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Setting up my printer to work WiFi


Daisy22

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Hello all, what might be a very simple procedure for most is a complicated set up for me! I have a Canon Pixma MG5200 Printer/Scanner, to work with an Acer Aspire 7551G. The Wifi for my laptop is through a router. When I insert the CD Rom it asks if I want to set up via USB or Wifi, but it can't detect any network. The router is a Cisco Linksys.

I suppose my question is how do I set up a network with my laptop & printer?

Thanks all

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onthelimit1

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Some software here may help?link text

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Woolwell

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Canon Wireless Setup

1: http://www.canon-europe.com/Support/ConsumerProducts/products/FaxMultifunctionals/InkJet/PIXMAMGseries/PIXMAMG5250.aspx?faqtcmuri=tcm:13-776467&page=1&type=faq#Wireless Connection Connecting the Machine to the Network (Initial Setup)

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Woolwell

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Try this insteadlink text

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Woolwell

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Hm still doesn't work!

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onthelimit1

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Woolwell. I had some problems getting it to work too!

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Daisy22

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Thx to all this is now resolved

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