hang-the-9Oct 24, 2011, 12:25 AM Caldrumr said: Yeah, it gives me a good old standard "Windows cannot access \\Name-PC\Folder" error. Put a check next to Share this Folder and Allow Users to Change My Files, then click Apply & OK. -From the Vista computer: Click the Start button and type Windows Looking under Sharing and Discovery, click the drop down arrows on the right as we go down the list. Windows Vista Safe Mode April 12, 2010 elderone1 The commentary gets close to the problem and answer, but here is my twist.
January 5, 2011 KJack I have a Laptop (Vista) and a new desktop (Win7). Click Start, type 'cmd', then right-click Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator. Additional problems are created if I move or rename elements, for then when I take steps to restore sharing, I can't distinguish the restoration from an "A-Ha" moment of discovering an this content Conclusion This should get you started sharing folders, files, and printers between your Vista and Windows 7 system.
After turning them off, XP can once again access Vista thru either Network or by using Windows Explorer and selecting the assigned drive letter for the Vista computer. 2xg, your suggestion QUESTION Why does typing the XP computer's network address and the "C" drive (\\Averatec\C) into the Windows Explorer's address bar work, but Vista's Networking links do not? To extend the usable range of the wireless network router, consider purchasing a different antenna from the router manufacturer, or use a signal repeater. This after I recognized that my computer came up on her’s as ChucksPC rather than MYSTICGEEK-PC.
Figure : Network discovery setting The Network discovery and file sharing window displays. I appreciate your help. I chose to, "Just finish the wizard." "I don't need to run the wizard on other computers.", because the 2002 Laptop running XP doesn't permit a USB option. If the problem is an incorrect password or key index, this option reconnects with the wrong information.
If the electrical power to the computer, the router, or the Internet service is interrupted momentarily, the IP address might change and disrupt the connections. What happened? You can choose whichever drive letters you want to represent as many drives as you need. Win7 OK Can't find your answer ?
If you have two folders for your username, and one ends in .bak, you need to do this: right-click the folder that doesn't have .bak in it, select rename and add You can share specific areas required by right clicking the C: drive on say the Vista PC and share name it as C-Vista, then do the same thing for every required Select Safe Mode to boot into the special mode used for recovery. Just the regular username/password is not valid?
If your computer has a second Administrator account that you can access, you can backup the Registry simply by booting into Windows and creating a new System Restore Point. Can you tweak you're way around that one?
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