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Wireless computer works but will not print

The wireless computer works and the printer woked fine, and then it stopped working. expert got it working again, and it's stopped again can you help?

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  • joanziter Nov 16, 2008

    thanks for helping, but I should'nt have to keep doing this, should I?

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Go to Printers and Fax, and removwe and reinstall, and you will be ok, let me know
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