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Wi-fi link Canon Pixma MP600 to laptop

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by sinbadqrm, Oct 4, 2008.

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  1. sinbadqrm

    sinbadqrm Thread Starter

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    Hallo - am jjust a beginner, well pushing 70, but but am now out of my depth so if anyone can help would be most grateful

    Just bought a Canon Pixma MP600R and a HP DV9823EA laptop which runs on Vista

    I also have a PC - MAXDATA which is about a year old.

    I have managed to make the Wi-Fi link between the PC and Canon but try as I might I cannot link the laptop. I followed the instructions - search but cannot find


    Thanks
     
  2. TerryNet

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    Suggest you click on Edit at the lower right of your post and edit out your email address--else you're going to be pushing a lot of spam out of your inbox. :)

    Please start by describing your network. It sounds like you are trying to set up an ad-hoc wireless network among your two PCs and a printer. But I'm wondering if you really have a router or anything else involved.
     
  3. sinbadqrm

    sinbadqrm Thread Starter

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    Hallo and thank y ou for your quick response. I do have a router - its a Belkin - my wife has a pc which she is able to get onto the web even when mh pc if off.

    Again thanks for your time -in my youthy we had a nib on the end of a pice of wood and used ink which had been made from powder and water - Ah them were the days LOL!!
     
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