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How do i connect my wireless printer to the network

Gettting error message 'printer not connected to network and internet' when printing

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Well first off you should have a usb cable that would initially start you off it has to be hooked up via usb first then u can disconnect the usb & use it wireless. U should also have a driver disk & a manual that would help u as well. Also U can go to your computer on desk top & click there & then go to the device manager click on printer or & see if there is a connection from there if not there will be an exclamation point & then u can go to the top of page & click on scan for hardware changes till u see can see the connection if not uninstall and reinstall

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