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Printer does not seem to recogonize wirelesson computer.

My computer is next to the computer and it does not stay connected as wireless. it takes forev er for the document to go from the computer to the printer. I am surfing the internet while trying to print so I know there is a connection but the printer fails to see it. it blinks on and off.

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If your pc have a wireless adapter consider reconfiguring it with the write parameters,
make sure the printer's wireless ability is okay

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