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Win xp -> network connections (menu) advanced. I uninstalled WHS Connector software from the client computer. I also had to restart beacuse chkdskcouldn't lock the volume. After a few weeks it failed again so it went back and I moved on.Be sure the SSID is not hidden as well.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - http://midsolutions.org/xp-pro/xp-pro-printer-problem.html

Sunday, January 31, 2010 4:00 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote You might try turning off the Power Management for the Network Interface on the client PC. Uninstalled and re-installed all the printer drivers - now it will only work via usb. Can't Print To Network Printer I just upgraded my desktop and laptop to windows 7 a week ago. Any, any help would be appriciated!

Some of my systems can use it reliably - other systems I can't open it to save my life. Irv S. If anyone could give me some advice about the best way to set up a new workgroup (or reconnect to our old one) and get my new printer working i would Or should i just discard the linksys print server and buy a more suitable product? Posted On: 2010-03-25 .

user stuck on a temporary user profile.  check c:\users\ for a temp folder not in users name.  Backup user profile w Windows 7 easy transfer. Have you tried testing a laptop?Mike 0Votes Share Flag Back to Networks Forum 23 total posts (Page 1 of 3)   01 | 02 | 03   Next Search Related Forums If so, you have a conflict for the LAN IP Address. I have to reboot.

ImExpendable Networking Support 1 07-18-2013 12:36 AM Please Help, Internet Randomly Disconnecting! My 3 windows 7 x64 machines are loosing the network share folder periodically. Also, when I do>> reboot, it takes anywhere from 3-5 minutes to come to the desktop after>> typing in the password.>> Any ideas?? ABOUT About Us Contact Us Discussion Forum Advertising Privacy Policy GET ARTICLES BY EMAIL Enter your email address to get our daily newsletter.

Any ideas would be appreciated. Bill McMinn Tuesday, April 20, 2010 12:17 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote It depends on if you use it or not. After rebooting, I have access again. May 18, 2016 at 6:21 UTC 1st Post We have a handful of users who were experiencing this issue as well.

I am using 1 lpt and the usb. New Surface Book loses removable screen and Sony patents wireless charging EVENT 22 MAR How to effectively prevent and recover from ransomware Mar 22, 2017 at 6:00 UTC Webinar Win a There is no error message, the application just hangs. Snap!

Posted On: 2010-08-05 . TechRepublic | Forums | Networks Networks Register Now or Log In to post Welcome back, My Profile Log Out Recent Activity FAQs Guidelines Question 0 Votes Locked Windows XP Pro randomly Again, once it happens I can't log off. View Related Posts . .

More often than not when i power on my wireless laptop i am not connected to my network. I hope this helps. In answer to your question all five mapped drives to one server fail (one mapped drive to another machine stays active). @Victor - this is a desktop machine (not a laptop), useful reference The other two are both Win7 machines, and exhibit exactly as has been described above...

Hopefully, ONE of those above will work... Voila. I'm not using AD, and even more strange, it is NOT happening on my new Dell 820 notebook, which is also running XP and is a wired connection.

Any suggestions on where to correct my issues with printing?I almost forgot, i searched this forum for help with the key word p2u1p and found "http://social.

Thursday, April 01, 2010 10:35 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I am having the same issue. By the way, Windows 7 comes with a virtual NIC (Virtual WiFi Miniport Adapter) that gets enables along with any other NIC you enable. As mentioned above, however, machines attached to the server via a mapped network drive can still access the server. I can ping the server, and remote desktop into the server (and open the shared folders that way).

I am not a very 'techie' person. I never turn the PCs off, just the monitors at night.Most every morning, after all night of no activity, when I try to access thedomain drives, it cannot find them. Curiously, when the server loses connection, restarting (no power cycle) fixes the problem. this page well, that was yesterday and until now both internet connections are OK; laptop connection is regular and constant.

Suffering hang ups connecting wirelessley and wired. The NICS are all brand new. I have tried many things, including adding machine names and IP addresses to the hosts files on the laptop, desktop, and server. I have tried disableing this virtual adapter, and have made the same setting changes as I did for the other NICs on the network.