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This has been a problem since the SP3 update. Worked great until that. It will work on USB cable cut not wireless. I tried many suggestions form the web but so far nothing has helped. Can anyone help?

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  • cybor462 Sep 09, 2009

    Printer will not print wireless since the SP3 Windows update. WIll print USB but not wifi. The router has the MAC address of the printer which worked before the SP3 Update but since it has to be hooked to a cable.

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It is problem driver support
sp3 not support all hardware

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

  • Sazeed Computer
    Sazeed Computer Sep 11, 2009

    it is problem printer configure

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