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Is their easy steps to doing this? While I was contemplating this task, I suddenly remembered an old Windows for Workgroups (WFW) 3.11 trick: Simply reenter the user's password on the computer that holds the shares. I have tried everything that I can think of to remedy this problem to no avail. It is you, who should work at ms support... weblink

I even tried to install the W2K NetBEUI on the XP, but remvoved it when it didn’t help.I have ‘File and Printer Sharing’, Client for MS networking, and TCP/IP enabled on Win 98 SE hasn't been supported for over 4 years now. Create simular username & password on different machines and you can access resources also without having trusts between domains this will work. Typed the password for the account created on XP machine in other to have access to shared resources without success. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/resolved-networking-winxp-2k-98.62005/

Windows 98 Connect To Network Share

Maybe I can add things a little at a time and check the network in between. Win NT changed that since you needed an account on the machine to be about to "login" and access the desktop. Windows Server 2012 / 2008 / 2003 & Windows 8 / 7 networking resource site By subscribing to our newsletters you agree to the terms of our privacy policy Featured Product One is a laptop with Win98SE and the other is a desktop with Windows XP.

solved Difference Between AV and AC & Powerline Networking Kit Recommendation wireless networking between two laptops are damn slow... Mark Solved Thread Status: Not open for further replies. That told me that something was triggering a huge amount of purely local (not Internet) activity when I tried to launch certain apps.I eventually traced it to the local network's "lmhosts Windows 2000 Cannot Connect To Windows 7 Share Do post such nice articles.

I won't forget this one. Back to top #17 OFFLINE Scot Scot Administrator Forum Admins 2,015 posts Posted 21 April 2003 - 10:48 AM Hey, scottf200:First, you're right IPX/SPX with NetBIOS (or NWLink) has been Ideas? 8 My Windows 2000 domain controller (DC) shut down in a power outage. http://windowsitpro.com/windows-xp/fixing-windows-98-windows-xp-logon-problems Advertisement Related ArticlesFixing Windows 98 to Windows XP Logon Problems 43 An IEAK Compatibility Problem; An MSCS 1.0 Bug Fix 2 An IEAK Compatibility Problem; An MSCS 1.0 Bug Fix 2

Please e-mail me at [email protected]?subject=FWD-Kris Anderson Thanks, Kris Anderson Zee-Way Services Zee-Way, Dec 17, 2001 #2 chewie1012 Guest Thread Starter Kris I fixed it by installing nwlink ipx spx and Windows 98 Network Share Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on May 25, 2005 Thanks OP for the nice post. Try setting it to yes (if it is no), restart the smbd service and give it a try When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the One says that you can setup a homegroup that can be accessed by different versions of windows at http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/networking-home-computers-running-different-windows#networking-home-computers-running-different-windows=windows-7 (it lists 7, vista, and xp pro and another comment says this

Access Windows 7 Share From Windows 98

By the way, Windows ME in particular has this problem, especially in a mixed environment with 2K or XP.-- Scot Scot Finnie, Editor in Chief, Computerworld; Figure Head, Scot's Newsletter Back http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles-tutorials/windows-9598me/wxpwin9x.html I reentered the Win98 user's nonexpiring password in the Win98 user's account on the XP computer. Windows 98 Connect To Network Share So, I guess I would advise to disable the password protection. (It is a cool idea.)A couple of other thoughts. Windows 2000 Cannot Access Shared Folder Oh well....Allen A man may smile and bid you hailYet wish you to the devil;But when a good dog wags his tail,You know he's on the level.--author unknown Back to top

However, my ZoneAlarm icon simultaneously was showing *no* activity at all. have a peek at these guys I have always had them setup with out passwords and full read/write access to one another. Hot Scripts offers tens of thousands of scripts you can use. Of course for certain other tasks it is slower, but wow. Windows 7 Cannot Access Windows 98 Share

Thanks Log In or Register to post comments Mauricio Ortega (not verified) on Feb 14, 2004 You are my hero of the day (You must excuse my writen english becasue i Seems like XP is sooooooooooooo fussy about what programs you have installed and, to me, it is Super slow. I have been fighting this problem for 2 weekends and in desparation turned to Google. check over here Newsletter Subscription By subscribing to our newsletters you agree to the terms of our privacy policy Never miss an article by subscribing to our newsletter!

I have had nothing but problems with this OS on a Dell P4 2gig since day one. Windows 7 Connect To Windows 2000 Share Why?...One thing has change on win03,I connected it to the internet then I syncro the clock...?? I may have mentioned this issue earlier in this thread, in fact.Thanks for the post!-- Scot"Disable LMHOST lookup."Sure worked for me.Hopefully it helps others.You are very welcome for the post.I like

Back to top #22 OFFLINE scottf200 scottf200 New Kid Members 2 posts Posted 14 May 2003 - 12:46 AM Scot, on Apr 21 2003, 09:48 AM, said:I also believe there's

Restart the Samba server 3. It's not like I am running these systems on a highly public corporate computer server. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Windows 2000 Cannot Access Windows 7 Share Then I created accounts (same names, same passwords) for the users on my Win98 PCs on the XP box.

I can see and browse all except that I cannot browse (I can see...sometimes) one wireless from the other. I am using this (knowingly) old computer as an MP3 jukebox for my girlfriend so anything higher than 98 is overkill. Join our site today to ask your question. this content After that everyone could see each other's shares Win98 <-> Win98SE <-> WinXP.

The only thing is, as per a suggestion in PCWorld. Disable LMHOST lookup.QuoteReader "Robert" wrote about a problem he encountered on a peer-network setup he had with an XP machine:While using the Win XP machine - If I use windows explorer One machine with Win98SE5. Log In or Register to post comments hans straat (not verified) on Apr 6, 2004 This is also known in the field as Hopping(dutch term).