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The router doesn't send signals to a printer. The Linksys transmits a radio signal recieved by the wireless adapters on other devices, if your printer has wireless compatibility it must be setup on the printer, in the wireless settings. I don't think it's a Linksys issue. It a computer software issue. If you post the Computer Make, Model, and your OS, the Printer Make, mode,l I will try to help you. Is this the first time using the Printer?
if it is like my Aspire7110..it is compatible with bluetooth...but has no reciever or transmitter...it only has the capability handling software drivers to accomodate functioning with bluetooth..you may need to either add a peripheral USB device to send and recieve bluetooth signal...or do a search of internal hardware and enable the hardware that allows it to function... ...let me caution you though on using multiple types radio signals for sending and recieving DATA. at the same time....it seems to carry the possibility of confusing WI_FI signals and other wireless instruments that you may be utilizing...so it may be a good idea to disable your wireless during the time that you are utilizing bluetooth..(just a suggestion)...
enjoy your bluetooth experience..lol
Check if you are sending the signal to the external monitor. On my laptop with Windows 7, I can right click on an open section of the desktop and choose Graphics Properties. In this window, I can choose to send the display to the laptop's internal monitor, the external monitor or both. Pressing Crtl-Alt-F1 will force the video onto the external monitor on the fly (Crtl-Alt-F3 goes back to the laptop's screen).
When I have added a second monitor to a desktop, I needed to reboot and allow new hardware to be found before the related Screen Resolution (right click on the desktop again) let me find the second monitor and choose if this was a duplicate or extended screen.
Either your thinkpad is not sending out the signals or have weak signals to pick up the network. Go over the settings make sure its set up right. See if the thinkpad recieve any signals any at all from any where..