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Solved: No more windows file sharing after windows 2000 computer networked!?

Q: Solved: No more windows file sharing after windows 2000 computer networked!?

Ok I had to put windows 2000 on my moms PC, which is part of a network, and now EVERY computer on the Network sees an "Internet Gateway". WHY???? The only computer that can see shared files is my moms with the windows 2000. theres 3 more computers all running windows xp. how do i fix this? File sharing is now available, but I myself believe the internet is being slowed down. THe Internet gateway that windows XP is picking up is reading 8.0 mbps. My connection has gotten as high as like almost 2, but it should not read that.

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A: Solved: No more windows file sharing after windows 2000 computer networked!?

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Hello, and Thank-you in advance for any help.

I have Win 2000 Pro installed on 2 machines, working fine. The wi-fi's are all working in reguards to getting on the internet. We have a practice billing and scheduling on the host PC, and do not have the disks, so can not be copied onto other PCs. What would I need to set it up as a server. Having purchased an existing practice, money is an issue. So, even simple file sharing could work, but would it be secure enough for patient info?
I would appreciate any tech steps to setting up either options. Again, thank-you. Emy
 

A:Solved: File Sharing Windows 2000 or Server?

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Hi I share internet with several other people in my house, and have two computers of my own connected over wifi with DHCP. My problem is that I want these two computers to share files and a printer, but I don't want the other network comps to have access to my data. I assigned them a workgroup name and everything but the other comps all show up in my network places. Is there a way to keep my info private? One of my roommates is a computer genius and I don't like the idea that he could get into my computers. Can you guys help me? By the way, I don't have access to the router. Thanks.
 

A:Solved: File and printer sharing with only one networked PC

With Vista and Password Protected Sharing On or with XP Pro using Advanced File Sharing set up the permissions to permit only your user account(s).

Else use a non-Windows firewall that can limit access to specified MAC Address(es) or specified computer(s).
 

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I have a new laptop which is running Windows 7 Home Premium edition. I want to setup file sharing with my Windows 2000 SP4. OK I did have my Windows 2000 setup with my XP laptop successfully then for some reason it just stopped working. Well I just reinstalled Client for Microsoft Network and it now will share files with my Windows Vista laptop no problem. And the Windows Vista shares files with my Windows 7. But if I try to connect to windows 7 from windows 2000 I can see it but when I try and connect it crashes saying memory at 0x0000000 couldn't read at 0x000000 or something like that. And I can't even see my windows 2000 pc from windows 7 anymore. I could at one time but it would never connect.

Is it possible to connect Windows 2000 to Windows 7? I'm sure it is. If anymore info is needed just ask. Just weird that the Vista box will share with both machines but the windows 2K will not connect to Win 7 or vice versa.

Thanks in advance
Jack

A:File sharing windows 2000 with Windows 7

  
Quote: Originally Posted by jadkins


I have a new laptop which is running Windows 7 Home Premium edition. I want to setup file sharing with my Windows 2000 SP4. OK I did have my Windows 2000 setup with my XP laptop successfully then for some reason it just stopped working. Well I just reinstalled Client for Microsoft Network and it now will share files with my Windows Vista laptop no problem. And the Windows Vista shares files with my Windows 7. But if I try to connect to windows 7 from windows 2000 I can see it but when I try and connect it crashes saying memory at 0x0000000 couldn't read at 0x000000 or something like that. And I can't even see my windows 2000 pc from windows 7 anymore. I could at one time but it would never connect.

Is it possible to connect Windows 2000 to Windows 7? I'm sure it is. If anymore info is needed just ask. Just weird that the Vista box will share with both machines but the windows 2K will not connect to Win 7 or vice versa.

Thanks in advance
Jack


As far as I know, Jack, the only way to do get this to work correctly would be to map a network drive. That's what I would do. Create a folder on the Windows 7 and 2000 machines that you want to use for sharing. I'm sure there's a post here somewhere about it already but I'm too new to know where it might be.

Any help referencing that post?

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I just got a new Dell Precision 530 and I want to upload all of the files off of my old Sony Vaio via a crossover cable. How do i do that?

I hooked them together via the Xover cable and was able to find my Vaio and login to it but the only thing I see is "Printers" and "Scheduled Tasks".

I have never done anything like this so I need some direction. Is this a major pain and will it screw up my normal internet connection?

Any input would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
 

A:Windows 2000 file sharing via crossover cable

If anybody was looking into this thanks but i figured it out.

I had everything functioning properly and had marked the C drive as shared but for some reason it wasnt sharing it. I had to go into the C drive and share the individual folders that I wanted. Then it worked fine.

