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MY PRINTER SUPPOSE TO PRINT NAME AND ADDRESS, KEEP TELLING ME I NEED A DISK WHAT IT WAS SUPPOSE COME WITH ALL.

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What kind of printer is it? most manufactures on the web have any kind of drivers and such.

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Network installation error access denied on hp lj1020 my printer was working fine. i have installed printer on xp m/c its working fine but when i install it on win7 it give error print spooler error or...


HP says to use the Vista drivers. You have to install it a a local printer follow these steps....


1. Make sure the printer is turned on and connected to your network. Verify that you can access the printer's internal web page by browsing to its IP address before continuing. Print a network config page or make note of the IP address and Name. (should be a static IP)

2. Click >> Start >> Control panel >> Devices and Printers.

3. Click the Add a printer

4. Select Local printer

5. Select Create a new port and select Standard TCP/IP Port and click Next button.

6. Under Device type, select TCP/IP Device. Under Hostname or IP address, enter the printer's host name (found on the printer's network configuration report the generated above). Click Next.
If you get a message about Additional Port Information Required, then the printer was not found using the host name. You can go back and retry or using the printer's IP address instead of the host name.

7. Select HP or Hewlett-Packard from the list of manufacturers and select and select your printer model. Click Next.

If your printer model was not listed, then select Have Disk, browse the HP CD that came with your printer and select the first file that starts with hp and ends with inf.or use currently installed driver if you have teh correct on installed. Click Open then OK. Select your printer model. Click Next.

8. It will ask for the Printer name -- enter a new name or use the existing one. This will be the name of the printer that you select from other applications.


9. You may be asked to share the printer. Make a choice and click Next.
10. The Print Test Page box appears. Go ahead and print it.
11. Click Finish.

Dec 19, 2010 | HP LaserJet 1020 Printer

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Troy 8150 Printer


Yes I beleive you do need the -P

I use this on a HP 8150 I think it is Aust.version of you machine from the look of it

lpr -S 100.100.10.111 -P raw -o c:\temp\output.ps

Getting print q name
Press Menu until INFORMATION MENU appears on the printer display.
2. Press Item until PRINT CONFIGURATION appears on the panel.
3. Press Select to print out a configuration page

2nd page should be listed your print que name

or maybe just type the ip address of printer in browser and look in printers webpage.

Sorry for sketchy answer just trying to help!!

Oct 31, 2007 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Configuring NETGEAR print server PS121 printer port settings manually.


If you can not run the installation software for the print server PS121 on the computer then you can try the below steps to manually configure the printer port settings:


Step 1:-

1. Visit the link below to make sure that the printer is in compatibility list:

http://kbserver.NETGEAR.com/kb_web_files/n101216.asp

2. Make sure that the printer is working in direct connection with the computer.

Step 2:-

1. Now connect the printer to the USB port of the printserver and then the Ethernet cable from the router to the Printserver Ethernet port.
2. Press the DIAGNOSTIC tool button on the printserver for 10 sec (All the lights will blink amber), you will receive a print page with Port name,Ip address of the printer and other details.
3. The ip address will be given from the router. If there is no ip address then powercycle the router, printserver and the printer. Press the diagnostic tool button again.

Configure printer port settings on XP computer:

1. Go to control panel then go to printer and faxes.
2. Right click on the printer icon go to properties.
3. Click on the ports tab on the top.
4. Click on add port.
5. Select standard TCP/IP port and click on new port.
6. Press next.
7. Enter the IP address of the print server it will show you the port (IP_ip address).
8. Press next.
9. Select the second option custom and click on settings button.
10. Select the protocol as LPR; enter the queue name as q1.
11. Select LPR byte counting enable.
12. Click on ok and press next then click on finish.

