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wireless network problem


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I can send and receive e-mails. My partner can receive and send emails. I can send my partner an e-mail but she cannot send me an email. We are both using Windows 7 but have different ISPs. This seems to have started about the same time as I was trying but failed to set up a connection between her laptop downstairs and my new Epson SX535WD wireless printer upstairs.

My failure to set up the connection just shows my complete lack of understanding of a wireless network (?) and I’m pretty certain that fiddling around with my computer settings for network and internet trying to set up the connection has caused the email problem but have no idea how to undo what I’ve done.

Can anyone help me sort out the mess and confusion, please?

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Woolwell

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Sorry to correct again. The SX535WD does have an ethernet socket.

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Nontek

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Woolwell

Great, I don't doubt you, but I could not see it on the review I was looking at.

In which case, Yes, a Homeplug would definitely work.

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