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Wireless network to connect my Imac Leopard and my HP laptop running Vista Home Premium. I use my netgear MR814 Router. My Imac is in the living room, My laptop is in the masters bed room, and my router is hidden in the guest room. So no cables are linking both computer. Now i can file share (thanks to you guys) access internet with my current setup perfectly. Now i dont know how to print from my Imac. My Printer is HP Deskjet F4180 which is attached to my HP laptop via USB. I want my Imac 2.66 GHz Leopard to print on that printer. Hope You guys understand my question.
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