Configure printer port settings on VISTA computer:

1. Please confirm you are able to print by connecting the printer to the Vista computer directly.
2. Click Start - select Control Panel then switch it to Classic View from left side.
3. Double click on Printers & Click on 'Add a Printer'.
4. Select 'Add a local printer' & Click next.
5. Select 'Create a new port'.
6. Select 'Standard TCP/IP Port' as 'Type of port' then click 'Next'
7. Enter the IP Address of the Print Server in the 'Hostname or IP address' field.
8. Uncheck 'Query the printer and automatically select the driver to use' & Cilck next.
9. Select 'Custom' then Click on 'Settings' on the next dialogue box.
10. On the next dialogue box, select 'LPR' as the 'Protocol'.
11. Under the LPR Settings put in any name for the 'Queue Name'.
12. Check 'LPR Byte Counting Enabled' then click on OK and next.
13. Select the Manufacturer and the Model Number of the printer. If it is not available then click on 'Have Disk'. Click 'Next'.
14. Check 'Set as the default printer' and click next.
15. Try to print test page, it'll print.

These steps will help manually configure the printer port settings on the computer.

on Feb 10, 2010 | NetGear PS121 Print Server

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How do i set up my wireless canon printer to my laptop? I keep getting messages saying can't find the printer.


Difficulty: Moderately Easy
Instructions
Things You'll Need: · Wireless print server
· USB printer
· Ethernet cable
· Computer
1. Step 1
Obtain a wireless print server that is compatible with both your wireless network and your printer. While the printer’s documentation may not explicitly say that it is compatible with a print sever, many are compatible, and this can be verified by checking the website of the print server’s manufacturer. If you have a multifunction printer, only the print function will work with most wireless print servers, though a few have recently added support for scanning and the printer’s other functions.
Step 2 Read all of the documentation that came with the wireless print server. The manual will detail the specifics of the installation routine.
Step 3 Connect the printer to the wireless print server via the USB cable. Connect the print server’s Ac adapter and turn the unit on.
Step 4 Connect an Ethernet cable between the wireless print server and your computer. This will be used for the initial setup only.
Step 5 Insert the CD supplied with the print server into your CD-Rom drive. Start the software if it does not start automatically. The application will walk you through the installation process, which includes setting the unit’s IP address, setting an access password, configuring it to connect to the wireless network, installing the drivers that allow the print server to use the printer and installing the print drivers on your computers.
Step 6 Choose how your print server will be addressed. Most units are set up to use dynamic addressing by default, which means that your wireless router will assign an IP address to it. This allows the server to be easily installed on the network, but it also means that the IP address of the printer may change over time. The other option is to assign a static IP address to your print server. This option is more reliable, because the print server will always use the same IP address, making it easier for the computers to find the printer and easier to access the print server’s online configuration application. If your router has the IP address of 192.168.0.1, for instance, set the print server to something like 192.168.0.2 or 192.168.0.3, as long as another device does not use that address.
Step 7
Set a password to be used to access the unit’s online configuration application.
Step 8 Configure the print server to access your wireless network. Give it the same SSID network name as your router and set it to use the same wireless channel. If encryption is used on the router, enable encryption on the print server, and enter the encryption key or password.
Step 9 Follow the instructions given by the print server’s software for installing printer drivers on the unit.
Step 10
Disconnect the Ethernet cable and allow the unit to connect via the wireless network.
Step 11 Install the printing drivers on each computer that will use the printer.
Step 12 Access the print server’s online configuration application to verify all settings by entering the IP address of the unit into a web browser, using the “http://192.168.0.2” format. Enter the administrator name and password.
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Print server was turned on today and doesn't recognize printer. It has worked witout a problem for over a year when we switched to a newer print server program


HI, Follow the steps below to reconfigure the print server:

1. Now connect the printer to the USB port of the printserver and then the ethernet cable from the router to the Printserver ethernet port.
2. Press the diagonistic tool button on the printserver for 10 sec (All the lights will blink amber), you will recieve a print page with Port name,Ip address of the printer and other details.
3. The ip address will be given from the router,If no ip address, powercycle the router, printserver and the printer. Press the diagonistic tool button again.

