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Is it set up to be wireless? Is there a wireless card installed inside the desktop or are you using a wireless device that you use in one of the usb ports? Do you have a wireless router? Now that we've covered the basic requirements let's see if we can find a solution. Most desktops don't come with the ability to connect wirelessly out of the box. Normally you have to installed a wirelesss device either by using a pci wireless adapter that you istall inside the computer or a usb type adapter that you plug into a usb port. No matter which type you use you should have been given a software disk that contains the driver and the utility that controls the wireless device. You can connect either using the wireless utility software that should be on your desktop or under your programs list. Or you can connect using windows (windows comes with the ability to connect wireless once an adapter is installed) zero config. Normally your wireless utility software will have an option to either let it control your wireless connection or to let windows control the connection. I would try both options if I were you. Make sure you can see your wireless router in the list of available wireless networks. Find your network and click Connect. If it requires a password it will prompt you for it. Now if you notice your connection just continously polling trying to connect that means you put the password in wrong. You will never connect if you don't put the password in exactly right.
You aren't giving a lot of details here, but let's try a couple of things to see if we can clear this up. I am working from the assumption that you are talking about wireless printing, and am going to recommend that you try a test page with the laptop hooked to the printer by the USB cable. Are the results the same? If so, is the print clear when you print a test page from the printer's own maintenance menu? If so the problem is either the paper (moisture content) or the way in which the paper is being presented to the print head (possibly rubbing it a bit - again not enough info one the problem). If the smudging only occurs when printing from the laptop, be certain that you have the correct drivers installed.
install new driver , search for it.
try a different cable for the printer, are you routing it from the scanner ? work the scanner.
go to trouble shooting see what it says.
go to adifferent port.
print a test page from the PC.
security setings from pc to router??????????
U have to install either a wired print server and cable to pc - router - server, or install a wireless print server. follow installation instructions to install. The printer has to have an IP address to be shared.