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TCP/IP Printer Hookup with Vista

TCP/IP Printer Hookup with Vista

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I setup a 4 PC lab here at work for our residents to use.  I had a brand new EMachines computer and bought 3 new Dell PCs.  All have Vista Home Premium.  I also have a nice Lanier network printer.  All 4 computers have been given the Vista net driver for the printer and configured using a TCP/IP port.  The 3 new Dell's print like a charm.  The EMachines will not print to it though.  It can ping the IP of the printer fine, it just won't print.  I have compared EVERYTHING to the Dells and it all matches up.  The TCP/IP port, the port settings, Network and Sharing all match up, I have turned off the firewall and tested, workgroup name matches.  Another odd thing with the Emachines.  On all 4 pcs I have installed AVG AV.  The Dells connected the the update site fine.  The Emachines refuses to connect to the AVG update site.  All other websites are fine.  I even tried turning the firewall off and connecting but to no avail.  I have even doubled checked all the installed Windows services between the Dell and Emachine and they all match.

I'm out of ideas!  You guys think of anything?  

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