Step 2:- (For XP)
1. Go to control panel then go to printer and faxes.
2. Right click on the printer icon go to properties.
3. Click on the ports tab on the top.
4. Click on add port.
5. Select standard TCP/IP port and click on new port.
6. Press next.
7. Enter the IP address of the print server it will show you the port (IP_ip address).
8. Press next.
9. Select the second option custom and click on settings button.
10. Select the protocol as LPR; enter the queue name as q1.
11. Select LPR byte counting enable.
12. Click on ok and press next then click on finish.
Step 3:- (For Vista Computer):
1. Please confirm you are able to print by connecting the printer to the Vista computer directly.
2. Click Start - select Control Panel then switch it to Classic View from left side.
3. Double click on Printers & Click on 'Add a Printer'.
4. Select 'Add a local printer' & Click next.
5. Select 'Create a new port'.
6. Select 'Standard TCP/IP Port' as 'Type of port' then click 'Next'
7. Enter the IP Address of the Print Server in the 'Hostname or IP address' field.
8. Uncheck 'Query the printer and automatically select the driver to use' & Cilck next.
9. Select 'Custom' then Click on 'Settings' on the next dialogue box.
10. On the next dialogue box, select 'LPR' as the 'Protocol'.
11. Under the LPR Settings put in any name for the 'Queue Name'.
12. Check 'LPR Byte Counting Enabled' then click on OK and next.
13. Select the Manufacturer and the Model Number of the printer. If it is not available then click on 'Have Disk'. Click 'Next'.
14. Check 'Set as the default printer' and click next.
15. Try to print test page, it'll print.

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue.

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DEVICE STATUS OFFLINE


To solve this problem you'll need setup the printer up with LPR Protocol. Go to Devices and Printers. Right-click on the printer in question select Printer Properties. Go to the Ports tab. Find the port you've setup then click on Configure Port. In the block titled Port Name you'll need to enter the name of the Gigafast Print Server. It's normally 1P_PrintServ??????. The ?s are the last six entries of the print server's MAC address. Next, in the Printer Name or IP Address enter the assigned IP address, example (192.168.5.3). For the Protocol select LPR. LPR Settings: Queue Name: same as 1P_PrintServ??????. Lastly, check the box that says LPR Byte Counting Enabled. Now when you shutdown and restart the printer will remain online.

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Configure to print


You may print without the D-Link Printer software in Windows 2000/XP. Here´s how: Step 1 Go to Start>Settings>Printers>Add New Printer (WinXP - Start>Printers and Faxes>Add a Printer). Step 2 Select Local Printer. Make sure to uncheck Automatically detect and install my plug and play printer. Click Next. Step 3 Select Create a New Port and select Standard TCP/IP port. Click Next. Step 4 Enter the IP address of the router (192.168.0.1). Leave the port name with the default name. Click Next. Step 5 You will get a message saying that additional port information required. Step 6 Select Custom and then click Settings. Step 7 Set Protocol to LPR. Step 8 For the LPR Settings, queue name is lp. It is case sensitive! (LP lower-case). In most cases, check LPR Byte Counting Enabled. If you cannot print, then try unchecking this. Step 9 Select OK > Finish. Step 10 Continue with the Add Printer Wizard. Choose your printer from the list or click Have Disk and point to your printer driver disk.

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Configure to print


You may print without the D-Link Printer software in Windows 2000/XP. Here´s how: Step 1 Go to Start>Settings>Printers>Add New Printer (WinXP - Start>Printers and Faxes>Add a Printer). Step 2 Select Local Printer. Make sure to uncheck Automatically detect and install my plug and play printer. Click Next. Step 3 Select Create a New Port and select Standard TCP/IP port. Click Next. Step 4 Enter the IP address of the router (192.168.0.1). Leave the port name with the default name. Click Next. Step 5 You will get a message saying that additional port information required. Step 6 Select Custom and then click Settings. Step 7 Set Protocol to LPR. Step 8 For the LPR Settings, queue name is lp. It is case sensitive! (LP lower-case). In most cases, check LPR Byte Counting Enabled. If you cannot print, then try unchecking this. Step 9 Select OK > Finish. Step 10 Continue with the Add Printer Wizard. Choose your printer from the list or click Have Disk and point to your printer driver disk.

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Configure to print


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Configure to print


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