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Check if all machines have NetBIOS enabled: Click Start, and then click Network. (Or you type ncpa.cpl into the search box, and press ENTER). So i migrated all the stuff to a new computer and try the Windows 7 Professional which HKU provided. This is largely organization but if you are using DHCP the NAS IP address could change and you do need access by name. Thanks mate…. weblink

Or more hopefully, a fix for the problem? I tested a new linksys router a relative of mine just bought, and boom! Real numbers which are writable as a differences of two transcendental numbers I just started my first real job, and have been asked to organize the office party. There is a router, rite? https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/103a4c36-6ebc-43de-8543-09635a42540a/cant-map-network-drive-on-vista?forum=itprovistanetworking

Windows Xp Cannot Map Network Drive

LikeLike Martin Santillan says: January 19, 2011 at 13:31 I read all the problems other people had on the post on your last reply, and I'm now convinced that the router I am stumped b/c I got W7 "Home Premium" connected to my server by changing the ODBC settings (as I mentioned above), yet the same work-around fails on the new machine LikeLike ancie says: November 24, 2011 at 17:32 win7 home basi and i upgrade to win7 professionl definitely i would like to join on domain win 2003 server but…. Best regards Prasant LikeLike Reply ykyuen says: February 14, 2010 at 01:27 you mean u still cannot connect to network drive after following the above procedures?

I've tried shortcuts, mapping network drives and symbolic links to no avail. Is there a word for turning something into a competition? try other security type as suggest by Fixing wireless "hidden network" problem on Windows 7 For the other issue, disable the firewall and the anitvirus firewall like AVG. Have some fun with it...

This worked like a charm on my Windows 7 Home Premium machine to connect to my Windows 2000 server. Cannot Map Network Drive Windows 10 Can I configure Computer A so that I can from computer B transfer files to and delete files on Computer C and NAS N1 and N2? This was the ticket to fix my mapped drives on a couple of Win2K machines connected to a Win7 Pro server. if both are positive, try to go to winNT and enable the guest account.

Thank You for your help LikeLike Reply ykyuen says: May 15, 2010 at 09:34 you cannot save the login credential in the login and password window? LikeLike Reply ykyuen says: January 15, 2011 at 16:42 The mac address is your network card identity. LikeLike Reply Randy says: May 16, 2010 at 02:02 Even if i select "save password" when i mapped the network drive, the next time i reboot or log off the machine Would you please capture the error message? 2.    Is the share folder shared on a Windows system?

Cannot Map Network Drive Windows 10

I would have to click on the drive and type my user name and passowrd and then it connect to the drives. https://windowsforum.com/threads/cant-connect-to-any-network-shares-from-vista-home-premium-laptop.49617/ You will find our directory-link:   \\\hd_d Mark it and go direktly to de finish button or done (dont know how it lokslike on a englishl-speaks pc).   Do this Procedure for Windows Xp Cannot Map Network Drive It is not asking for the username and password also when you double click the server which you can see in network workgroup… LikeLike ykyuen says: February 17, 2010 at 10:42 Cannot Map Network Drive Windows 7 Now on the same left side below the folder you clicked on find “CONTROL” and double click on it. 9.

At delivery time, client criticises the lack of some features that weren't written on my quote. make absolutely sure you are set up to be compatible with windows XP networking (as opposed to MAC or UNIX). I repeated all of these steps, nothing. LikeLike Reply ykyuen says: April 14, 2011 at 23:21 Hi LQ, I dun have this experience before, but i think what u need is setting up a network bridge in Computer

LikeLike Reply Mantha says: March 9, 2011 at 13:33 yes, happen in new Win 7 Pc only, other computers is old Win XP. It is a member of the Microsoft Partner Program. Once again, many thanks for all the suggestions! Thanks for the solution.

My new PC (all-in-one Acer) took me 4-days to find the fix to get connecting. 2-steps got me there: the post above for LmCompatibilityLevel value:1, and then changed ODBC to Target: thanx! You have set the local security policies in the new Win7 PC as i mentioned in this post but it does not work. (You may need to restart the win7 to

This produces an XP-like networking scenario that most other OSs will understand.

And what database server are you running? Error 0x80070035 The Network Path was not found Trying to connect to the laptop from any of the other PC's returns the same error message. I used the device on another PC with Windows XP. and by the way, if u are using a netgear routers, you may need to replace it with another brand.

I've been googling for the solution for a while, this is my problem and the workarounds I've found so far, hopefully they're useful to someone else: I'm using Win7 Home Premium I am at a loss now. Useful SearchesRecent Posts Log in Sign up Windows Forum Other Operating Systems > Windows Vista Help and Support > Windows Vista Networking > Dismiss Notice Welcome to Windows Forums. Can’t connect to WG103 from Win 7 Thanks again =D Kit LikeLike chaz says: August 16, 2011 at 16:19 Hi, i have tried all the steps above but i seem not

LikeLike Reply ykyuen says: March 7, 2011 at 18:35 it's good to know that it could help you =) LikeLike Reply Mantha says: March 8, 2011 at 16:08 just bought a Add shortcuts to all mapped drives to the startup menu of each user, thus opening a windows explorer window at login that access the drives (the user will have to close LikeLike Reply owen says: May 12, 2010 at 20:52 Thank you.

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