Thanks,
 

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When the Windows 2000 PC dials into a Domain,
the Windows 98 & 95 are asked for a password when trying to access files on the Win2000. I can supply the Users domain password and everything works fine.

However, when the Windows 2000 PC is not dialed into a domain, the Win98 & Win95 PC's receive "\\Ashtec is not accessable. No permission to access resource".

What do I have to do to either the Win2000 or Win98 & 95 PC to access the Win2000 files, while not on a domain?
 

A:{Advice Offered} - Windows 2000 File Sharing

You must add the User accounts on the Windows 2000 machine and assign them permissions.
 

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I have a small network that consist's of one 5 port hub connectiong 2 workstations one windows/98 one windows/ME. I added a new workstation(number 3) with Windows 2000/pro. I want filesharing throughout. I can get to all shared folders from the Windows 2000. But when I try to access the files on the windows2000 workstation from the other workstations(windows98 or ME) it ask's for a password to get to the whole workstation. How can I turn this off? The windows2000 is using a FAT file system. I want to share one folder with the whole network. I have right clicked the folder and turned on filesharing....What have I missed?
Please help!!!
 

A:Windows 2000 Pro install with file sharing problem

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I have a desktop and a laptop computer both running Windows XP Professional. They are currently networked as P2P using the same workgroup. Both have the same user name and password setup on them. When I use Windows Explorer, and navigate to My Network Places, Entire Network, workgroup name, PC name, then enter the same user name and password to access the other computer (doesn't matter which way), I only see the SHARED folders on the other computer. How do I gain access to ALL the folders on the C: drive?
 

A:Sharing folders on Windows XP networked PCs

You have to share the entire drive. Go to My Computer and right click on the Harddrive and select Sharing and Security.
 

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Ok here's what I have :

1) A Windows 2000 Server (PC / serving as a Domain Controller)

2) 2 NIC's installed in server

3) A cable modem (with static IP address and connected to one of the NICs)

4) A 100 Mb HUB connected to my small network at my house
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So how do I provide an internet connection to my internal network? I used to run NT 4.0 Server with MS Proxy, but my eval expired and I decided to upgrade to Windows 2000 and I don't want to use MS Proxy anymore. I know you are supposed to be able to do internet sharing with NT 2000. I used to have the cable modem connected to NIC #1 and NIC #2 connected to the HUB. I used MS Proxy Server/Client to connect my network to my cable service and it worked great ! Now with Windows 2000 I'm having a hard time getting it to work and I can't find much info on how to exactly do it. Anyone know what I need to do? Thanks in advance everyone for the quick response )
 

A:{Solved} - Windows 2000 and Internet Sharing - HELP!

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Morning all,

I have searched the win7 forums for help with transferring files from XP-W7, but only seem to find threads with networked PC's

I still have my old XP machine as a backup if my current W7 machine were to die suddenly. I keep it in the closet and wanted to take it out, hook it up to the internet and update everything I can, then I wish to delete all the documents/pictures etc, which are outdated and copy to the XP machine all my current documents/pictures etc so that both machines would be mirror image's of each other with current resumes and pics etc if it became necessary to use the XP computer for any reason.

If there is a thread about transferring files, like via a thumb drive please let me know so we don't rehash this again. Currently I have a 16GB thumb with copy's of my documents/pics/music/videos that I keep updated in case of a major problem as well as online backups, but i thought if could if I change the root maybe i'd be able to transfer all this to my XP computer.

A:I need help with File Sharing on NOT networked PC's (XP - W7)

Something I don't understand: You tell you want to connect the XP machine to Internet for updates. If so, why don't you simply hook it up to the same router than your Seven machine, set both to same workgroup and share / copy files normally?

You can of course use any external device to copy files between computers.

Kari

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Hello,

I am having troubles getting a Windows 2000 system to add a Canon S450 printer which is shared by an XP system. Specifically, I am not able to find a compatible printer driver either on the XP system or for the 2000 system.

Both systems are current with Windows Update.

Thanks for any help, harmon
 

A:Windows 2000 use of networked S450

Use a BJC-6200 driver. It will work.
 

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Our Public Library is having some problems with their network and I know some about computers so with a town of 600 of course I volenteered to help. Here is what they have and the problem.

They have DSL > Modem>Router>switch> they have they have 7 computers and a printer they want all to work on the network. Years ago they had that gates thing where they set up a network and I think they have like two 2000 computers as servers each one having some computers on it. Since they had the gates over the years they added two Dell XP computers and just lately add another Dell. When they got the xp computers I guess no one new they had to have the same workgroup names to be on the network to share files etc. So here is what I want to do if someone could help me.

