wireless connection of older printers

  Nogueras 10:43 09 Jul 11

Is it possible to buy a device which will allow my old usb printer to pick up my router signals? This will allow my two laptops to print directly, without having the main PC switched on, which is wired to the printer. Thanks for any ideas.

  Woolwell 11:25 09 Jul 11

A wireless printer server should do it. Others will be able to advise how. Which printer and which OS?

  northumbria61 11:51 09 Jul 11

Print Server required - make your choice from here - read the reviews or alternatively contact E-Buyer for advice for your Printer. link" target="_blank">http://www.ebuyer.com/search?q=print+server">link text

  northumbria61 11:58 09 Jul 11
  northumbria61 12:00 09 Jul 11

It appears the LINKS aren't working very well at the moment (not for me anyway) - you may have to "copy & paste"

  retep888™ 12:22 09 Jul 11

Other than buying a printer server, you can buy a brand new wireless printer http://www.ebuyer.com/product/220269 or a networkable printer " target="_blank">http://ebuyer.com/product/170103">click here which you can connect to your wireless router by ethernet cable and print from anywhere.

  retep888™ 12:25 09 Jul 11
  Woolwell 13:13 09 Jul 11


We are back to copy and paste but unless you read FE's post in Speaker's Corner you would not know.

  Strawballs 14:18 09 Jul 11
  Strawballs 14:19 09 Jul 11

No Hyperlinks not working at the moment

  Strawballs 14:19 09 Jul 11

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