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Wireless card???? What wireless card do I need for this printer to make it WI-FI?

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    I have the same problem, as i just got the printer and am unable to print wifi and with a lead.

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I think you can use this wireless card, not sure which printer models it works with though.

http://www.lexmarkonline.co.uk/product_info.php/tab/Customer_reviews/info/p449_Lexmark-N2050-802-11b-g-Wireless-Network-Card.html#tabs

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