They have 3 Dell XP Computers two XP Home and One XP Pro
they also have two Windows 2000 computers that were the gates computers that we would like to just use as regular computers on the network.
they have one Windows 98SE and one Mac computer.

What I would like to do is set up a windows network using one of the Windows XP computers as a host and then network the rest of them so they can all share files and the printer. They have a HP Laserjet 4200 printer and it is also hooked into the network. There arer enough ports in the switch for all the computers and the printer. If I wanted to set them all up as one network where all could share files and the printer and this is 3 XP computers two home and one pro and ... Read more

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I have two PC's, one being Windows XP and the other Windows 2000, that both connect to the internet through a Linksys Wireless Access Point Router. They are both hooked up to the router via an ethernet cable, not wirelessly. I am trying to set it up so that I can share files between them, mainly to copy files from my XP machine to the other as a source of backup. I set both up with the same workgroup name "HOME" and set it so that the files I want to share from the XP machine are shared. When the I am on my XP machine and look at the computers in my workgroup, I can see my 2000 machine and I'm able to access it and do everything perfectly. However, when looking at the workgroup from the 2000 machine, I can see my XP machine, but I cannot access it. I double click the computer and it says "\\ComputerName is not accessible. The network path was not found." I replaced the name of my XP machine with "ComputerName" just for this thread. What is going wrong? Just to add, I have another XP machine connected to the router wirelessly and from that computer I can access both the other XP machine and the 2000 machine. Is there a setting that I missed or am I just doing something wrong? Thanks for the help.
 

A:File Sharing Between 2 Networked Computers

Check out this link for proper naming of workgroups/domains

http://compnetworking.about.com/od/windowsnetworking/tp/winfilesharing.htm

Check this link to make sure you have the permissions to access that computer/folder

http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/broadbandnetworking/10_ts_fileone.mspx
 

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We have 2 computers A, B both running windows xp --File sharing is enabled on both. Currently we print from both computers along the network to the same printer. We are trying to share files as well and are currently unable to. What we are trying to do is share a filemaker database and go to network neighborhood in order to see the hard drive of computer A from B and visa versa but are unable to. Any help would be appreciated.
 

A:File Sharing on 2 Networked Computers

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The Problem: I have a one-way problem on a home network where one desktop (A) easily shares files from its C-drive through the router with the other desktop (B), but not vice versa. In other words, it is easy to access and transfer files from desktop A to B, but not from B to A.
Other facts:
1. Desktops A and B have identical and up-to-date operating systems: Windows 7 64-bit Professional
2. The networking settings for A and B appear to be identical, and both show one another’s hard-drives in the “Computer” display, along with other devices on the home network. Care has been taken under Network Location when mapping each desktop’s hard drive by the other that drive names are unique.
3. Both A and B appear on the home network map, along with all other networked devices. All appears normal.
4. I have applied the network troubleshooters regarding connections to other computers, and it cannot see a problem. I have not been able to find any others in the community with the problem.
What could be the cause of this disparity?
Thanks,
AC Falk

Stans, Switzerland

A:One-way file sharing problem between two networked computers

Sharing drives require some changes to NTFS permissions in order for it to be shared properly.

This link should help you with how to share your HDD - HDD sharing



   Warning
Sharing your C: drive can have major security implications and should only be done if you trust the network and you should not connect the machine to a public network since the share may still be applied
Also, I have requested for your email address to be removed to prevent spam in your inbox

Hope This Helps,
Josh

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My husband and I have been using file sharing on Windows XP Home for some time now with no problems. Today I decided I wanted to share my Microsoft Money 99 folder with him. Got it set up and checked it on my computer. No problem. Went to his computer and clicked on the folder and got the following message: "The application has failed to start because mnyob99.dll was not found". I checked and that file is in the MSMoney System folder. This really has me puzzled. Anyone know what's going on?
 

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The title question pretty much asks it all.

I have a desktop running win 8.1 pro and use File History to create backup of libraries etc to an external drive.

My wife has a laptop running Windows 7 on the network and part of a Homegroup. I wold love to be able to backup some of her files to the same external hard drive using File History, but I don't think this is possible, or if it is I haven't figured out how.

I have included her relevant folders in a library shared with me and visible in Homegroup, but File History does not seem to be able to back it up since the files themselves reside on another computer.

Of course I can physically copy her files to the backup drive periodically, but I like how File History runs quietly in the background.

