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wireless printer.


bonmol

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this cant be right-if im connected to SKY ,my wireless printer is un-connected,if i want to connect to printer,i have to disconnest from SKY, so i want to be connected to both ,at the same time.how is it done.

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mgmcc

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It sounds as though the printer hasn't been set up correctly so that it connects to the router. Therefore, your PC's Wireless Network Adapter, which can only connect to one device at a time, has to connect to either the router or the printer. It should only need to connect to the router.

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