File & Device Shareing Between Windows XP & Windows 7 Updated on November 30, 2014 By Windows Guy 25 Comments techsonsite.co.uk Simple Folder and Device sharing between Windows XP and Windows 7. By Windows Guy 25 Comments gsrini November 30, 2014 simple and works well between my xp and Windows 8.. by far the best video in this topic.. thanks DONKEY MONKEY November 30, 2014 what about sharing an win 7 folder ? Vegetable Police November 30, 2014 You didn’t even tell us how to get both computers on the same network… That’s what I’m trying to figure out lol. A5H107 November 30, 2014 are the xp pc and w7 laptop connected using a lan cable? Jacob Hill November 30, 2014 Been trying to find out how to move my music over for almost a year now with hundreds of videos watched. This is the first one i found that worked! Robert Cece November 30, 2014 Awesome, this works beautifully. Thank you! Ibrahim Daruwala November 30, 2014 Hi Sir I have one problem I want a Solution for it Q- How to add And Access local SHared printer & Drives from windows 8.1 to XP -2 In an office there are 6 PC with windows XP and one pc has windows 8.1 Installed on it, all are on same network. The windows 8.1 has the hp LaserJet M1005MFP Installed on it and I want to share or add it to windows XP PC Users So that They Can Give Print. How to add the Printer In Xp From Windows 8 1- Also How to Share Drive From Windows 8.1 SO xp Users Can Access Them All PC HAVE DYNAMIC IP DHCP Hoping For A solution From U Please make a video Sir Thank Tou ivor nappinion December 1, 2014 I have just done this,moved music-pics-vids even 200+SONGS off windows media player.THANKS VERY MUCH drdan0071 December 1, 2014 my computer doesn’t show up Yatin Khandelwal December 1, 2014 as soon as i click on the name of xp pc under network… it is asking for username and password.. what to do??? Sam Evans December 1, 2014 as easy as this THANK YOU so much, MUCH HELP prence1725 December 1, 2014 u did not explain the ip address or the type of connection. example wire or cable Murray Buchanan December 1, 2014 I can’t view my shared XP folders on the target laptop. It is running Windows 7 Home Basic and registers that it has been connected to an “Unidentified Network” in the toolbar on the bottom right of the screen. However, under Computer >Network, it does not pick up the XP computer. I know that the Windows 7 laptop is normally shared in a different network but I wouldn’t think that this would cause a problem. Do you have any solutions? Thanks gottathinkupanewone December 1, 2014 Remember that all shared computers must be in the same workgroup. I noticed that the XPPC computer in this demo was in a workgroup called “WORKGROUP.” While that’s the default group name in Windows 7, the default group name in Windows XP is “MSHOME.” So be sure to check on both machines. Also, Windows 7 will not allow you to share the root drive, as Windows XP will. If you have an external hard drive on Windows 7 and want your XP computer to have full access to all files, create a master folder on the external drive, then put everything else on the drive inside it and share the folder. Your XP machine(s) will be able to see, read, and access the master folder, even if the root drive is not accessible. apgvideo samples December 1, 2014 Thanks great help Arul Murugan M December 1, 2014 james blackwell December 1, 2014 so one of my computers display was turned off. the monitor was uninstalled or something close to it. can i use this method to get into the display settings of the other computer using a 2nd computer? Matthew Butler December 1, 2014 Is this ‘Peer to Peer’ networking? If not, how would I do that? chintada pradeep December 1, 2014 Thanks for your info…..i was just searching for a good tutorial …here it is!!!! sof david December 1, 2014 Thank you for the video. Could you show us the opposite from 7 to Xp. thank you Pamela DeLomba December 1, 2014 Thank my god I still hear a well your good but PC talk is another language I messed my xp n 7.0 xp desk top n 7.0 laptop n I know i messed with files n cookies n should of never toched but to late now both wont let me play there r saying internet Explorer will not let you go to facebook goggle I am paying for Internet for 2 laptops 1 a yearold idk n 2 I messed with tring to get a lilttle faster n 1 desktop 1 is a year old laptop 6 hundred dollars last feb we had a snowstorm the other is a 3 year old hp laptop n a 2 year old desk top emachine n the year old one is a sony vios n that is I am worried it just a simple ajustment n I have someone takefull advantage n try n $$$$$$$ take me for what little I have sry I ever touch a file or tried to clean cookies or downloaded a protection I think I blocked protected them from myself it,s like a tangle n I kept trying to get out n I wish I was blessed what you know about Laptops n PC Take care wish me enough luck see 5 year,s ago my daughter had a problem with her laptop took it to a place 3 hundred to fix well it was her 1st laptop hp 7.0 very nice I paid 4 hundred well 1 month for some reason I pluged it in n the darn thing worked as new it came back to life what happen was my daughter spilled ice tea n she did not tell me but it fixed it self n the place needing 3 hundred y did I have dummy stamped on my head yes I did I need to look no even if I read pc for dummy,s I would not understand I can or TN know more about a car then a PC in New England Snow Storm with my samsung tablet 7.0 miss my PC,s GTA FOR LIFE December 1, 2014 man there is no easier way of explaining you’re good. Xenophlanes Tehsk December 1, 2014 thank you so much. so simple and straight forward! Stephen Hale December 1, 2014 Nice and easy thanks Mohd Ashrul Abdul Malek December 1, 2014 nice video tutorial..can i know, what program you use to make this video.i mean software recoder you use..can zoom in zoom out.. Comments are closed.