How can my Lexmark all in one become WIRELESS with my new Gateway Notebook #PA6A #MX8734 ?

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Can my Lexmark All in One Printer #X6170 become WIRELESS to work with my Gateway Notebook #PA6A #MX8734 using Vista? If so, how or what do I buy? The printer is practically brand new, and I don't want to purchase another printer. My software program is Vista
ASKED: January 28, 2008  5:17 PM
UPDATED: January 28, 2008  8:44 PM

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There are multiple way that you can achive your goal, you can buy a Wireless print server something like a Linksys WPS54G Wireless-G Print Server, USB 2.0, you should be able to google that and find it.
You can go to Tigerdirect.com and type in Wireless print server and you will get quite a few hits.
Or you can get a wireless router if you do not already have one that has the capabilities to connect a USB device.
You might also want to call Lexmark and find out if they make a wireless card for your printer, I know that they make them I just do not know if they make them for your printer model.

Hope this helps.

CG._

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