Any advice? Thanks in advance.
 

A:Solved: Can Win 8.1 File History back up files from a networked computer?

The short and to the point answer is NO
She can of course use Windows 7 backup and restore and choose which files to backup - rather than allowing windows to choose - as the latter also creates the image - and she can of course backup to the same external as you
 

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Hello,

I recently set up a new home desktop PC with Windows 7. I'd like to pull a bunch of files from my old desktop PC with Windows XP. However, I've been unable to get file sharing working. I've consulted many online resources for how this is done including the official Microsoft pages with no luck.

The step where my results differ from the examples is that neither computer can "see" the other computer when looking at the network. All I see are each computer's own shared folders.

Both PCs have the same workgroup name, I've enabled file sharing and disabled account/password, I set my Win7 as a trusted home network.

Curiously, both computers can connect to and browse the internet.

Both computers are plugged into a Cisco Systems "Workgroup Switch", which is connected to my Comcast cable modem. I've used this device before to develop indie apps on my xbox from my XP machine, so it seems like the physical setup should be fine.

I have no firewall on either machine, all I use for security is AVG free anti-virus (on both machines).

The only weird thing I can think of is that my XP machine had it set up so it could connect to my work's network over the internet as though it were a local network. I don't know if this is interfering in some way or if it messed up my settings, and I don't know how to find out.

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A:Solved: File sharing from Windows XP to Windows 7

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I know there have been many posts on this. I have looked at very many of them. I have done (as far as I know) all of the things listed to try and see the other network computers and their shared files. To no avail!

I can ping from the XP to the Windows 7 computer and the Windows 7 to XP machine. I get 4 good pings each.
I have removed HomeGroup
I have turned off password protection.
The XP machine does not recognize the Windows7 laptop either.

Is there any other thing I am missing that would be preventing this?

Thank You for any assistance in this,
Michael
 

A:Solved: File Sharing Windows 7 to XP

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I have a LAN with 4 systems: three Win 7 and one XP Pro. I have removed the Homegroup.
All the systems can see each other and access a shared folder with the exception of System1 and System (both Win 7), which require a user name/password to access the shared folder on the other system.
For example, if from System1 if I try to access System 2's shared folder, I get "Windows Security" login text entry window:
"Enter Network Password. Enter your password to connect to System2."
For "Username", I enter "\\system1".
For Password, I enter a password from the previous Home Group.
I can check "Remember credentias" but that works only until the next reboot.
Oddly, one sees under the "Password" text entry this: "Domain: System1" even though there is not domain, only a workgroup.
Likewise, from System2, I can access the shared folder on System1 by entering username "\\system2" with the same old homegroup password. Here I see "Domain: System2" even though there is no domain on System 2.
"Use usernames and passwords" is turned off in Advanced Sharing on all systems.
I want to get rid of this requirement to share between Systems 1 and 2.
Thanks in advance to the Windows experts.

A:[SOLVED] windows 7 file sharing

There's one thing you haven't mentioned and i think you need to check. The location type of the network. On both system 1 and 2, open Network and Sharing Center, then change the location type to "WORK". Next you should open advanced sharing settings, then make sure the settings you change are for the home/work profile, and NOT the public profile. Check that you've enabled network discovery, 128-bit access, and disable the username and password requirement. You should then log off and log on again. Now before you try to access the shared folders, conform that the network is set to the correct location type on both system 1 and 2.

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Im in the process of trying to setup a home network. Computer A and Computer B are in the same workgroup. Username/password are the same.

Computer A = Windows XP sp3
Computer B = Windows 7 sp1

The two computers can communicate on the network. Can ping back and fourth with ip and computername. Computer B can access from what I can tell the whole C:/ drive from computer A. Doesnt ask for a password or anything like that. Just works the way it should.

However, I cant figure out how to share the C:\ drive from Computer B with Computer A.
Computer B
Click on C: >> Properties >> Sharing
And this is what i see on the sharing tab
It looks like its shared cause i see the \\inteli5\c. But when i go onto the other computer I cant access it.

This picture doesnt seem to want to work. But that link is the screen that comes up when i try to access the C:\ from the opposite computer

Been messing around with it for a couple hours and I'm getting frustrated. My apologys if i missed a Thread that already covered this. Anyhelp would be appreciated.
 

A:Solved: Windows 7 file sharing permissions

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Hey,

I have Windows Xp Home!

I have a folder shared and some how i have made it so i have to have a password to get to it on a networked pc...

My question is... Why is my password not working...

