P1102w: wireless connection

My laserjet p1102w is no longer connected wireless to my network. It worked last week.

Hey @JSR789,

I see that you are having problems with the printer Laserjet P1102w being connected to your wireless network. I can help you with that. First of all, you need a Windows PC or a Mac to connect the printer to your wireless network. Please let me know if you can get such a device and the operating system on this computer. Once I know that I will be better able to help you.

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