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All these three methods involve some specific
code in the printer drivers both in Print server and clients.
Not all printers will have drivers that will
support all 3 ways of using the printer. It appears that not all printer
drivers, written for Windows Vista. If you can't get your network
printer, please try the following steps to bypass the LPT redirection. 1. Install the Vista printer driver on your
Windows Vista computer. 2. During installation, you'll be prompted
to connect the printer to your computer. Choose the option to proceed
with installation without connecting the printer. 3. After installation completes, open the
Printers wizard from the Windows Vista Control Panel. 4. Right click on the entry for the new
printer, and choose Properties. 5. Go to the Ports tab. 6. Click Add Port, select Local Port, then
click New Port. 7. For the port name, enter the network path
and share name of your printer ("\\TheirComputer\TheirPrinter1"). 8. Click OK, and verify that the new port is
selected. 9. Click OK to close the printer properties.
If you have tried the normal printer wizard process and were unable to get a printer to function, then verify the network name of the computer that has the shared printer and the share name of the printer, then follow these steps. Worked for Me.
Go to CONTROL PANEL. Choose DEVICES and PRINTERS. The choose ADD PRINTER.
Choose ADD A LOCAL PRINTER. Click on CREATE A NEW PORT. Select in the drop down box, LOCAL PORT. Click NEXT.
A dialogue box will appear asking you to enter a port name. Type in: \\computername\printername
Go to CONTROL PANEL. Choose PRINTER. The choose ADD
Choose ADD A LOCAL PRINTER. Click on CREATE A NEW PORT. Select in the
drop down box, LOCAL PORT. Click NEXT.
A dialogue box will appear asking you to enter a port name. Type in:
You can use a torrent site like isoHUNT, to download a copy of the Acer OEM vista disc, this is a little illegal, but if you use your own Windows key from your COA sticker, it should register and activate ok.
You may have to download your drivers seperatly from from ACER.
You will need a torrent client like UTorrent, and the download could take a day or so
I probably need a bit more info but.... If youre connected wirelessly the username and password are held in the router so when any amount of extra computers wish to connect just put the details into each computer. If you goto control panel then network and sharing centre Win7 and Vista you will see options which will guide you through the easy setup process........Hope this enough info.....cheers from Scott
esapp is from Kodak EasyShare software and so may be an uninstall and reinstall or reinstall of the most up to date software for the camera would help. Which programs produce the other errors? What do you do to get message to display?
I have an Acer 5420 which had a persistent disconnection problem after startup, with either the wireless or LAN connection. It appears that the Microsoft network application would startup and make the connection, but seconds later the Acer Enet Management application would start, and its first act would be to disconnect from the Internet. Since the Microsoft network application provides every feature that I want, I choose to disable the Acer Enet Management.
Following up on a hint from on of the posts, I went to Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt.
At the command prompt window, I typed msconfig
About a minute later (after Vista confirmed that it was OK to run this program, the System Configuration window comes up, where I selected the "services" tab
Scrolling down the numerous services, I found "eNet service" and clicked the check mark to disable the service. Hit apply and OK, and restarted my laptop.