blog comments powered by Disqus //Most Popular Articles 7 Things Not to Buy Before Black Friday Everything Coming to Netflix in November What Is USB-C? For space reasons, I wanted to keep the Brother 1440 printer on my XP machine and share it to the W7 laptop. 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. Apparantely all drivers should be vista in order for it to work flawlessly. weblink
thanks a lot1 bvaughn says: 6 years ago What a great article! Any suggestions? yan says: 7 years ago hi there, thanks for this wonderfull tips. Please help.
Windows 10 Printer Sharing Access Denied
Research said bad SPOOL file on WIN7 laptop ("thunking spooler APIS from to 64" was the error message), so I removed and reset per instructions. It cannot open anything on the hard wired side of the router except the internet modem connection. access denied pops up. click "Add Printer"3. "Add a Local Printer"4. "Create a New Port"5.
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i need help in sharing the usb internet connection between two computers both are laptops one of them is running windows vista the other is running windows 7.
Access is denied." I followed the above instructions and still cannot print (same error message).
Xamot82 says: 5 years ago Thank you for your post was spending considerable time trying to add a printer via the network like usual with no success your solution worked wonderfully
AnonymousSep 16, 2010, 3:52 PM i have problem sharing my printer too, i connect my canon ir1022 to my windows xp pc, it works in this pc and when i bought
Whatever it was, it works now.
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Maybe not... 8) ZoronSep 30, 2008, 10:52 PM My ISP wouldn't have anything to do with it...
Edgar Gomez says: 5 years ago I have read the intruction and I will try all my best to follow it.
Grant NETWORK Full Control AND THEN we had to install as local printers, using the port trick. . .1. When complete, click Share, and then click Done. If computers are in multiple workgroups, it can take additional time and effort to discover all of the computers on the network. How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 Press Next, and on the next page choose the 'Create a new port' option and make sure the 'Local port' option is selected: 4.
However, many users use a different firewall product such as Windows Live OneCare or PC-cillin. No other words. I have seen and tried every suggestion I have found, to no avail. July 20, 2011 Frank What about the other way round, My samsung clp 610 is connected directly to the W7 computer the sharing protocols are all set and no passwords are
In this instance we decided to browse to it and notice we have 5 computers found on the network. Sharing Between Xp And Windows 10 Disable password protected sharing When you disable password protected sharing, the computer sharing the folder does not require a user account or password. In our example, when trying to add the printer connected to our XP machine, it wasn’t recognized automatically. Make sure the name is typed correctly and the printer is connected to the network." message.
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I've been fighting for 3 days trying to figure out how to make this work and I finally found your website and it works! Make sure these are enabled in both the Home or work and Public profiles. Windows 10 Printer Sharing Access Denied June 7, 2011 barua123 i am using EVO a usb modem i have two computers at home so both of those computers need internet connection at the same time. File Sharing Windows Vista January 2, 2011 Christina Thank you so much for your help!
THANK YOU. have a peek at these guys I spend almost 2 hours on this, but with your description it was fixed in a few minutes! Type in the \\computer name\printer name ie. I couldn't find where to tell Win 7 the workgroup. The Credentials Supplied Are Not Sufficient To Access This Printer Windows Xp
Got online and saw your solution: presto chango it now works.Thank You Drompa.Not to be a hater on MS but I saw the port trick solution posted by a User Melonhead I followed your steps and I get a message that says that my address is incorrect. Unfortunately, trying to print to an shared printer on XP from Windows 7 is not as simple as it should be! http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/windows-10/vista-cannot-print-to-shared-printer.php Who knew it was the trick that worked!
Using a Third-Party Firewall Windows Vista includes a built-in host-based firewall known as Windows Firewall. Printer Sharing Windows 10 To Windows Xp One confusing part of your instructions, Step 7. Windows 7 will load the driver and you’ll be able to print to the XP machine from Windows 7!
I did have this set up and working at one point, then it suddenly stopped working without warning.
Also to make sure it works with Windows for x64 based systems. Frustrating, but what does one expect. It can access the internet fine, but file sharing is bazzar. Windows 10 Connect To Shared Printer Keep up the good work.
I have been trying to hook my laptop up to my work printer for ages. Call your ISP? Under the Sharing and Discovery section of the Network and Sharing Center window, click Show me all the shared network folders on this computer. Good luck.
LDub says: 6 years ago Solved my problems in minutes instead of hours! Many thanks. More» MakerBot Replicator+ The MakerBot Replicator+ 3D printer is a marked upgrade over its predecessor, offering better speed,... Very clear and easy to follow (I like the "local printer" warning).
this has worked perfectly for me!! That’s it! Is there a way around that? I am so happy if my ugly titbit works somehow.
JOIN THE DISCUSSION Tweet Brian Burgess worked in IT for 10 years before pursuing his passion for writing. Edit >>5. I recently ran into a printer shared by a Windows XP SP2 PC and a Windows 7 32 bit PC that can't print to that share, even when using the above I'm in a dorm room with 4 guys and we have an extra old laptop with XP sharing the printer.
Follow the steps and verify again1.) Verify that File and print sharing is turned on and properly configuredon the XP machine. (you obviously have this)2.) Open the the shared location of Even my office tech support cannot seem to fix this. Best answer DrompaApr 27, 2009, 3:28 AM Hi Zoron,My wife recently renewed her machine from XP into Vista 64, and I had been suffering from exactly the same situation in trying This is equivalent to simple file sharing in Windows XP.
Windows Vista uses the Public folder, rather than the Shared Documents folder in Windows XP, to simplify file sharing.