All was OK with XP. Operating systems & files were then transferred to Vista when I bought a new PC. 'Print' instruction will no longer transfer to printer from any program but I can see the backlog of print requests when I click 'Computer / printers'.
I re-installed the CD ROM supplied from Epson but this hasn't helped.
I KNOW that the printer is OK & that all connections are in place.
I work from home as an unpaid worker for a major charity & all help & advice would be greatly appreciated.
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* Drivers: o The drivers needed to connect your Sony camcorder to a computer and transfer files are already included in the operating system. * Not Supported: o The USB streaming feature is not supported with the Windows 7 operating system. o The Windows 7 Starter edition is not supported.
* Drivers: o The drivers needed to connect your Sony camcorder to a computer and transfer files are already included in the operating system. * Not Supported: o The USB streaming feature is not supported with the Windows Vista operating system. o The Windows Vista Starter edition is not supported. * View Detailed Windows Vista compatibility information.
* Drivers: o The drivers needed to connect your Sony camcorder to a computer and transfer files are already included in the operating system. * Not Supported: o The Microsoft Windows XP 64-bit operating system is not supported. o The Windows XP Starter edition is not supported.
First I would verify that all of your systems are connected to the router & they all have internet access, (whether they can ping or not). The second step, disable any zone alarm or norton 360, (they're useless anyways).
After making sure both systems are on the same router, (subnet, ip, etc..) AND on the same workgroup
From the vista computer, Right click on the folder you wish to share, and choose "Share..."
(Checkbox) Share this Folder
Permissions - Highlight Everyone, and choose full control
In the TextBox type: Everyone
Open Outlook Express go to File then Export and proceed to what you want to export. Follow the instructions from there. You will need a flash drive or CD to save the files and move them. Next go to Windows Mail, go to File then "Import". Follow the instructions and you should be good!
Hook up camera let windows say find new hardware. FOllow the prompts. Acording to Sony Xp has the driver already unless it is a 64 bit. See Below:
The drivers needed to connect most Sony® cameras and camcorders to a computer are already included in the Windows Vista and Windows XP operating systems. With these drivers, you should be able to connect and transfer files to a computer. Note: If the your camera or camcorder is not recognized by the computer when connected, you may need an updated driver.
try start>all programs>accessories>system tools>file and settings transfer wizard... I'm sure it will work across xp and vista. (with settings in particular as files should probably be ok). but that's where I would start.