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Lexmark X4550 Printer Not Working Wireless Directly To My Macbook


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#1 Sephirothdotcom

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Posted 27 August 2008 - 02:45 PM

I recently moved all my stuff into my dorm this fall for college. The printer i have is a Lexmark x4550, and normally worked fine wirelessly at home because of my wireless router, it would just connect to the netowrk and all computers would be able to use it. We aren't aloud to set up mini wireless routers here on campus, so i need help on setting it up so i can print directly from laptop to printer wirelessly. The Manuel didn't help much and gave vague help on the Mac parts, I am running Mac OS X. If there is anyone anyone can do i would greatly appreciate it.

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Posted 27 August 2008 - 06:19 PM

I know nothing about Macs. Have you tried the college's IT department?
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