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Problem with mapping network location - network printer

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March 10, 2010 7:35:57 PM

Hello!
I added a printer to my network (hp c5180) via ethernet cable. But problem accords when I try to map a network location (card reader 5in1 or sth like that, is used to read SD, xD, ms cards used in cameras) from which I d like to copy images, files in explorer without extra software from HP. After I installed drivers for printer, it automatically map a network location but when I try to open it or connect to that location I get an error:

"Access code is invalid"
The network path is "\\192.168.1.9\Memory_card"
I copied this link in to my internet browser (in this case its g Chrome) and I was able to connect to the network location:

Its strange because all of XP based computers can easily connect, problem is only with windows 7 based computers.
Somewhere I found that this could be repaired with changing: (below)
Quote:

1. Open the Administrative Tools in the Control Panel
2. Open the Local Security Policy
3. Select the Security Option under Local Policies
4. Choose Send LM & NTLM responses in Network security: LAN

or in reg:
Quote:
In Windows 7, we can set the following Registry key “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Contr ol\Lsa\LMCompatibilityLevel” to “1”.

But this solutions dont work in my case.

Does somebody know hot to fix this and what is causing it??
Ty for reply :o 
July 7, 2011 7:50:25 AM

Hi,

You need to choose compatible driver in Windows 7.

First, you have to click the ‘Start’ button and select and ‘All Programs’.

Then, go to ‘Accessories’ and select ‘System Tools’ and then click ‘System Information’.

Then, you have to select the ‘System Summary’ and then review the OS Name and System type to find out which version of operating system you are running.

Then, accordingly choose the network printer driver for your computer.


Get more information to fix Windows 7 Network Printer Configuration :

http://printers.iyogi.com/problems/network-printer-problem-windows-7.html

Hope this helps you. :hello: 
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