Thank you! up vote 12 down vote favorite 2 I am trying to share my USB printer on my main desktop machine to the network so that anyone on my network can access OK >>10. When I double-click on it, it says windows cannot access the computer. this contact form
Counter-intuitive was quite a diplomatic way of putting it. Make sure the name is something simple with no spaces then click Ok. I knew it was permissions somewhere but didn't have a clue where to look.Anyway, thanks for the fix, a good workaround to allow 32 bit Vista clients to print to shared I clicked on allow this ip address to my desktop.
I get to step 7 and insert my disc as directed. Most appreciated. Help Desk Geek Search Menu Windows Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP Reviews Software Tools Products Tips How-To Help Desk MS Office Linux Other Networking Virtualization Databases Search site
FIRST try! :) Jennifer says: 7 years ago Oh my GOSH thank you! Thanks, Bill mxper18 says: 6 years ago SUPER THANKS! do i have to install the printer software in windows 7 machine also.please help me by posting the answer to this query. How To Share A Printer In Windows 7 To Xp Mode Thanks again for your hard work at setting up these instructions.
I have been able to install the printer (I have tried as both a local and a network) but I am unabke to access it. How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 64 Bit but I don't believe it to be the source of my problem. I can't find the option for enable bidirectional communciation. http://www.vistax64.com/vista-print-fax-scan/85385-unable-print-xp-shared-printer-vista-standard-acco.html Select “other” then click “next” 7.
top Connecting to the host Windows 7 shared HP LaserJet printer from a Windows 7 client PC Go to the Windows 7 client PC and click Start\Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\Devices and How To Connect Windows 10 To Printer Connected To Windows Xp Can't find your answer ? Counter-intuitive YES! Mark Seamone says: 6 years ago This is very exciting to see that I may actually be able to print but I seem to have a problem with the fact that
In the Printers and Faxes window right-click on the printer to share and select Sharing. https://www.winability.com/windows-cannot-connect-to-the-printer-access-is-denied/ You're awesome. How To Share Printer In Windows Xp To Windows 7 more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Printer Sharing Windows 10 To Windows Xp NOTE: If Windows User Access Control is disabled on the Vista PC, the user will not see this message.
nitishgarg says: 6 years ago Hello. weblink Cheers NDMH says: 6 years ago Thanks very much - it's worked again!!! Thanks a lot! MaskFD says: June 30, 2016 at 12:45 pm Thank you for your kind help ^_^ Worked great with me. Sharing Between Xp And Windows 10
Isn't D'Alembert's wave equation enough to see that Galilean transformations are wrong? The Acer does not find the printers. sjgk4h says: 6 years ago Thanks. http://wpquickadminthemes.com/windows-xp/unable-to-log-in-to-xp.html However, when I try to actually send a print request to the printer I get an error message: "Spooler SubSystem App has encountered a problem and needs to close" The only
All the 'Properties' etc, including ink levels appeared installed in Win 7, exactly as though the laptop were the host computer and the printer (Epson Stylus CX 3600) had been installed Connecting To The Host Windows Xp Shared Hp Laserjet Printer From A Windows 7 Client Pc Not sure why the process is, like you said, so counter-intuitive? Be Blessed.
It is working. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I tried hooking the printer up locally to the Win 7 laptop and it works fine. Windows 10 Printer Sharing Access Denied In our case, the computer name of the Windows 10 laptop was laptop, and we had previously set up the shared name of the printer as EpsonR200 (see Step 1 above),
I am very surprised that tech support (or lack of tech support) from Canon is not aware of how to do this. 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 When I connect the printer directly to the laptop, it automatically installs a driver and the printer works. http://wpquickadminthemes.com/windows-xp/unable-to-run-xp-sp3-from-cd.html Thanks!
I did each step as I read your instructions and when I got to the last line I was printer sharing. i really need your help. I can now print from my Windows 7 laptop again. And the two versions do not play nice together, especially with one being 32-bit and the other being 64-bit.
I have spent days reading articles and forums while trying to run my business as well. A dialogue box will appear asking for you to enter a port name. Good job! melonhead, Feb 5, 2007 #2 melonhead Thread Starter Joined: May 6, 2002 Messages: 881 Oops!
Thanks a lot! cesarV says: 6 years ago Hey man…thank you…it worked perfectly. Rob707 says: 6 years ago These instructions worked for me. I wish I knew which update caused the issue and how to work around it...
It had been Kodak 5300 AiO. use the "Local Port" option6.