The best wi-fi print server

  pitcairn 11:30 27 Mar 10
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I sometimes use an Aspire netbook using XP which is wireless. Is it possible to connect one of the above to enable the use of my printer which is not wireless?

  ronalddonald 12:24 02 Apr 10

no you cant because the printer ain't wireless

  ronalddonald 12:25 02 Apr 10

you could try googling how do make a printer wireless and c what u get

  iscanut2 12:53 02 Apr 10

You can get USB devices that work as a wireless hub for printers. Not sure who makes them but this might give you an idea
click here

  I am Spartacus 14:06 02 Apr 10

I use a Netgear WGPS606 which is incredibly easy to setup and use click here 10/10 for the software and ease of use.

You have to initially connect it to a PC and printer to set it up but disconnect the cables after you've done so.

The only snag with it is that it doesn't support any higher level of encryption other than WPA-PSK.

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