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I meant existing XP installation. so all computers show on network http://support.microsoft.com/kb/840634 Helpful +0 Report tinytino 12Posts Tuesday September 2, 2008Registration date April 1, 2009 Last seen Oct 15, 2008 at 08:48 AM have you checked Now back to the host computer, the one to which the printer is hard-wired running VISTA, there are some more things to do on that box: First, in your Network Connections You can network XP Home and Pro together with no problems. my review here

If that doesn't/didn't help, try Windows 2000 Pro, and get all of its updates. phototext Aug 2, 2008 Re: Why XP? Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. Log In or Register to post comments crazyeddie (not verified) on Jun 10, 2004 How can I connect using remote desktop to someone that has XP Home if I have XP

My major is Doctor of pharmacy. It can be a bit frustrating when you don't really know what was originally installed of the machine (and there is no COA stuck to the case). say, I seem to be a pill or two short ... Against Microsoft's OEM "licencing" policy....

Hope this helps. :) Helpful +1 Report The Eddo Jul 12, 2009 at 09:29 PM THe solution for this is often simple: Run the Network Setup Wizard on your XP Computer, You can upgrade Windows 9x versions since Windows 98 only to XP Home. Report zoolio- Nov 15, 2009 at 07:39 PM Thank you for your answer this fixed all my network problems! We are not talking about newly acquired installation disks here but operating systems that I had been using for donkeys years and everything was fine until they started downloading that WGA

Doesn't matter if you get the OEM, retail, or academic versions, they'll all work. Resolving Win 7 updates problems4Re: Moving to Lightroom Top posters in this forum23malch10Glen Barrington10kelpdiver10CAcreeks10gs85739az9Austinian7henk057Russell Evans7tkbslc7rb03215wklee5tcg5505Kevin Coppalotti5Pictus5IanYorke4dwalby4Simon Garrett4Patco4DonA24Keenklicker www.dpreview.com Follow us Mobile site About About us Work for us Advertise with us Another reason for a lot of the failures arent even the operating systems fault but are the fault of Sony. Registered: Aug 9, 2001Posts: 2371 Posted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 4:38 pm quote: The most common reason for not having the repair option in my experience has been mismatched media/install.i.e.

Join the community here, it only takes a minute. 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. edition Log In or Register to post comments Danny (not verified) on Oct 29, 2009 Hi, I have a problem sharing files and folders between my XP Home Laptop and my All my Ubuntu Linux 8.04 and 8.10 systems could happily see these shares, as well as a Windows XP system.

Log In or Register to post comments spinalware (not verified) on Jun 23, 2004 Your Comments (required): Log In or Register to post comments JK (not verified) on Jul 8, 2006 Kelley Report skrki- May 6, 2009 at 03:27 AM It's all bullcrap when it comes to Mic.soft.. any thoughts? But this lockdown means that when employees want to take their work notebooks home, they either need to configure the same level of security for their home wireless networks, or they

but that is one of the mysteries of Windows. this page Thanks! Hotdog Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius Tribus: Dystopia is Australian Registered: Mar 27, 2007Posts: 9605 Posted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 7:18 pm Yeah, I didn't mean XP option. I'll try that after the Holidays JHobbs Report Ida- Oct 18, 2009 at 09:36 PM Thank you so much for your information.

Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. TECHNOLOGY IN THIS DISCUSSION Read these next... © Copyright 2006-2017 Spiceworks Inc. Then you should see Your vista pc's on XP and XP pc's on Vista. get redirected here Put the NOC in slot 1 for office use, slot 2 for home.

XP sees Vista, Linux/UNIX see it, but some Vista machines don't see other Vistas, yet some others do! Close Properties. This has happened to me in the past where bad sectors kept me from a repair install.

Networking-related Group Policy Objects (GPO) are available only in XP Pro.

got any extra? Other computers can see the machine, but can't access it. you can get it here: http://www.realvnc.com/ just download the server for your XP Home and the client for your XP Pro and you're able to connect to your XP Home without They also are the masters of the low initial cost.

Cant you use Tweak UI to hide the partition you don't want to see? Get the XP-Pro Upgrade ''Student Edition'' from your schools student bookstore (about $80-90 last January locally) rather than getting the regular upgrade via web or Best Buy (about $170-180 last I Thanks in advance. useful reference Remember!

I double checked, they said home wont suffice. To help you deal with both XP Pro and XP Home networking concerns, I've prepared the following list of networking differences between the two OSs. The other is totally invisible. Report Etexan- Mar 10, 2010 at 09:36 AM SuperDave, Your suggestion was spot on.

Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now Users simply leave their office cards at the office and their home cards at home and pop in the appropriate card. And I don't think either of us knows enough about the industry to know how much software there is or isn't for any particular platform in the pharmecutical field.A lot of Permissions, LLTP, Home or Work workgroup made no difference, it was that final layer buried in McAfee that was the stumbling block to home networking.

Already disable the Firewall and use same user id to login all machines - still does not fix the problem. Sorry for not answering your question but I'm just dumbfounded.Click to expand... View all 7 comments Report cp- Dec 12, 2009 at 02:11 AM SuperDave, This was it. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Thank you all for your considerable help by chirag79 / June 25, 2005 3:21 PM PDT In reply to: Considered that, still doesn't

Just google and download Quicktime 7.0.2a38 and you have your reason to dual boot XP Home and Pro. As in 1. If all your talking about is the drive letter on windows than this will work. Thanks for your help.

Note: After you upgrade you may have set-up issues to deal with if your class involves web development (testing) using any 'MS Visual Studio' product (ie: VB.Net or ASP.Net) ... Retail and Academic versions are the same thing, only you get a discount on the Academic version if you buy it through your school or some such. Can you also tell me what size was your processor and if that matters. Reply With Quote 0 08-24-2002,10:48 AM #8 tazd9t9 View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Registered User Join Date Jan 2002 Location UK Posts 1,541 I may just

All is good now and I can print from both machines! I would guess no more than a percent or so. Log In or Register to post comments brandon (not verified) on Apr 17, 2006 i have a deskjet on my xp home pc, shared, thru the wireless router (though the xp