Log In or Register to post comments Please Log In or Register to post comments. Ping other computers on the network One other simple thing to do is to check whether you can even ping the other computers on the network. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Unlikely by MarkFlax Forum moderator / August 11, 2010 2:53 AM PDT In reply to: there wil be others People tend to 'pass make sure to select "share" printer on both computers. check over here
I continually get a message about contacting my network administrator. So very simple your not going to believe it. December 28, 2010 elderone1 I just re-discovered my post of April 12, 2010 and find that this common problem has still not been resolved, no matter how many forums I research. Decided to go wireless.
Some OS require you to download the printer drivers. I enjoy this feature. I tried a higher-gain antenna to increase the access point's range, but it offered little improvement. Lots of Google searching and reading.
How to share a file across computers? Can you tweak you're way around that one? Make sure that the switch you buy has enough ports for your existing network and any planned expansion. You Might Not Have Permission To Use This Network Resource This goes for mostly all the OS from 98 to XP.
Also I went through Dell since my printer is a Dell so you may want to unistall and install the printer drivers through your printers download webpage. How To Share Printer To Another Computer Windows 7 Any help would be much appreciated. Everything has been working great for internet, as well as file and print sharing. check that You just ask it to share and make sure you click on the "Allow other users to make changes" so that you can change the files on that folder from your
I was able to ping all of the computers. Error Code 0x80070035 PC1 cant see PC2, but PC2 can see PC1. Windows can't find a driver for HP Laserjet 1010 on the network. Cebo GloverOct 20, 2014, 3:13 AM dsl will always be wireless 06yfz450ridrOct 20, 2014, 3:19 AM Yes just saying but the twc can be used for both if its by your
lol jayney1961 says: 6 years ago Hi I have gone through everything you have sugested to try but I am still unable to see my computer or any other computer in http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1734012/connect-computers-file-sharing.html Select the standard you want to use and purchase appropriate equipment for all your computers. How To Share Files Between Vista And Windows 10 I don't have the slots for the additional drives. How To Access Another Computer On The Same Network Without Permission I can access the internet (although it is substantially slower than when I had vista) and the shared files on the base computer, but I cannot setup the printer.
I am using an AsusWL550ge router and an asus wl167g adapter on the wireless pc. http://visu3d.com/how-to/solved-how-do-i-limit-the-bandwidth-to-each-user-on-the-wireless-router.html Older printers are notorious for having issues with drivers that won’t work with Vista and or 7. You do, of course, HAVE to have an available Internet connection, such as through cable (aka cable modem). Problem is, when I switch the laptop from wired to wireless, I can still access the internet, but I cannot share files or printers anymore. How To Share Files Between Two Computers Using Wifi
You have to make the names the same to share files. In other words, it is easy to access and transfer files from desktop A to B, but not from B to A. select one of these printers and right click it for a test page you should know how to do this. this content This proposal process will be in two stages: an initial outline bid, of no more than 2 pages of A4, which will provide an overview of the main elements of the
I have a printer wired to the PC. Windows 10 Network Share Access Denied Use switches, rather than hubs. Right-click on Network and choose Properties.
Thanks. April 12, 2010 elderone1 The commentary gets close to the problem and answer, but here is my twist. More resources See also How to connect two computers with two wireless routers in two separate buildings ? Enter Network Credentials Windows 10 I could get a wireless connection in the guest bedroom directly above my office, but even though the access point was less than 10 feet from the notebook in the guest
However, having no firewall seems like a pretty bad idea. Netgear Tech Support rejected my question on whether there are any settings in the router which need to be configured for bridging, with 'your problem is not our problem, it is ping other computers ok file&printer sharing on. http://visu3d.com/how-to/solved-file-sharing-question-for-2-computers-sharing-dsl.html Any other suggestions?
I bought premade cables in the required lengths (inexpensive Cat5 cables are available in lengths up to 100 feet) and was able to string wire to all the desired locations on Leave a comment Helpful +0 Report Rick Mar 31, 2010 at 09:25 PM thank you, Leave a comment Helpful +0 Report dill Apr 2, 2010 at 02:09 AM for the printer Chris Pat says: 8 years ago After a virus attack I guess, my firewall was disabled and grayed out that I could not change the settings.My local area network was working Thanks in advance for your help.
To help you, I'll walk you through a typical home-networking scenario using examples from my home-networking experiences. My three printers are on one of the wired XP systems. The computers in the kitchen are on a 4-port 10/100 hub along with one of the wireless access points, making the hub the most congested connection on the network, but the Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions.
This folder is only useful if you drag the files to it, otherwise the rest of the folders will not be shared. I have two Vista and one XP systems hardwired to the router, and I have two XP laptops connecting via wireless WEP. My system is not wireless - I have Ethernet connection between the two computers and one of them is connected by USB to the printer. my main computer is wireless and my laptop is wireless capable but for some reason I cannot connect to the internet.
Spread the word =) Nitin says: 7 years ago Hi i tried above tutorial for networking but i can not network my computers. Please help if you can. They are both under workgroup called workgroup and IP and DNS are set to auto. You can ping another computer by going to Start, clicking on Run, and typing in CMD.
i.e., FTP = 21, SMTP = 25, Kerberos = 88… Not too sure what ports you'll need to open to allow network browsing via NetBIOS but a simple google should help Then go back and move the photos into the share folder then move them.