I know, I know, why would anyone want to share anything between Windows 98 (first edition, no less) and Windows XP Home? Well, my girlfriend's parents have a Win98 machine connected to a Canon Multipass printer/fax/copier. They recently got a laptop with WinXP Home on it. The laptop has wireless, so they bought a wireless router along with it to network the two computers. But, they could never figure out how to share files and the printer and all that, so they asked for my help. I was able to successfully set up shares on both computers. I was also able to share the printer. The problem is, I'm not able to print from the laptop. Every time I try to print a test page, I get an error message that says "Test page failed to print." Some pertinent information: the Win98 machine is running Norton Internet Security, which was the reason they could not share files before. Fixed that for file sharing. File and printer sharing and Client for Microsoft Windows are both installed and enabled on the Win98 machine. The laptop sees the printer over the network. I was able to print from the laptop using "net use lpt2 \\server\printer". Anyone have any ideas? Let me know if you need more info. Thanks in advance. I won't be going up to their house in a while, so I've got some time to try to research this.