Well let me explain. In the box it asks for a user name which is blacked out with my computer name and user name which is GUEST

So i am thinking, or wait it the guest password.... Guest= nothing....

So i push ok with nothing in the password, it saids wrong password... So i am like w/e...

START--- RUN--- CMD--- net user guest password I changed the password and to make sure i logged out and tried it.. It worked..

I went to my networked computer and the password still is wrong.. What am i doing wrong???
 

A:Solved: Windows Home Sharing of File and a Password

Guess I spoke to soon, lol

Thanks to all that read..

:-D
 

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G'day,

I have just installed Microsoft Windows Vista on two of my computers, and I have Microsoft Windows XP on a third computer.

I would like all three computers to be able to share files, and use the one printer (which is installed on one of the computers with Microsoft Windows Vista).

Can anyone give me some ideas on how to do this?
 

A:Solved: File And Printer Sharing In Windows Vista

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Hello, I have run AVG and it removed some trojans but still having problems. I cannot access the uninstall programs module, it has spelling that is incorrect in its box and it will not display the programs. I also did a re-install of the window before I realized it was probably a virus. Below is my hijackthis log file. I need to get this pc working fast. I am a paid up member. Thanks

Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2
Scan saved at 3:47:36 PM, on 08/30/2007
Platform: Windows 2000 (WinNT 5.00.2195)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP1 (6.00.2800.1106)
Boot mode: Normal

Running processes:
C:\WINNT\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\services.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\LEXBCES.EXE
C:\WINNT\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\Grisoft\AVG7\avgamsvr.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\LEXPPS.EXE
C:\PROGRA~1\Grisoft\AVG7\avgupsvc.exe
C:\WINNT\System32\svchost.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\MSTask.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\stisvc.exe
C:\WINNT\System32\WBEM\WinMgmt.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\mspmspsv.exe
C:\WINNT\Explorer.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\igfxtray.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\hkcmd.exe
C:\Program Files\Lexmark X6100 Series\lxbfbmgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Lexmark X6100 Series\lxbfbmon.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\Grisoft\AVG7\avgcc.exe
C:\Program Files\Rocket Software\Rocket Mobile & Security Apps\MobileCenter.exe
C:\Program Files\Google\GoogleToolbarNotifier\GoogleToolbarNotifier.exe
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Acrobat 5.0\Distillr\AcroTray.exe
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A:Solved: Log File for Windows 2000 Pro

Poster has solved this problem: http://forums.techguy.org/malware-r...hijackthis-log-file-win-98-a.html#post5083759
 

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I have a Linksys router running NAT and DHCP. I have a desktop machine hardwired up to it. I have 2 laptops that use 802.11b. Up until very recently, I could print from the laptops to the printer attached to the desktop with no problems. However, that does not work anymore, and I cannot figure out why. I haven't changed anything that I know of.

The laptops can ping each other and browse each other, and the desktop can ping and browse the laptops, but the laptops cannot ping or browse the desktop anymore. I figured it was Windows Firewall that was the culprit, but I have it turned off on all 3 machines.

All 3 machines are using DHCP. This is a very basic setup, and like I said, had been working fine until recently.
 

A:Solved: Windows Firewall turned off, but I cannot use file or printer sharing

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2 computers; 1 recently upgraded from W7 Pro, 64-Bit to W10. The other computer is still running
W7 Pro, 64-Bit. I had been able to access shared folders and files without entering a username/PW between the 2 PC's. Now, when I try to access a shared folder/file on the W10 PC, the W7 PC is prompting me for network name and PW. I don't want to have a PW on my W10 PC. Is there any way around this?

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Hi,

Can someone help me delete anything suspicious. I ran AVG and it got some bugs out but PC still not right. I also reinstalled windows before I realized I had viruses. I am a paid up member. Tnx.

Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2
Scan saved at 4:23:42 PM, on 08/30/2007
Platform: Windows 2000 (WinNT 5.00.2195)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP1 (6.00.2800.1106)
Boot mode: Normal

Running processes:
C:\WINNT\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\services.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\LEXBCES.EXE
C:\WINNT\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\Grisoft\AVG7\avgamsvr.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\LEXPPS.EXE
C:\PROGRA~1\Grisoft\AVG7\avgupsvc.exe
C:\WINNT\System32\svchost.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\MSTask.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\stisvc.exe
C:\WINNT\System32\WBEM\WinMgmt.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\mspmspsv.exe
C:\WINNT\Explorer.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\igfxtray.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\hkcmd.exe
C:\Program Files\Lexmark X6100 Series\lxbfbmgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Lexmark X6100 Series\lxbfbmon.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\Grisoft\AVG7\avgcc.exe
C:\Program Files\Rocket Software\Rocket Mobile & Security Apps\MobileCenter.exe
C:\Program Files\Google\GoogleToolbarNotifier\GoogleToolbarNotifier.exe
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Acrobat 5.0\Distillr\AcroTray.exe
C:\Program Files\CASIO\Photo Loader\Plauto.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\Yahoo!\MESSEN~1\ymsgr_tray.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\dllcache\services.exe
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
C:\My Downloads\HiJackThis.exe

