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Yes, XP Pro SP2 tends to give a network or browsing issue. Check proxy server settings as well or Apply the DNS staticly to the Wireless Network Adapter's TCP/IP properties and see what happens???
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communication issues could be due to wireless signal quality, signal
interference, firewall, etc. Make sure your printer is positioned where it
receives excellent wireless signal strength (avoid physical obstructions
whenever possible) and away from appliances which emit wireless signals (e.g.
microwave ovens, cordless telephones, baby monitors, and other wireless
electronics) that may cause interference. Make sure to allow full
access to all Lexmark software and printer communication processes in the program
rules/permissions for your firewall.
You may also refer to these articles from the Lexmark website to identify and rectify this problem:
I hope this helps.
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