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Using 1 Gbps network cards with Cat 5 cables (Up to 128MB per sec) Using Firewire 800 (Up to 98 MB per sec) Physically removing the hard disk and using a Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Mar 6, 2005 this is simply a "majic fix"...this does not solve the problem or explain why it exists I had tried networking with Windows wizard in the past without any success, and your instrucctions worked like magic. If you have no shared resources, you are invisible to others. check over here

An article that came up was http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=318030 This has some very good reference to other articles that may help. I installed a wireless router in my office and gave it the following configuration. Lets get started: I tried this with Windows 98 SE and Windows 7 64 bit and it worked just as a I describe. Please help!

Windows 98 Network Settings

You need to enable pinging in your firewall first. The Win98 user could again access the shares on the XP computer. Finally, a Router contains features of a Switch, plus being able to be a standalone Internet Gateway - being able to provide internet access to all computers connected to it.

can you help me on this JoeCool says: 5 years ago Thanks. Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous on Apr 11, 2004 Thanks Bret, you saved the day. Please help! Windows 98 Shared Folder Virtualbox I can now see all the computers on my network.

also when i restart the computer other computer can ping but when my system starts, the same problem again occured. Windows 95 File Sharing Thanks in advance for your help. Common brands are Linksys, D-Link, 2Wire, Netgear. I've tried a lot of different things, including mapping by ip number(\\10.1.1.35\), and nothing seems to help.

The same dialog box opened each time I tried to connect to the XP PC's shares. Map Network Drive Windows 98 annpilot says: 5 years ago I have a network in xp with 14 computers. SIGN UP FOR DAILY EMAIL NEWSLETTERCONNECT WITH US About Help Desk GeekWelcome to Help Desk Geek- a blog full of help desk tips for IT Professionals. Now windows 98 comes up with either of two messages "You do not have permision to access this share" or prompt for a password, it never has given me such prompts

Windows 95 File Sharing

I really really appreciated it. Authentication of user's passwords is done on Servers in their domains. Windows 98 Network Settings Hot Scripts offers tens of thousands of scripts you can use. Windows 98 File Sharing Configure it by clicking on Account, changing the Permit Category to Permit Only, and manually adding each IP address by clicking on New.

Once I remove the ethernet cable and try to connect wirelessly I cannot see both computers. check my blog Make sure to CHECK the box next to File and Printer Sharing. That is the only change to my laptop. umair says: 7 years ago dear sir, In LAN environment my computer has access / ping other computer but other computer have no access / ping. Windows 98 Connect To Network Share

In XP gop to help and support and in the search type "kbnetwork setup peer to peer Windows XP" and you will get some hits from the Microsoft knowledge base if Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Mar 30, 2005 vey usefull Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Mar 30, Reply fernan April 14, 2012 at 5:59 am on win98, simply manually find the directory of win7 using the find command on win98, now you can connect to win7 fyi [email protected] this content Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions.

I have re-installed Windows XP Pro five times of the past week without seeing any changes. Windows 95 Unable To Browse The Network Now it should say under the status: Connected! Any other suggestions?

This all worked fine with LinkSys.

As a test, I tried logging on to the Win98 PC as different users. The wireless client pings each and everything. Did it on both of the computers and walla. Windows 95 Network Setup Dag says: 6 years ago Hello, I don't know if this site is still active but here goes- I'm running xp pro SP3 in a workgroup with 4 computers on a

posted 2 Sep 2009 - Reply - Permanent Link DCRCOOL Unregistered Thanks, I've been surfing the web trying to find out how to do this and this guide is the best. I followed your tutorial but I still cannot see the other PC. Have checked all cables, workgroups, etc and am wondering if is possible that the network card on server went bad since everything worked fine last week?! http://macinstruct.net/windows-98/windows-98-cannot-browse-network.html You're a star.

I found the challenge an exciting one and decided to find out if it was possible to network a modern version of Windows with a 12 year old version way past I am running the network through a Netgear router. My additional two cents would be that if you have a XP user account with empty password (as i had) then by default you cannot connect from a 98 machine under The server runs on windows 2000 server.

Networking PC’s today in Windows 7 is so much easier, HomeGroups make it a cinch to share files and resources such as a printer. Likewise, why does the win98 machine have to automatically acquire it? In real serious terms, if any corruption of data, hardware damage or any other kind of damage/losses/etc. Routers dynamically allocate IP address to your computers.

Thank you so much! ASSUMPTION: This guide assumes that all computers are running at least Windows 98 and have their Network Interface Card drivers installed. 1.