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My acer 5738Z cannot access any webpage when i plug usb printer. Are there any conflict between lan port and usb printer? In vista and windows 7 is the same problem? I'm not try it with win xp yet? Anyone know this issue and how to resolve it?

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You have to install the right driver for the peripheral- Printer, for Vista OS or windows 7, and possibly check for updates..

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