the Network of workgroups then click on view network (discovery does the system shown your network layout. his comment is here Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
click on network and sharing center 4. do I need the same settings that I made in my desktop vista PCif I want to connect another laptop to my network that has vista on it?