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Win XP Home & Win 98 ?



 
 
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Old July 14th 03, 10:51 PM posted to comp.os.ms-windows.networking.tcp-ip,microsoft.public.word.setupnetworking,uk.comp.home-networking
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Default Win XP Home & Win 98 ?

Try uninstaling and reinstalling driver if it still causes troubles. Try
using the right driver on bothe computers IE win 98 on Win 98 computer and
win XP printer driver on XP printer. Hope it helps...
"Steve" wrote in message
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One thing I have come across ... especially with USB printers is that if

you
have disconnected the printer since you have setup the share the printer

can
automatically reinstall using a different port but the share is still

setup
to use the original port

definately something to check!!

Steve



"Neil" wrote in message
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[networking] win 98 and XP Home?
OK, here's my scenario.

I have a Laptop with XP home

And a Desktop with Win98

I want the laptop to be able to use the printer which is attached to the
desktop computer (lexmark z65), and share the internet (whici is a cable
modem attached to the dektop)

So, i bought a network cable(crosswired), and ethernet card for the

desktop,
installed it, and used the winxp home/small office network, and created

a
network setup disk, and run this on the desktop machine.

Everything seemed to be fine, i can share folders, i can see, and

install
the printer - but the printer is not operational, i just get a message
saying its not able to operate.

I can print from the desktop though. The desktop is set up to share

files
and printers.

Also, i am unable to share the internet connection, im unsure how to

enable
this.

I have ran the troubleshooting wixard on the xp laptop, and it can't

find
a
solution, as to why i cant communicate with the printer from the laptop.

Can anyone help









 




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