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My Lexmark x2600 series printer will not communicate with my Dell Inspiron 1721 laptop. The computer doesn't recognize the USB connection. However the same printer and same USB connector works on other computers. Any my computer recognizes other USB connectors and printers.

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The whole problem seemed to be tied up with McAfee antivirus. It seems that this program runs its own firewall settings that sometimes interfere with the computer's communication. Once this program was removed and another antivirus installed, but problem was resolved.

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