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How undo technician's "corrections" so I can print??

A technician has recently disconnected my network (router), & I am unable to print, as my printer is networked.

I attempted to undo what he did via the cabling, but this did nothing to solve the problem.

Is it possible to print without the networked printer, and without great technical intervention?

If not, what must I do to enable me to print?

The material I wish to print is from my web-based software.

Thanks.

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You've left out everything!

What tech?

Who's network?

What OS?

Print to what?

I could go on.

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How undo technician's "corrections" so I can print??
i) What tech?
Not sure what you mean by this?

ii) Who's network?
My home network

iii) What OS?
XP 32 bit, SP 2 (I think)

iv) Print to what?
my laser printer-HP laserjet 1015

v) Any other details I can supply you?

Thanks.
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Let's try again . . .

Why did this unknown technician person disconnect your router? Can you not just put it back?

You're being very cryptic here. Tell us, from start to finish, the reason(s) your home network has been changed. If this is not possible, just plug the printer into the PC.

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