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I think the problem is that you have to restart your wireless router and wait a while for it to boot, after it has boot, you will also need to reinstall the printer driver on your laptop and makesure you restart your system after this to ensure that the driver is well installed.
You can now try connect your laptop with the wireless router and ensure that your system sees the printer and try to print.
I believe you should be able to print.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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