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Is this is a wireless printer - how do I set up a wireless network from my new laptop to the printer?

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Yes your printer is wireless, there're two ways to connect it wirelessly, 1. Ad-Hoc Mode and 2. Infrastructure Mode.

Your can check out the complete tutorials here..

1. Infrastructure Mode wireless setup (recommended)


2. Ad-Hoc Mode Wireless connection

If you need further help, let me know.


Good luck.

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