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win 98 se win xp network

Discussion in 'Networking' started by db82786, Feb 12, 2005.

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  1. db82786

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    I have a desk top wirh win 98 se and laptop with xp using linkys wireless router for laptop and wired portion of router for desktop. router is wireless with 4 port hub. printer attached to win 98 machine and can not get printer to share any ideas. thanks dan
     
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    still unable to share, able to see printer on laptop if i turn off firewall on desktop but will not print
     
  4. Old Rich

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    You may have to load the XP drivers for the printer on the XP Machine . .

    wrs
     
  5. db82786

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    they are already loaded
     
  6. db82786

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    We got it going thanks everyone!
     
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    care to share how so other may benefit...

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