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Wireless Printer Doesn't Work

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#1 Lanscader


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Posted 03 July 2008 - 02:43 PM

I have a Lexmark x4530 wireless printer, and I can't get the wireless functionality to work. The connection light on the front is always orange, and it broadcasts its own Ad-hoc network, but I want to have it connect to my home wireless network. I have been able to access the printer's configuration page from the network before, but I've never been able to print.

On the note of my wireless network, I have a Microsoft MN-700 running WPA protection that typically has 5 (+/- 2) devices connecting through it wirelessly (excluding the printer). Could this be part of the problem? I know the MN-700s are rather old, and I don't know if they were designed to handle this many devices, or wireless printers.

So, anyone know how I can make the printer work wirelessly? :thumbsup:

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