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Epson SX600FW Wifi Help Please


andi1872

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Hi guys!

This is my first post so please be gentle with me lol. I have actually read a couple of existing threads on this printer but as other people had replied to those threads with other issues they were told to start their own thread which is what im doing so i don't get told off lol.

I have the Epson SX600FW installed on my desktop running XP by cable but i would really like to be able to use the printer wirelessly from my Windows 7 laptop so i don't have to power up the pc every time i want to print something but i don't know what to do.

Can anyone help please?

Many thanks in advance,

Andi

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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In order to set up the wireless connection, you first have to connect the printer to the computer using the supplied Network Cable as your computer needs to send information regarding your wireless network setup to the printer (Use the Setup CD that comes with the printer) to allow it to connect..

However, once this is done and the settings have been sent, you can disconnect this lead and set up the wireless connection using your WPA or WEP code to make it secure (remember that the codes are case sensitive).

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