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Needing the down load program for my

Wireless-G print server. I had a problem with my disc player and it distroyed my dis. I can't conect my print server to my wireless G 2.4 broadband router. Can you help me with this problem?

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Re: needing the down load program for my

The manufacturer and model information for the print server and broadband router would assist in attempting to resolve this issue. If you can provide this information I will attempt to assist.

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