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Printer problem Dialog window pops up while desktop screen appears, before wireless connection is completed "Printer Card Transfer Monitor" need to shut down. No help or options to repair, yes , no, cancel, or o.k. just "X" or "close"

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You have asked this same question under a different name several times or you are copying someones question. Please do not do this and clarify your question. Asking a question several times by a different name is only going to clog the FIXYA system.
You have not given enough information for this to be solved. What O.S. is this? Have you tried to install the drivers again and have you updated the drivers? What kind of printer is this? Make and model number.

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Click "Start" on your Windows desktop. Navigate through "All Programs" and "Gateway." Click on "Gateway Recovery Management."



Click "Restore" when the Gateway Recovery Management window pops up, which will take the system back to the default factory specifications.

A box will pop up asking for confirmation, click "Yes" and then "Start." You may have to enter a password as well, but only if your particular Gateway had a password set.



Wait for the computer to restart. A "Restore from factory default" box will appear, requiring you to click "Next" twice in a row. Click "OK" in the box that appears next, and wait for the hard drive partition to be created.

The factory default installation will then be moved over to the hard drive.



Click "OK" in the box that appears and wait for a second Gateway restart.

Several minutes will pass as Windows "starts for the first time."

When restarting finally finishes, a "Set Up Windows" dialog box will appear. Click "Next," followed by checking the license agreement box, and then "Next" again.



Enter a user name and picture, if desired, and a computer name. Also, customize the background wallpaper for your desktop, optionally. Click "Next."



Click "Use Recommended Settings" on the Protect Windows-based dialog box that pops up.



Set your correct date and time settings in the next box. Select your location in the following screen. Click "Next," followed by "Start" to finish.



Wait while Windows checks for your individual Gateway computer specifications and adjusts accordingly.

This will likely take several minutes, so leaving your computer for a short time is fine.

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How to Configure a Wireless Printer Wireless printers typically come with a...


How to Configure a Wireless Printer

Wireless printers typically come with a transmitter that a laptop, with a wireless adapter, can connect to and print from any location in a home. In order to configure a wireless printer you will need to install the drivers and software from the installation CD that came with the printer. You will be able to run the configuration for the printer driver, for the laptop, at the end of the software installation.

  1. Insert the installation disc for your wireless printer into the drive on your laptop computer.
  2. Wait for the Installation Wizard to appear.
  3. Click the "Next" button to continue and go through each screen to install the software for the printer.
  4. Select the option to "Configure printer driver now" on the last screen of the Installation Wizard.
  5. Click the "OK" button when the Information dialog box appears.
  6. Select the printer port for your printer when the Printer Port Setup dialog box appears.
  7. Click the "OK" button when the "addport" dialog box appears.
  8. Click the "Next" button to continue.
  9. Select your wireless printer from the list of installed printers when the Add Printer Wizard window appears.
  10. Click the "Next" button to continue.
  11. Click the "Connect" button when the Configure Printer Port dialog box appears.
  12. Wait for a connection to be made with the wireless printer and then click the "Finish" button to exit the Add Printer Wizard dialog box.
  13. Repeat this process on each computer that you want to connect to the wireless printer.

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Computer unable to communicate with wireless printer


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If you can't connect to your wireless printer, you may have the wrong driver installed. Printer drivers are updated when new versions of operating systems are released, or when security updates are necessary. If you're trying to connect a new wireless printer, check the manufacturer's website to find out if a new driver has been released for your model number and operating system.

Download the latest print driver to your desktop. Print drivers allow the computer and printer to communicate, so the wrong driver will make connectivity impossible.

Go to "All Programs" in the Start menu. Find your wireless printer and right-click to select "Uninstall." The driver will be uninstalled. Close out the programs window.

Double-click the new driver on your desktop to unzip and install it. This should take only a second, and you may not see any dialog box or pop-up menu.

Open a document and choose "File" and "Print." The print dialog box will open.

Click "Add a printer." The add printer wizard will begin. Browse to the driver you just installed and select it when prompted.

Print the document you opened. It should print to the wireless printer. You can click the "Make default printer" box before you print if you want.

