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+[title] Wifi Setup - Windows
+[* black] Plug the micro USB cable into the USB slot on the (top) middle of your printer.
+[* black] Connect to the printer with YAT, S3D, MatterControl, or carrier pidgeon. Note that you'll need to set the baud rate to 115200 in order to connect. Carrier pigeon baud rates vary by vendor.
+[* black] Send the following Gcode to the printer: ***M552 S0*** Then send: ***M587 S"your-network-ssid" P"your-network-password"***
+[* black] Send: ***M552 S1*** and after a few seconds, you should see a confirmation that you're connected, along with the IP address of your printer. Write the IP address down, you'll use it in the next steps
+[* black] Make sure your printer is close to your Wifi Router. If you a getting a lot of AJAX disconnected errors, it's probably because the printer can't talk to your wifi reliably. Keep the distance between them to a minimum.
+[* icon_note] The SD card can become partially unseated in shipping. It is highly recommended to remove it (push it in until you hear the click, then it'll come out) and put it back in (push until you hear the click) before you get too far into the setup.

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