LLTD Responder won't install

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Lu Powell, May 20, 2008.

  1. Lu Powell

    Lu Powell Guest

    Today, I hooked up my new HP laptop running Vista Home Premium (64bit).
    I have two other 32 bit computers I want to network, each of them
    running XP with SP2 and SP3.

    Finding the existing internet connection on my XP desktop was a snap.
    However, I can't see the other computers. Microsoft says I need to
    install LLTD Responder protocol on the XP machines.

    I downloaded the protocol form Microsoft. So far, so good.

    When I try to install on the XP SP3 machine, the program aborts, stating
    my SP version doesn't need the file.

    Now what do I do?

    Thanks for your help.
     
    Lu Powell, May 20, 2008
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  2. I think SP3 for XP actually already includes it (I'm not sure as I already
    had it installed long before I installed SP3). You should be able to see it
    in the Properties of your WLAN/LAN connection in Network Connections.

    ss.
     
    Synapse Syndrome, May 20, 2008
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  3. Oh, by the way, I found a way to install the LLTD Responder on Windows
    Server 2003 as well, if anybody is interested. It completes the picture on
    my network map quite nicely.

    ss.
     
    Synapse Syndrome, May 20, 2008
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  4. Lu Powell

    PaulB Guest

    I had this same problem and am still trying to get Microsoft support to
    determine why it does not seem to be in SP3 like they say.
    However, I found two ways to deal with it.
    1. If you install the LLTD before you install SP3, it works fine.

    2. After installing SP3 or when you do a fresh install of XP SP3, even
    though the protocol won't self install you can install it youself by first
    extracting the files from the windowsXP-KB922120-v5-ENU.exe file. See this
    article.
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/828030

    In the folder where you extract to you will find a folder SP2QFE.
    Open this and you will find the required files.


    Then copy the rspndr.sys to C:\Windows\System32\Drivers folder,
    rspndr.exe to C:\Windows\System32 folder.
    rspndr.inf (inside ip folder) to C:\Windows\Inf folder
    Then open a Command prompt and navigate to the C:\Windows\System32 folder
    and type rspndr.exe -i This will install the LLTD responder.
     
    PaulB, May 21, 2008
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  5. Lu Powell

    Lu Powell Guest

    That install did the trick. Thanks.


     
    Lu Powell, May 21, 2008
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  6. Lu Powell

    PaulB Guest

    You are welcome.
    --
    Paul


     
    PaulB, May 21, 2008
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  7. Lu Powell

    TrackerX55 Guest

    I have the same problem, but when I attempt to install the LLTD it errors with:

    pINetCfgClassSetup->Install failed to install MS_RSPNDR: 800f0203
    Failed to install lltd driver

    Any Ideas?
     
    TrackerX55, May 25, 2008
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  8. Lu Powell

    PaulB Guest

    I originally had that problem because I forgot to copy the rspndr.inf file to
    the Windows Inf folder.
     
    PaulB, May 25, 2008
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  9. Lu Powell

    TrackerX55 Guest

    that did the trick
    Thank you


     
    TrackerX55, May 25, 2008
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  10. Lu Powell

    PaulB Guest

    You are welcome.
    --
    Paul


     
    PaulB, May 25, 2008
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  11. Lu Powell

    JJI Guest

    Hi,- I would love to know how you did server 2003.
     
    JJI, Aug 22, 2008
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  12. Lu Powell

    al.purdon39 Guest

    First, I'd like to thank those who provided the info to install th
    responder manually. My config is off of a Verizon FIOS: PC7 is a lapto
    Vista Home Prem SP1, PC3 is a laptop XP Tablet PC 2005 SP3, PC6 is
    desktop XP Pro SP2, PC5 is a desktop XP Pro SP3. The non-vista PCs se
    each other and can map to each other, they still show the Vista PC i
    the Microsoft Network List, but gets not-permitted when trying to map.
    On the Vista machine the full network map shows all PCs, but don't sho
    anywhere else for mapping.

    Basically HELP !
     
    al.purdon39, Nov 18, 2008
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  13. Lu Powell

    goosjein Guest

    Thank you for this thread, my problem got partially solved by this
    The Vista Laptop does recognise the Xp one and now I can use th
    printer. (very important :)

    The XP computer can't acces the Vista one but I wil keep working at i
    maybe a litttle problem still

    Thanks and greetings
    Ing
     
    goosjein, Jan 21, 2009
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  14. Lu Powell

    Barb Guest

    try running the "Network Setup Wizard" on the XP computer.
     
    Barb, Feb 1, 2009
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