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A:Solved: Log file (hijackthis) for Windows 2000 Pro - has viruses

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ive read stuff off the net and a few posts here but none really help.

setting up a network on only windows XP computers is easy, but now i'm trying to share files off of a computer with windows 2000 and i can't see anything on the XP box.

i have my IPs set as static, and when i try to ping to one another i get "request timed out"

i also don't understand the workgroups.

and i'm using a d-link wireless router (dgl-4300)

thanks in advance for the help and steering me in the right direction.
 

A:sharing files with windows 2000 to and from windows XP

Windows 2000 to XP is just as easy.

The main things to remember are this.

1)Each PC has to have a unique machine name. This name is any name you want it to be.
2) Both PC's have to be in the SAME workgroup I.E. if you have a workgroup of MyWorkgroup then both have to be designated to be in MyWorkgroup. This name is any name you want it to be.
(on the above 2 instances you want no spaces and shortish machine names it helps in diganotics and when having to type in UNC paths).
3) Ensure all firewall software is turned off and or removed and or configured correctly. One messed up firewall can kill all your hopes of networking.
4) Make sure the 2 PC's you have static Ip's assigned to are in the same scope and only the last octet is changed I.E> 192.168.1.6 and 192.168.1.7 would be acceptable each has to have a unique ID.
5) ensure you have file and print sharing enabled.
6) ensure your PC's have the same user account information. I.E. If you log int to Bob user id on the Windows 2000 machine make surey ou have Bob as a user account on the Windows XP machine.

This hsould help you get started.
 

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I'm having an issue setting up a friends laptop to share a printer. There pc is an old refurbished work desktop with windows 2000 on it. I can view the public folders in the win7 laptop, but i get prompted for a network username and password to access the files in the win2000 desktop. I've hit a brick wall and can't figure out what causing this. Any ideas i would appreciate it. Thanks

A:Sharing between a windows 2000 pc

set desktop user name and passwords the same on both computers and see if that works.

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I have a desktop computer and a laptop computer that are networked together.

I run Microsoft Outlook 2003 on both computers, and I would like to share the data between the two.

For example, is it possible to automatically have Microsoft Outlook 2003 synchronise elements such as the address book and e-mail messages? I am looking at a way to avoid having to manually update new contacts, etcetera, on both machines.

More specifically...how can I have the "Data File" (".PST") automatically updated between the two machines?

Any help would be appreciated.
 

A:Solved: Sharing Data Between Networked Computers With Microsoft Outlook 2003

Still no ideas on this one?

Any help would be appreciated.
 

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I am using DELL AIO 926 Printer. When running 2 XP computers I was able to share the printer. Now, I have to unplug the USB and put it in the computer I am printing from. How can I get it to work wihtout changing the usb locations.
 

A:Solved: sharing printer using windows 7 computer and XP computer

Go through the following steps
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-7/share-files-and-printers-between-windows-7-and-xp/
 

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I've been banging my head on the wall for several days on this one. I did a lot of searches and tried numerous suggestions, but have had no luck as of yet.

My Windows 7 Ultimate x64 machine recently stopped being able to communicate with any other machines on the network. It can ping them by name, but can't browse to any shared folders or use any shared services. I do have one networked printer, but access was via http so it seems to work. The big problem is that I have some Windows XP machines that have shared folders and shared printers and I can not access them.

Here are the details of my setup.

- Linksys WRT54G router drives the internet (updated to latest firmware)
- Windows 7 Ultimate x64 machine plugged directly into WRT54G ethernet port
- Epson Workforce printer plugged into ethernet port
- 2 Windows XP machines connected via wireless
- 1 Windows 7 32-bit laptop connected via wireless

Since the Epson worked fine I thought may it is a wireless issue or maybe an issue connecting from Windows 7 to Windows XP. I went through hundreds of forum posts about people with issues connecting to XP with no luck (i.e. network discovery is on, file/print sharing is enabled, all machines on the same Workgroup, etc.). All of the various XP machines can see each other, ping each other, and browse each other's shared folders. In fact, all of said machines are capable of browsing the Windows 7 64-bit machine's shared folders, but it can't browse theirs.

