Question about HP Officejet 4315 All-in-One Printer
Are these compatible? Do they play well together?
I was given the HP 4315 & would like to print wirelessly from my MacBook OSX Leopard. My wireless router is a Netgear N, and has only ethernet ports. The HP has one USB port, no ethernet.
Do I just need a wireless adapter for the printer? I do pretty well for my age, 66, but I'm stumped. Any suggestions? Thanks, Liz Atlanta
You can accomplish your request two different ways. (Both ways are a little technical and you might need assistance)
1) You can get a wireless adapter for your printer and then configure it as a node. Then print to it as a printer device. (node)
2) (cheaper way) You could connect the printer to a spare pc that is wirelesss. Then share out the printer.
Please feel free to ask any additional questions.
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
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Get the ESP Postscript and the Samsung GDI driver from linuxprinting.org and install the two. Go add a USB printer in the OSX print center, hold the option key to get to the “Advanced Options” and add a “Samsung” printer, chose the ML-1210 driver and you’re done.
here is the link for drivers above http://www.linux-foundation.org/en/OpenPrinting/MacOSX/samsung-gdi
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