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Laptop to access printer wireless

I have a PC with a HP printer connected with a cable and this same PC connected with a cable to a DSL ATT modem and this modem is also wireless so my Laptop can get enternet. How can I get my Laptop to work with the printer not being connected to it from another room.

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First, can your labtop see your other computer on the network. If it cannot see the other computer you will not be able to print from your laptop. I had a lot of troublel with this until I purchased a program called Network Magic from www.purenetworks.com. It was easy to install and made setting up my network and shared printers easy. It cost $30.00 and is worth every penny.

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