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I have a new Assus EEEpc with Windows XP operating system. I have been able to connect through my wireless system (Lynsky's router and modem) to the internet, but I have been unable to connect to my wireless HP printer.

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    Vincent Wright May 11, 2010

    There are two parts to the issue.



    One: Does the printer have an IP address?



    Two: Can your computer see it?





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I cannot connect my new Assus to my home wirleless network (Lynksys router). Can connect to wireless in other settings. Message is there is problem with "renewing IP address."

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Gonna have to setup the printer to connect to the wireless network first. : network name , key, ect need to be set in the printer .

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