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Re: wireless printer does't work code IP=192.168.2.4
The message is a network adress, most likely for your printer.
Open up Internet Explorer or Firefox and in the address field, type;
If it comes up with an error, then your computer is not connecting to your printer correctly.
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This error is almost always caused by a corrupt print job or driver. If the machine was working fine it may be as simple as canceling the print job and restarting everything (computer and printer). Before sending the job to print again, it would be worthwhile to print a test page. If you can, you know the issue is specific to whatever you're trying to print. If you cannot, you know it's a most likely a driver issue.
Other possibilities: - a recent OS update/upgrade killed the driver. This happened to a fair number of Windows 8 users.
-You're attempting to print from MAC but don't have the printer/driver setup for postscript. Weird but true, even in 2015 PCs and MACS still use different protocols to print to laser printers. (Not an issue for ink jets)
If this is the issue, here are the directions to setup the printer and MAC to work on your network. Notice the printer (wireless or not) should be wired for config-
PRINTER SETUP: (1) Connect printer to the ethernet port (2) On the controler of the printer, select menu (3) with the cursors (down) select Admin Menu, and press ok (the center key) (4) the text "wired network" will appear. Press OK (5) Move the coursor down to tcp/ip. Press ok (6) "get IP address" will appear. Press ok (7) select panel. Press ok (8) press "menu" and repeat (1) to (5) (9) "get IP address" will appear. Move the cursor down to "IP Address". Press OK (10) with the coursor select write the IP address among the margins of your Router. The Gateway numbers shlould be the same as the ip number of your router. MAsK is always 255.255.255.0 (11) press menu and restart the printer
IN YOUR MAC (1)Install the 3110cn modules version 2.1.3 Build 5 (usually in the CD, or in DELL site download area) (2) Open Setup Print Utility and select "Add a printer" (3) Select IP printer (any of the possibilities you are offered are ok), WRITE THE ADDRESS YOU WROTE IN YOUR PRINTER (4)In printing using select Dell
You can move the printer to wireless, just keep the IP address the same.
I think rain doesn't have anything to do, unless you had your printer outside...
Maybe a light interruption could make your station start over without proper settings. Try checking your printer driver and see if it has the proper settings for ribbon and not printing on black dots.
Your wireless printer might frequently lose its communication with the computer and hence might not print all the documents when you want. Such an issue arises when there is interference in the wireless signals between the printer and the computer. This could be caused by any other wireless device kept in the vicinity of your printer like a cordless phone. Keep all other wireless devices way from the printer set-up to tackle this issue. Also bear in mind that if your system is turned on for hibernation mode then it would disconnect your printer the moment it goes into hibernation. for more help...... http://www.fixya.com/support/t5977131-wireless_hp_j4680_printer_will_not
This is usually caused by the Printer being set to DHCP, which allows the router to change the IP address of the printer. When you setup the printer, it set to a specific IP address. Try reconfiguring your printer to a static IP address with the last octet 3 values beyond what your current computers IP address is. As an example, if your computer's IP address is 192.168.1.3, make the printer 192.168.1.6. That should keep it clear from any additional devices you attach to your router in the future.
You will then have to go into windows and add an additional port for the printer with the new IP address, the example above is 192.168.1.6. Good luck! :)
I had the same problem and what I found was that the IP address I used did not agree with the IP address stored in the printer. You can find the IP address using the setup TCP/IP option from the menu button. I changed the IP address in the TCP/IP port properties and it worked. I don't know how it changed, but I suspect the IP changed because of a conflict. When I turned the laptop off the IP went back to the original one that I had been using.
click start, click on network, when you see the printer on the network, right click the printer and copy the IP address shown there.
click start, click on printers, right click the printer, click on properties, past the ip address into the location bar, then clikc on ports and make sure the correct IP address is check marked, if not add the corrent one using the add port button,
The HP C6100 series has had some ip setting issues. One day my printer didn't print. I checked the ip settings on the printer and got some 618.104.22.1684 address. I had no clue where this ip number came from, because my router's ip is 192.168.0.1. I went into the settings of my printer and set my ip settings manual. Then I went into the router settings and reserved the ip setting I previously setting on the printer to the printers MAC address. I also set static ip address for each computer on my network. This network response issue started about one year after I purchased the printer. I still lose connection every once in a while, but rebooting the router reconnects the printer and everything sitting in the que to print starts to print. To stablize the issue: upgrade router firmware, set static ip address on your network devices, reserve those ip address in your router, , if all else fails reboot router.