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A:Windows 7 computer can't see other networked computers

Sorry to hear about your problems, I recently had a problem with this especially trying to communicate Windows XP Home 32 to Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit. IT sounds like you have all your bases covered but I would recommend disabling your firewall(s) temporarily and seeing if you can communicate. Lemme know how this goes for you.

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Long story short, I have a Asus CG5270 desktop with a cdrom that DOES NOT work and a hard drive that is totally wiped clean of any operating system. I also have a router and a perfectly working laptop with Windows 7 64bit home premium on it. I do not have a crossover cable or external hard drive. I have the recovery disk for the desktop which is Vista 64bit home premium SP1.

Can I or can I not use the laptop to reinstall Vista on my desktop?

I've found this question asked countless times in countless forums but also countless answers that do not answer the question for a person that is not a computer engineer.

My apologies if I sound frustrated but I am LOL. Can someone please give me a simple answer and if it is possible can you please provide if there is one a step by step walk-through for dummies?

Much thanks!
 

A:Can I install windows from networked computer?

Get another CD-ROM, that would be the easiest solution. You cannot install Windows the way you are attempting to do it. There are ways to install an OS over a LAN, but the configuration and particulars to get it to work would be far more difficult than getting a replacement CD-ROM.
 

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Hello everyone,

I have a bat file that is launched when a torrent finishes downloading on my laptop which launched robocopy to copy it to my server computer.

I want to have the server run a few programs to extract the file and move it to the correct directory structure.

I want to launch a bat file on the server from the first bat file using the call command, however I am not sure if this command will cause my server to execute the bat or my laptop to execute the bat.

Is there a way to get my server to run the bat from the bat that is run on my laptop?

I think that if I use the call command that it will run the called bat on my laptop even though the bat is located on my server.

Thanks in advance
-S

A:Starting a bat file on networked computer from local bat file question

Your exactly correct that the batch file will run on your laptop. The only way to run from the server is to use Remote desktop RDP from your machine to the server which will allow you to run the program in the server's memory.
Or, you could have a planned event (Task Manager) on your server which would check to see if the file exists at some point in time and then run the batch program in the servers memory space.

Rich

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Hi
I have never managed to share a folder with only 1 other computer on a network.
The look in list in sharing\security\add only has the name of this pc which is greyed out.
This means that I cannot choose a particular pc on the network to share this file with.

BTW there is no server on this network, it is set up as p2p

Thanks for any replies
 

A:Sharing folders in windows 2000 pro (sp4)

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I'm trying to connect my new PC to our wireless, but i've been told I need to go to Control Panel > Network and Dial-up connections > enabled internet connection > Sharing tab there's no sharing tab! does that mean it's been locked or something? please help!!
 

A:Sharing internet on Windows 2000

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My Zip 250 parallel drive works perfectly with both of my computers. However, when it is attached to my windows 2000 machine, my windows 98 computer can not access it over my home network and the following error message occurs: "Not enough storage is available to process this command."

The network config is fine, as I can share printers and other disk drives. I can also access the zip drive from my 2k machine if it is attached to the 98 machine.

I just can't seem to access it remotely when it is connected to my 2k machine. I saw a similar posting on the iomega site and they said it was a microsoft problem and they could not help. Microsoft has only one KB articl I could find on the topic, and it deals with printers.
 

A:Sharing Zip 250 Parallel in Windows 2000

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We are running a network through a "D-Link DSL 504 Router" with an 'Apple G4' and a 'Windows 2000 PC' on a DSL 512kb Broadband Internet Connection.
Everything was OK till recently when the PC's Internet Connection decided to slow down Dramatically (Its now slower than dial-up !)
The interesting thing is that the Apple is running at full 512kb speed, its just the PC's connection which is the problem.
The Modem has been checked by D-Link (approx. Month ago) and everything is fine. Obviously there is something wrong with the Windows PC (since the Apple is performing quite fine) and any suggestions as to a course of action would be greatly appreciated. For instance is there any network settings i can check, change or reset in explorer or where ever?
Looking Forward to Hearing from you Guru's Out There,
Regards, Manon. (Australia)
 

A:Mac OS / Windows 2000 Net Sharing Problem

The Windows PC more than likely has a virus or spyware slowing it down.
 

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I know you used to be able to setup Microsoft Fax on Windows 95/98 computers to share the fax modem. Anyone aware of a way to do this in Windows ME, 2000, and/or XP?
 

