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Norton Virus Update Conflicts With Wireless Print Sever


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#1 codajohn

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Posted 16 August 2005 - 09:36 AM

Hello Folks,
It seems the latest Norton Update has a conflict with my wireless Linksys Print Server. :thumbsup:

This Saturday past I went to print from my laptop. The error message was "Print Server not able to Print" or something similar. After trying a few different things nothing worked. My desktop which is connected to the print server via wireless still printed. After calling Linksys, and re-installing the print sever software everything was OK.
Today after updating Norton on my desktop the same problem happened. Re-installing the software for the wireless print sever will probavly be the course of action. I'm going to call Linksys anyway.
Just thought I would give a heads up to this problem just in case anyone else has the same problem
Dell Inspiron 9100 Laptop, Windows XP Home SP 2, 2.80 gh Pent 4, ST94811A 40.01 GB, External 250 GB Maxtor HD, 2GB Ram, NEC DVD+RW ND-6100A, External LG-5163D, ATI MOBILITY RADEON 9700

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