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Printer connection there is no matching socket for the plug on my HP deskjet 6122 printer in my toshiba A210. is there a connector I can buy or do I have to get a new printer (hope not).

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Based on what i see on the printer it can use either a parallel or usb cable. You probably just need to but a usb cable to connect the printer to your laptop rather than the parallel cable you have now.

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