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now you should see anything that is shared on that computer 4. I have a Epson Stylus CX7800 series. Your instructions assume the printers are connected to the XP computer. On the next screen you'll be asked whether your printer is a local printer or a network printer.

Richard Comfort says: 5 years ago Thank you, thank you, thank you. Any ideas? December 19, 2009 Joe On my windows 7 PC I can connect to my XP PC and I can see the printer there. thanks palmerr says: 7 years ago When I double click on my XP computer it asks me my my network user ID and Password. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/windows-7-home-basic-cant-connect-to-printer-attached-on-windows-xp-507590.html

How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7

Click No because anyone else who wants to connect will be able to do so following the same steps. After much mucking about Windows 7 sees both the shared drives on the XP box and the MAC and can access them. I managed to find the networkprinter going through one of the other computers, and can print, but if that computer is off, I cannot print. Step 7: Now choose the printer driver from the list or download the latest driver for the printer and choose Have Disk.

Select Create a new port, select Local Port for the Port Type, and click Next. Sue says: 6 years ago These instructions were good but I followed your instructions and still can't print. Many other sites do not cover the exceptions / problems which arise and assume it will be simple. How To Share A Printer In Windows 7 To Xp Mode I have a Epson Stylus R200 Photo that I wanted to use to print from a new Win 7 laptop and was about ready to go invest in something to make

Bcos says: 5 years ago Thank You So Much!!!! How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 64 Bit Eduard says: 7 years ago THANKS! Go figure! get redirected here And for the record: can I also scan with my printer/scanner if it's connected like you propose here?

Thank you so much for posting this!!! How To Share Printer In Windows Xp In Lan The Win 7 machine in network can't see the XP machine but can in full map but can't accesss files on XP machine. Ankit. Most grateful for this info.

How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 64 Bit

I have set the XP plotter to be shared, yet, when I bring up the the network on Windows 7, I can not see the XP Mode system. December 19, 2009 Steve I can't seem to figure out how to connect my Windows 7 laptop to my XP desktop connected printer. How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 Paul M. Network Windows 7 And Xp Computers Together In this instance we decided to browse to it and notice we have 5 computers found on the network.

Client OS is Windows XP. February 5, 2011 roe Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That did it for me. Is there a way around that? How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 10

Best help I have ever got! August 5, 2010 theo problem: win7 (64) does not see the printers in an exisitng network I have a network with 3 XP computers, 2 printers, one linksys server with 2 Please help! After 2 days of a headache, this is the only solution that worked!

but one question? How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan I did have to install the printer on XP first, connecting to a bogus port. I can see the windows xp machine but i cannot access it.

Any info or help would be appreciated.

mine is hp laserjet 1015.. I will check and let you know. Now the Win7 Desktop and a wired Laptop Win7 machines can print to a shared pinter with XP. How To Share Printer In Windows 7 32 Bit And 64 Bit at "Enter a Port Name" enter: "\\Computername\Printername" -Jay 1 Datil OP Gandalf50 Nov 10, 2010 at 9:13 UTC This has worked for me on similar issues.

Sometimes remembering just where exactly is every option in different OSs is a problem. So far I have figured out the following about Vista. Monday, May 07, 2007 1:06 PM 0 Sign in to vote Sorry to say that I haven't solved the issue with Microsoft Vista and I can't find an answer to the I had one additional twist.

Tips on Sharing Printers on a Network By Eric Geier As you may know, you can share a single printer across multiple computers that are on the same network, or in However I cannot connect to the printer from my vista laptop. 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 Sometimes it doesn't.

Thanks. Logically it makes no sense to me, but it worked so...Go to Control Panel. Upon saving the setting, select the memory stick option. 14. November 28, 2009 John Mark I seem to have the same problem.

Sometimes it takes a while for them to cancel. Good luck! Otherwise, click Cancel and consult your network administrator or the printer manufacturer's website." I tried downloading a Win7 driver to manually select but the only one I could find was for Make sure that both PCs are members of the same Workgroup - I called mine "WORKGROUP". 2.

So, while I was still unable to see the computer itself on the network, the process of adding the printer could find it because it was "listed in the directory." Thanks Enter the following commands and press the “Enter” key after each command: (note resulting messages, if any) “cd %systemroot%\system32”  “sc config spooler depend= rpcss“  “lexbces –u”  “del lexbces.exe”  “net start spooler” To try to identify and resolve network problems, click diagnose." The XP machine can access the Win7 machine just fine. es2323 says: 6 years ago Wow.

yan says: 7 years ago hi there, thanks for this wonderfull tips. i have spent the last few days pulling my hair out Thursday, May 31, 2007 11:38 AM 0 Sign in to vote Thank you...Thank you...Thank you!  This has been driving me That's where all of my utilities, drivers, etc. If step 2 is not successful…                                                               i.      Download the Windows Vista printer driver for your printer from the manufacturer’s website. 1.     If your printer’s manufacturer has not created a Vista

The cost for the next step up with the capability to print from iOS, was more than what I got the Lantronix server and the Laser for. Caspies says: 7 years ago I have a Windows 7 laptop, but my problem is a bit different.

 
 
 

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