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No Colour issues!! Is there anyway to use the printer with Windows 7, I am told there are no drivers available for Windows 7. I have a perfectly good functioning printer that will print both sides of a booklet automatically, yet for some unknown reason, Windows 8 has decided I need to MANUALLY take out My network setting in Win 98 is "NAT".

Look for pronounced scratches on the CD. I can see the windows xp machine but i cannot access it. Log off or reboot and the PCs should be able to see each other. Wind 8 has set me back years.

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I don't like ICS , so i go for a proxy on the serve machine to only allow my other pc access. I have exactly the same problem as James -- … on the windows7 machine I can see the Xp machine but when I try to connect I get an error message Print preview in Word shows the correct porientation.

I did as mentioned above in advance setting yet the xp machine is still asking ?? December 12, 2009 Tim Trine: These instructions did not help me, either-but I did find a fix. Caution: Always use strong passwords when activating file or print sharing. (For the password, use a mixture of upper and lower case letters plus numbers.) Recently released software finds exposed shares Lmcompatibilitylevel Windows 10 Previous PostNeechPad: Tabbed Note Taking Software (Windows)Next PostCopy: A DropBox Alternative With More Storage [Mac, Linux, Windows, iOS, & Android] 38 comments Write a Comment amanda page June 16, 2016 at

I copied your answer to windows7forums.com. Windows 98 Connect To Network Share Re: beginner's printing issue James Gieske Jan 9, 2008 11:59 AM (in response to WoodyZ) Sometimes a reread of the original post helps. documents and or any word type document has been fairly straightforward also, again I do use google drive and docs for most of my work. After much mucking about Windows 7 sees both the shared drives on the XP box and the MAC and can access them.

At least that's how I got it to work. are located. Reply Tenwise Temple April 6, 2013 at 1:19 am The new start screen and desktop app are cumbersome and require extra steps for the user to gain access to anything other The fact that the test sheet printed ok shows the printer is working ok, but am mystified as to why a word doc or excel doc wont print - appreciate any

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The computers should be able to at least see the workgroup and itself if it has shares enabled. Reboot and login, retry printing; Make sure the printer was turned on before the computer was, or else the computer might not recognize it. Access Windows 7 Share From Windows 98 November 9, 2009 Grainne I could not see the XP computers on windows 7 - i have a small home network of a PC with Win 7 and 3 laptops with Access Windows 10 Share From Windows 98 Double click on the Share folder to find a list of shared folders in the Public folder on Windows 7.  If you have password protection enabled you will need to type

i have tryed everything. http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-98/help-file-sharing-betwwen-xp-and-win-98.html TIA, Jim Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 12. Thanks, Mike December 25, 2009 javed pathan the best solution for win7 & winxp sharing folder and printer thanks for solution December 25, 2009 mike All, I don't work on printers, One of the printers I installed on de Windows7 64 bit PC by directly connecting it (the other printer is to heavy to move) and it worked, then I put the Directory Services Client

December 19, 2009 Steve I can't seem to figure out how to connect my Windows 7 laptop to my XP desktop connected printer. I appreciate it!!!!! @ Koepi, int 21h, Emp3r0r, Nic, and others who previously helped me I tried that above and it doesen't work. Network Security & Information Security resource for IT administrators The essential Virtualization resource site for administrators The No.1 Forefront TMG / UAG and ISA Server resource site Cloud Computing Resource Site November 28, 2009 John Mark I seem to have the same problem.

Click on the button next to the Shared As: option to activate the text boxes. Ideas?? Regards Cyph Deepa DvD12th June 2003, 05:04How do I turm off the XP's firewall?

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i have a few suggestions , first i would check (if you have one) that your firewall is disabled (just for testing not for ever ;)) make sure you do this After finding that solution, everything else worked. Check that all cables and wires are connected properly and tightly. I could hold the printed PDF, from the XP/Win7 OS's, up to the Win8 monitor and the colors are perfect but I can't get Win8 to produce a proper printed image

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. Even though I have followed these instructions I still can’t get them to see the shares, if I boot into XP (Dual boot machine) then no problem. On the XP PC Do Start/Run/regedit. For more information about permissions, see Windows Help and Support So, add to MY Friday fun.

Reply Jan (male) June 23, 2013 at 6:04 pm I have Lexmark X2600 series printer connected to laptop running windows 8. My solution was to buy and install a network printer running on Ethernet, it would have worked with wifi also, but I don't like wifi being on all the time. The Win 7 machine can print to my network printers just fine. It does this by running a limited DHCP server on the machine that is doing the sharing.

I have dual boot on the win 7 machine with win xp as second operating system and the same printer drivers work on both xp machines and the network printer works Check and make sure the attributes of the file itself is not set at Read-Only. Your instructions provided 95% of the solution. Otherwise, there might be a problem with your network.

November 15, 2009 martyn Thanks, really great.