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C:\Windows Access is denied Did this screw up something else inside my Vista OS? Anyway, I followed your instructions, in the Security tab (only available in Vista, not XP) I selected "Edit", selected "Add..." then typed "Everyone" and gave "Everyone" Full control, Modify, Read & Jun 16, 2008 #19 tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 2,384 +105 insoman said: dont you need to set your user accounts with a password to do all this?Click to expand... Report Kelly from CA- Jan 10, 2010 08:58AM SuperDave, This worked like a charm! Source
If you're new to the TechRepublic Forums, please read our TechRepublic Forums FAQ. Get geeky trivia, fun facts, and much more. Good luck Report Big Chief- Jul 24, 2009 07:35AM I have been using your method to clear the sockets on my new Vista 64 home computer every morning when I come Reply With Quote 26th January 2010,18:03 #3 davidjones2649 Beginner Join Date Dec 2008 Location Pembrokeshire, UK Posts 12 The problem stays exactl the same with AVG and Avast.
The wireless router seems to have on ANT is that correct? If you want to share between Windows 7 and XP check out our article on how to share files and printers between Windows 7 and XP. by Peconet Tietokoneet · 6 years ago In reply to Why can't my Vista machin ... it's not the Vista machine that really has the problem since it can access the other XP SP3 machines just fine. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Username and password?...
- Here are some images of the error message when trying to view my desktop vista pc from my dad's laptop XP.
- As soon as I did that my problem was solved.
- The firewall treats it as a malicious attempt & blocks it, but doesn't tell you that's what it's doing!
- Clayton 09-26-2011, 01:30 PM #12 Fred Garvin Team Manager - Networking Moderator - Microsoft Support Join Date: Sep 2010 Location: RI Posts: 3,756 OS: XP Pro Hi
- March 16, 2011 Art Your complete guide to network windows 7 and xp is worthless.
- What happened?
- Also turn off Password Protected Sharing… Now go into the Vista Public folder, located in C:\Users\Public, and add what you want to share or create a new folder.
- I was going crazy trying to figure out why none of the remote computers would print...I followed the steps you outlined and we're back up and running!
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I've always been able to use my XP computer to view, copy and change files on my Vista... thank you Report Brian- May 17, 2013 10:23AM Saved me alot more frustration on this problem, Thank You! I never set up my XP to have password protection for sharing its files. He's been a tech blogger and journalist for the past seven years, and can be found on his about me page or Google+ Published 03/8/10 SHOW ARCHIVED READER COMMENTS (11) Comments
The other laptop (a Dell) can see none of the others. Next, shutdown all 3 computers. The XP (laptop) is wireless. March 31, 2011 Tom Easiest way to access window 7 computers from Win Xp.I am assuming that no computers are password protected and you are not keen on security.
Thank you! Fascinating. but that is one of the mysteries of Windows. I have all the file sharing and print sharing enabled.
Called something similiar but a bit different under Vista (don't recall it's Vista name) There's ALOT of things that might be involved if you need troubleshoot the problem into the Computer You're professional!!!!! Do you have any advice? Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.
my remaining error is that acces denied :D BTW its ok... this contact form Share Files and Folders Between Vista and XP Machines Sharing Between Windows 7 with Homegroup If you have one or more Windows 7 machine, sharing files and devices becomes extremely easy The problem is with the discovery on the vista laptop. My Vista can ping my XP.
The wireless router seems to have on ANT is that correct? Expand the name for the Averatec computer and see if you can access the TEST folder. How or what is needed to have this work for networking through windows 7 and XP? have a peek here I'm not able to see my dad's laptop even that his laptop is turned on.
MY 3 COMPUTERS: XP (wireless Averatec - no password) Vista (Inspiron - password) XP-Pro (Dimension - no password) ...Only the laptop (XP computer) is wireless. XP Computer: All file sharing is Simple file sharing and is supposed to be on. This works in conjuntion with Server 2008.
I have a boost program that turns it off, so I just start it up again and no problems.
It still can not. I Put \\name of computer\name of folder your sharing on xpI left everything else as they were including the user name This creates a drive when you go to my computer. Other recent topics Remote Administration For Windows. Click Ok.
I can print from one XP to the other, but not from Vista. My sister is the admin for her windows vista laptop, my father is the admin for his windows xp pro sp3 laptop and I'm also the admin for my windows vista Then select the other options to match my snapshot. http://dirsubmit.net/vista-cannot/vista-cannot-access-rundll32-exe.html It is STILL asking for a username and password. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - seems to be a security settings issue by [email protected] · 6 years ago In reply to Why
Did you activate the hidden Guest account on the Averatec as a test? At home, I even tried to "create a new port" when adding the printer to my Vista. If you go to Microsoft forum they will have you doing a clean reboot and running all kinds of goofy tests. My Vista can ping my XP.
Trying to do "net view \\C210" returns "System error 5 has occured. Just type in the username and password you just created. I got fed up with it when I bought a "storage router" that allows me to share USB drives and printers on the network without a PC hosting them.