Solved 64bit windows 7 sharing printer but win xp32 can't connect Tags: Configuration Windows 7 Connection Printers Windows XP Last response: July 23, 2012 2:17 AM in Windows 7 Share psears July 16, 2012 1:41:06 AM Hello, i have a windows 7 64 bit machine sharing a printer. the xp laptop tries to connect but gets a request for id and pw to connect to the win 7 machine. More about : 64bit windows sharing printer win xp32 connect Best solution Hawkeye22 a b $ Windows 7 July 16, 2012 3:28:38 PM Make sure all your acounts use passwords. Under advanced sharing, if you're sharing ONLY between Windows 7 PCs, turn on the 128 bit encryption, otherwise use the 40 and 56 bit encryption. In your case set it to use 40 and 56 bit encryption. psears July 23, 2012 2:17:10 AM Best answer selected by psears. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: Forum64bit Windows 7 Sharing Printer With 32bit Windows XP ForumSharing a Printer : new 64-bit Win 7 pc and an old 32-bit Vista pc Forum64bit Windows 7 Sharing Printer With 32bit Windows XP ForumPrinter Sharing from Win7 64bit to XP32bit ForumPrinter Sharing Windows 7 64 and XP 32 Bit ForumSharing a Printer : new 64-bit Win 7 pc and an old 32-bit XP pc ForumWin7 -64 VelociRaptors in RAID0 / XP-32 WD Caviar Blue 640GB ForumWindows 7 on wired computer prevents wireless connections to router ForumProblem with Sharing a Canon printer from Win7 32 to 64 ForumWill windows 7 64 bit and XP 32 bit dual boot ForumRealtek PCIe FE Losing Connectivity in Win 7 Home 64-bit Forum2 Win7 64bit PCs 1 SONY printer ForumWin 7 cant install additional 32 bit win xp print drivers for shared printer ForumWhy did Bill Gates invent Windows? ForumI need to install a image of windows on a hardrive externally help ForumAudio driver for optilex gx620 using windows seven ForumDell gx280 vga driver for windows 7 free download ForumCan't install windows 7 OS ForumNew PC Build: another Windows 7 install freeze ForumCan you uninstall an oem version of windows and install your own purch More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !