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Hello,
I have a desktop running Xp and a Laptop Running ME, I a sharing my Broadband with a Lynksys Wireless Access Point/Router model# BEFW11S4 and the Laptop has the Wireless Ntwork PC Card.
I want to be able to print from the laptop to my printers.
Can this be done with the hardware I have or will I need additional harware ?
If nothing is needed then can someone guide me how to set this up with the 2 PC's?

Thanks for the help..
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