HI Problem in Networking Two Pc Both have Xp

By cute_charming78
Sep 14, 2007
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  1. Hii...............i have some problem

    I conect pc's from cross over cable
    firs ip 192.168.1.100

    other 192.168.1.101

    but problem here

    plz help me

    check the attach img plz

    sir
    these two computers

    one is showing two computers but other is showing only own shairing

    and when i double click on other shairing
    error is there

    which i attach plz c

    plz plz help me

    i am very thankfull to u

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  2. Gosugod

    Gosugod Newcomer, in training Posts: 56

    I'm going to try and translate your problem into my language.... English...

    You have two different problems. First problem is

    IP ADDRESS CONFLICT
    Are you still having this issue? When you replied again you have a new problem with a sharing conflict. This leads me to believe you've fixed the conflict?

    One computer can't access a share, but the other can
    I've come across alot of different answers for these kinds of issues. First if you go to START ---> RUN ---> \\192.168.X.X do you still get the same error? Enable the guest account on both computers and try it again?

    Also try this
    Go to "view network connections"
    Click on your local network.
    Click on properties (you should start at the "general" folder. Stay there or go there if not)
    Click the "install" button. You get the choice of client, service or protocol.
    Click protocol.
    Add your protocols. NetBios and TCP/IP if they aren't there.

    Edit:Added some additional information after researching a little more.
  3. cute_charming78

    cute_charming78 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Problem is still there

    Edited by Moderator: Removed quote. There`s no need to quote the post directly above your own, unless you`re only replying to a specific section, in which case you would only quote that section. ;)
  4. Gosugod

    Gosugod Newcomer, in training Posts: 56

    Please be more specific.
    Are you still having IP conflicts?
    What Anti-Virus/Firewall do you use?
    Do you have Simple File Sharing enabled on both computers?
    Windows Explorer ---> Tools --> Folder Options ---> View ---> Near the bot

    Can you ping either of the computers?
    What operating system are both computers using? XP HOME, PRO?

    Have you shared folders prior to this, or is this something new?
  5. jobeard

    jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 13,037   +222

    First, if you only have one NIC card, then using a cross-over cable to another
    system will only allow file/print sharing and NO ACCESS TO THE INTERNET.
    You need two NIC cards in one PC to make internet access available to both systems.

    You should have used the Network Wizard to guide you in the setup.
  6. tipstir

    tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 4,492   +73

    Either get a switch or do yourself a favor and get a router to manage both pcs
  7. cute_charming78

    cute_charming78 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    \\cute is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the Administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions

    The Network path was not found


    That's the eroor

    where i set ip 19.168.0.100

    show the other pc icon but when i click ...following eroor is there
    plz plz help me i am very thankfull to u
  8. Jase123

    Jase123 Banned Posts: 1,122

    are you the adminstrator of the computer?
  9. tipstir

    tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 4,492   +73

    Well he has to be... Create account on both systems for full access with computer administrator rights...
  10. Gosugod

    Gosugod Newcomer, in training Posts: 56

    I'm thinking "she".

    He/She doesn't really want to be helped because he/she is not providing enough information or responding to anyones replies.
  11. Jase123

    Jase123 Banned Posts: 1,122

    i know ..... please do not post if you do not want geniune help.. your are wasting our time.
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