Question about HP LaserJet Pro CM1415fnw
Using the Wireless Wizard I can see my new Comcast Router (switched from Verizon router). I chose the correct network name and enter the password listed on the router. My laptop is connected to the same wireless network and it works fine. My printer tries to connect but comes back saying my password is incorrect.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Mar 24, 2008
You have to share the printer to the network
To do that go to Start >> Control Panel >> Printer
Select your printer and right click go to Sharing
Mark "share this printer" an hit ok
A small hand will appears below your icon printer
Now you have the printer available on your network
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
it is possiable that a firewall is in the way, but more likely is that you are on a different logical network or subnet.
the HP software relies upon doing a broadcast to find HP printers, broadcast traffice is not normally permitted between subnets, this is why the HP software does not find your printer.
basically you need to creat a new port on the computer in question and then associate a printer to that port.
do so by doing the following on XP pro.
get to the printers folder then click from the menu "File"
click "server properties"
click add port and then double click on the (Standard TCP/IP Port) a new wizard opens click next
in the top box enter the ip address of your printer. and click next. leave the device type as "Standard and as generic network card) click next then finish. then close.
now you have to link your printer to your new port.
install a new printer
making sure that you select local printer... but removing the tick "Automatically detect......" then click next and select LPT port 1.
click next choose HP on the left colum and HP lasterJet III from the right colum. click next give the printer a name of your choosing. and if nesseary choose if you want it to be a default printer or not.
click next and leave do not share selected.
on the "do you want to print a test page " select "No"
right click you new printer select properties
then select the "Ports" tab
scroll down the list until you see new Standard TCP/IP port listed, select your port. then click apply
lastly click the advanced tab
using the driver part of this screen you are able to select the correct driver from the dropdown list if it is not avaliable click the new driver button and follow the prompts.
click OK when done.
hope this helps.
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Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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