Computer Type: Laptop OS: Windows 10 Quote jimbo45 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message VIP Member Posts : 3,796 Windows New 05 Oct 2014 #3 Hi there Thanks for Once you see windows desktop you can start the next computer. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/903267/en-us http://www.microsoft.com/... Jun 16, 2008 #19 tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 2,412 +109 insoman said: dont you need to set your user accounts with a password to do all this?Click to expand... navigate here
I tried turning off the firewall but I still can't access them. And was easy to change & test. I thought I had the solution but was tripped up the next day. You might have to fix the NetBIOS on each PC If you go under Connect To (show connections Right click on the NIC or wireless card Click on properties Click on see this
All of these services should be started, and their startup type should be automatic. All the PCs are using the same workgroup name. Under WINS tap make sure that NetBIOS is set to default. Now back on the XP computer when you double-click on the Vista machine, your prompted to log in.
Good luck Report Big Chief- Jul 24, 2009 at 07:35 AM I have been using your method to clear the sockets on my new Vista 64 home computer every morning when Added the IP and PC names to each hosts file. At the winsock prompt enter reset and press enter. Workgroup Is Not Accessible Windows Xp For example, I can't access the shared folders from my laptop to my desktop computer, but I can access the shared folders from my desktop to my laptop.
Nsda! Etexan Report Alicia- May 5, 2010 at 07:41 PM Superdave you are indeed SUPER!! It's been very annoying that the Linux systems can see everything, on any system, but the Windows systems can't even see each other, never mind anything else.....without a lot of messing https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/318030/you-cannot-access-shared-files-and-folders-or-browse-computers-in-the-workgroup-with-windows-xp Both computers are currently connected to the Internet, both have Internet and are in the same workgroup called "Home".
This should work for any Windows version. Windows 7 Cannot Access Shared Folder On Xp I followed you instructions carefully and got all computers in the same workgroup name and can see the Windows 7 machine from the XP machines, but still can't see the XP At the netsh prompt type winsock and press enter. certain adaptors work with certain operating systems and I seem to be missing the one that lets xp talk to vista.
Then this last one is vital - it stymies many people or they just plain forget about it or don't even know about it, (c) Uncheck the requirement for Printer-password access http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/windows-vista-cant-access-my-xp-pc-and-vice-versa.106422/ Write down the name that you see here because this is the printer name. Workgroup Computers Not Showing In Windows Xp Basically, it happens like this: Computer A tries to access the resource: "B, this is A. Can't See Xp Computer From Windows 7 Needless to say, THIS USED TO WORK!
Report babz- Jan 13, 2009 at 01:47 AM Hey, just another post to read but someone might pick up something. Report MARCELO- May 8, 2010 at 10:14 AM thank you so much! Does it find all of your computers? his comment is here Does this have any bearing on the problem with which we are all struggling?
I've tried using static IPs on both computers, but I still can't get through. How To Connect Windows Xp To Windows 7 Via Lan I may have missed some things when I skimmed through the thread so if you could please help fill in the blanks. Try a wired connection.
I forgot to mention that I'm using cable connection and not wireless. Vista has a different group policy than did XP. In XP by default the "network connection sharing" security option under local security policy is set to "guest". Windows 7 Cannot See Xp Computer On Network If problems, you should retest with all computer firewalls turned off.
Thanks, George. In doing this, it might take a minute or two to time out. Now create a new user name and password, you can also fill in the other fields if you want. weblink AFAIK Windows Home products are not able to act as servers, they may be only the clients.
I have attempted the hot fixes suggested, for XP SP3 users, and have run into a dead end, as the system declares that the updates are earlier than the service pack Tried everthing including removing McAffee firwall. Helpful +1 Report hempi23 Jul 11, 2009 at 01:07 AM I have an Xp64 and couldn't see any computer on the network, even with firewall (ICS service) disabled. i have what i think may be an important clue.
See from one, can't see from another. Note that some firewalls must be completely uninstalled to stop them from affecting your networking. ping works: C:\Documents and Settings\Mike>ping 188.8.131.52 Pinging 184.108.40.206 with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 220.127.116.11: bytes=32 time=724ms TTL=128 Reply from 18.104.22.168: bytes=32 time=8ms TTL=128 Reply from 22.214.171.124: bytes=32 time=8ms TTL=128 I don't even get the login/pswd.
How many network administrators there are supposed to be inb the world? Report Cornholio- Jul 1, 2010 at 08:31 PM Awesome, thank you! Getting the F&PS puzzle to work can sometimes be a challenge even when having a much more homogeneous set of variables to deal with. The McAfee on the Vista machine has been blocking the IP address.
The Computer Management screen opens up and you want to expand Local Users and Groups, then the Users folder. After making all the changes to the network settings, the Windows XP PC can access the shares on the Windows 10 PC And in this second section......where you say, "Turn of jasonhiner // November 30, 2016 7:02am PST 0 Corporate WER Server Collection rwines // 2 days ago 0 probable solution for adobe pdf document kangaroodle // 5 days ago 0 One What would you call a person who is obsessed with being "normal"?
Why would wireless act different than wired, when Xp works in both cases. do you mean security updates etc? I'm also able able to see my desktop vista PC from my dad's xp laptop but I'm not able to open my PC.