A:sharing fax modem with Windows ME, 2000, or XP?

Probably the same way if it still has MS Fax installed. It's not the greates program and I could never get it to work. Always used WinFax Pro for a fax server program.
 

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i have a lan connection i m usin win 2000 .i want to see shared ducuments . that my friends have shared all my frnds use win xp . i m usin norton antivirus & zonealarm firewall.
can i share my resurces and also able to see my frnd's resouces ? how?
 

A:unable to set up sharing in windows 2000

First off, try disabling any firewall and see if that gets it working. If so, you need to properly configure the firewall to allow file/print sharing.

I assume that all your friends are on your local network, not someplace else on the Internet. If they're not on your network, it's a whole different ballgame!

Give us more details of your environment, and we can probably be more help.
 

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Hi everybody!

I’d like some help on some issue here…, that is only if you are able to help of course.

I’m running Win 2000 Professional on my laptop and on my desktop. I just formatted and installed Win 2000 on the laptop without any previous install of other Windows-versions and all things work just perfect. The same goes for the desktop-PC on which I had Win 2000 installed on top of Win 98 about 1 to 1 years ago I think. Before that I was running Win 98 just fine on the same desktop for about 1 to 2 years. I upgraded due to programs that couldn’t run under Win 98 which I needed and - as mentioned before - just ran the install of Win 2000 directly on top of Win 98.

However, now since I’ve gotten a laptop I wanted to transfer files from one Win 2000 to the other one with a crossed network-cable but I had a problem. I noticed that I on the laptop with the new install of Win 2000 could right-click on the mouse-button and see “sharing” in the menu when used on harddisk, folders etc. When I go into the Win 2000 on my desktop and do the same there is NO sharing in NONE of the menus (harddisk, folders etc.)!

I am puzzled and don’t know why the sharing isn’t enabled there. It simply looks like if I’m not able to share files on the desktop-computer which I really, really need to do!

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A:Sharing disabled in Windows 2000 Pro!

have you tried right clicking a folder, choosing properties...then sharing?
 

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I'm trying to connect my new PC to our wireless, but i've been told I need to go to Control Panel > Network and Dial-up connections > enabled internet connection > Sharing tab there's no sharing tab! does that mean it's been locked or something? please help!!
 

A:Sharing internet on Windows 2000

Welcome to TSG,

One thread per issue please.

Closing duplicate thread to: http://forums.techguy.org/windows-nt-2000-xp/812019-sharing-internet-windows-2000-a.html#post6585798
 

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Hi

We are sharing an internet connection between two 2000 workstations. Both were accessing the internet ok until we migrated to 2000 server from novell.
The server is simply a file server and the workstations are part of a workgroup. We do not use the server as our internet gateway.

We are unable to get the internet to dial up from the client workstation. We are using DHCP, could this be the problem.

Any suggestions welcome, we have only recently moved to 2000 and are newbies.
 

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I have an ISDN connected to one computer on the network. There are other devices connected to LAN that must not change the IP for the system to work.
When internet is shared the OS says that the LAN adapter will be reset to 192.168.0.1 and the computer will lose connection with other devices in the LAN.
How can I share the ISDN without changing my PC's IP address.
 

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I have 2 computers one running Windows2000 Pro and one on Win98. I set up a Linksys 4 port router to share my cable modem. Both computers can access the internet, and my win 98 computer can see shared files and a networked printer on my Win2k machine.
I can't seem to get the Win2k machine to see the shared files on the Win98 system. I can see the name of the Win98 machine in network Neighborhood, but when I click on it I get an error reading "Network Path not found".
 

A:Windows 2000 Network Sharing Problem

What kind of sharing are you using on the Win98 PC....user level or share level? Are you using the Win2k PC to validate your logins.
 

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Hi there,
HELP!
Please excuse me, this is my first try at this and I am a novice at networking. I set up a shared internet connection at home. 1 cable modem, 1 wireless router connected to via cable to a desktop running Windows 2000, and 1 wireless connection on a laptop running Windows XP. On the laptop (XP), I was able to share a folder on the network. On the desktop (W2K), I right click on the folder/drive I want to share and the "Sharing" option is not present. I went to the Network and Dial-Up Connections Folder and located my network. I verified that the "File and Printer Sharing for Microsft Networks" was present and checked. Shouldn't that do it? Shuldn't I be able to see the "Sharing" option? Is there something I am missing? Please help. I don't want to do anything extravagant - just share 1 folder from my W2K desktop to the XP laptop.
Thanks in advance for your help!
 

A:Can't See Sharing Option for folder Windows 2000

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