Being a member gives you detailed monitoring of your requests. The problem is with the discovery on the vista laptop. 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 - Document any error messages, dialogue boxes or other potential flags.
Almost towards the bottom, there should be a "File Sharing Connections" section, which is probably defaulted to the 128-bit encryption. I have tried everything and no luck. Make sure ALL machines are on the same WORKGROUP. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Reponse To Answer by BryanMohr · 6 years ago In reply to Username and password?...
Friday, March 27, 2009 1:38 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote You got it done faster than I did (it took me two weeks, working on and off).The
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I tried the same settings for my sister's laptop and everything seems to be working OK but when ever she tries to open my desktop vista PC from her vista laptop
Finally restored win 7 back to June 16, 2010 restore point and Voila!
Purpose: isolate whether firewall settings are causing the problem.2.
If problems, you should retest with all computer firewalls turned off. Restored to the manual restore point of about July 5 -- This time didn't work. upnp is installed on all XP machines as well as peer to peer in the add windows components. Thanks for your reply and all your help.
I could not have done it withou his help and knowledge. To find other computers running Windows Vista, open these ports: *UDP 3702 *TCP 5357 *TCP 5358 To find other computers running earlier versions of Windows, and to use file and printer Really item 4 I feel was a my senario only case as it has been like that for a while between XPs Pcs as well and my permission test might have http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=4f01a31d-ee46-481e-ba11-37f485fa34ea&DisplayLang=en 5) And the final step: check the registry on your WinXP machine per MS article 913628 that I found by searching MS for "error message when you try to
To throw a wrench in the works, my laptop (Vista) could see the desktop. Whenever we share any folder from xp to window 7 than it ask for a password as i login it with administrator but the system do not logon. Friday, July 20, 2007 4:15 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Alright, this has me stumped bad and it's really testing my patience.The two computers in question are I went back to the laptop and open the network workgroups and this time I only see my father’s laptop and not my desktop.
You are bookmarked May 21, 2010 Jon You did not go into hardly anything about networking and printing between Vista and Windows 7. When I go back, it is off again. How do you go looking for and determine missing computers? Does this have any bearing on the problem with which we are all struggling?
But I may be wrong Try the checklist in this post: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-networking/sharing-file-with-windows-7-home-premium-laptop/8f8200ee-c2c5-44bf-af54-cdda4cae22a6 share|improve this answer edited Sep 30 '12 at 18:58 answered Sep 30 '12 at 18:33 Serge 2,56959 add a have a peek at these guys I do also have a PC running Win 03 Server Enterprise R2 sharing 5 HDD's movies and music and it doesn't have upnp or peer to peer as I don't have July 23, 2010 carl Hammonds I have 3 systems in my network 2 windows 7 and an XP. Some sort of permission error in folders and mapped (if you use mapped driver or shared folders) One thing I use in my network, and it's really up to you to
I have done the fix for 913628 . I can access Vista shares from XP but not vice versa. Now does each PC see each other? After I removed and subsequently reinstalled Norton, I made sure to give "Full Trust" to all of the computers again, including Vista. check over here Next, shutdown all 3 computers.
In Vista, the network is set as private network so it is expected that devices on the network are discoverable. One PC is assigned as the MY DOCUMENTS folder.. XP Home can be a much bigger pain to get working and has some issues different then Pro One of the often unrecognized properties of the Windows Network is "change" can
I have 7 computers all networked together.
XP can access files on W7. For the 3 computers (and please be careful to assure the Computer and Workgroup Names listed below are identical to those on your network (including upper/lower case and use of special So I do not believe that it's a problem with SP3, or the absence of the separate LLTD installation. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Link Layer Topology Discovery (KB922120) not included I found the solution to my problem after hours of searching on forums and I felt like an idiot after discovering it.
In msconfig I disabled several services, two of which were IP Helper and TCP/IP Netbios helper. Is there an actual army in 1984? It’s as simple as creating a Homegroup on on machine then joining the other to it. this content please do give a step-by-step and COMPLETE guide.
Once you open the network work on vista laptop is should see the network? Click Configure (located under "To Change Your Options") 3.