Install the driver in the same manner on all the other network computers. You can copy the driver onto a flash drive and copy it from computer to computer to avoid downloading it multiple times.


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Dell Wireless 5620 (EV-DO-HSPA) Mobile Broadband Mini-Card


Hi,

Here's the link to download the driver.

http://support.us.dell.com/support/downloads/download.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=gen&releaseid=R269884&formatcnt=0&libid=0&typeid=-1&dateid=-1&formatid=-1&source=-1&fileid=397433

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1.Click Download Now, to download the file.
2.When the File Download window appears, click Save this program to
disk (Windows XP users, click Save) and click OK. The Save In: window
appears.
3.From the Save In: field, click the down arrow then click to
select Desktop and click Save. The file will download to your desktop.
4.If the Download Complete window appears, click Close. The file
name icon appears on your desktop.

Install
1.Double-click the new icon on the desktop labeled DELL_WIRELESS-5620-EVDO-HSPA_A08_R269884.exe.
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2.Click OK or Continue.
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3.Leave all of the default settings and click Unzip or OK. If the
directory doesn't exist, you'll be prompted to create one. Click Yes. A
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How to conect a printer


Install a printer on a home network

There are two basic ways to make a printer available to the PCs on your home network:

  • Attach it directly to one computer and share it with all the others on a network.

  • Connect the printer as a stand-alone device on the network itself.

This article explains how to do both in Windows. However, you should always first consult the information that came with your model for specific installation and setup instructions.
Setting up a shared printer

Traditionally, the most common way to make a printer available to a home network has been to connect it to one of the PCs and then tell Windows to share it. This is called a shared printer.

The advantage of sharing a printer is that it works with any USB printer. The downside? The host PC always has to be powered up, otherwise the rest of the network won't be able to access the shared printer.

In previous versions of Windows, setting up a shared printer could sometimes be tricky. But a new home networking feature in Windows 7 called HomeGroup has greatly simplified the process.

When a network is set up as a homegroup, printers and certain files are automatically shared. (To learn more about what homegroups do and how to use them, go to the Windows website and search for "HomeGroup: Recommended links.")

If you've already set up a homegroup and want to access a shared printer from another homegroup PC, just follow these steps:
To manually connect to a homegroup printer

  1. On the computer the printer is physically connected to, click the Start button ?id=4f6cbd09-148c-4dd8-b1f2-48f232a2fd33, click Control Panel, type homegroup in the search box, and then click HomeGroup.

  2. Make sure the Printers check box is selected. (If not, select it, and then click Save changes.)

  3. Go to the computer you want to print from.

  4. Click to open HomeGroup.

  5. Click Install printer.

  6. If you don't already have a driver installed for the printer, click Install driver in the dialog box that appears.
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    • After the printer is installed, you can access it through the Print dialog box in any program, just like a printer that's directly connected to your computer. The computer that the printer is connected to must be turned on to use the printer.

Setting up a network printer

Network printers-devices designed to connect directly to a computer network as a stand-alone device-were once found mostly in large offices. No more.

Printer makers are increasingly offering inexpensive inkjet and laser printers that are designed to serve as network printers on home networks. Network printers have one big advantage over shared printers: they're always available.

There are two common types of network printers: wired and wireless.

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Select Manage.

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Also look under the network adapters, what do you see there?

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try this:
1. download combofix and follow his steps (don not agree with recovery console)
link is here : http://www.combofixdownload.com/

notify me if problem is resolved

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Error message on boot up


I do not understand your question. You did not even give me the kind of printer that this was. Try reloading your printer drivers and clear anything that you have tried to print from the printer.
I can't fix this for you, but if I helped you get it fixed, please rate it as a fixya not a helpful rating. These ratings let me be allowed to help you and others in the future.

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Error message after start up of Gateway Laptop


Neither of you have given the Printer Make and Model number. We can not help without this. This seems to be going around in circles on the board and asked different ways by different people. I have seen this at least 3 times now.

Apr 26, 2008 | Gateway MX6920 Notebook

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