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Old October 1st 04, 02:47 AM
Steven
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Hi, I'm looking to get an "all in one" printer for my home. I need one that
can accommodate a print server. I know many AIO's are not compatible with a
3rd party print server. Does anyone currently have a setup where they are
using an AIO printer with a print server? If so what printer & print server
are you using? I need to accommodate 3 computers in our home. Thank you
Steven


 




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