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Wireless networking for XP.....


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m_patient

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The overgrown paperweight i call a pc is making me very unhappy.

I set up a wireless network for a home based buisiness that consists of 3 machines, all running XP, and 2 printers. The host machine is wired to the network router and the shared printer....so, hypothetically, i should be able to print from it.

Hypothesis' are overrated anyway.

Basically, I've tried every conceivable combination of configs and fixes and can't get the damned printer to do any-fu*&-ing-thing. THe real kicker is that it printed twice earlier....and not a damned thing has changed since then.....and i know that for a fact.

I do this for a living, all day long, and my brain hurts. SO, can someone donate some energy so my head can power down fer a minute?

don't make me beg.
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http://www.geekstogo...howtopic=102163 go through those and make sure you've followed all t hose steps
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you should also pm ukbiker to reopen this thread http://www.geekstogo...opic=102538&hl= and finish that
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