Question about HP Office Equipment & Supplies
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I realize that you posted this question over a month ago...but I'll still give you your answer in case anyone else is also experiencing this.
All you need to do is enter in the correct password...the one you gave your router. Which I realize was probably a while back, and you didn't write it down (tisk tisk), so here's how you find out what you typed, way back when.
open up your internet browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, ect...). Now in the search bar type in your routers IP address.
mine is: 192.168.2.1
yours might be the same or might be something similar...like: 192.168.1.1
only type that, and include the dots...no www junk.
once you typed it in, hit enter.
and now you should be in your router...then steps hold true for all routers I believe (mines a belkin).
it will ask for a password, most people simply leave theirs the default password, my password was nothing....literally, I just left it blank and clicked 'next'. yours might be 'admin'...a google search should help you find your routers default password.
Ounce you have the routers password, you have access to change a lot of the routers features...including finding out that pesky passphrase that your in search of.
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Posted on Mar 20, 2009
I had the same problem , I entered the configuration of my linksys router and changed from mixed to B+G in the wireless tab and after that, no more problem, it connected rigth away
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
This could happen if the port that you are using is not the right one.
When you are using a printer wireless, you need to use the Standard TCP/IP port, to setup a printer port, do the following
Right click on printer icon, select properties
Click on Add port, select new port
Enter the IP address of the printer, this can be obtained by printing the settings page from the printer.
Note: please setup a static IP for your printer, else everytime you restart you may endup with a new IP
Let me know if this works,
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
I have the same problem...Epson does not work with a parallel to usb cable or adapter. If you still want to use this printer you will have to use the parallel port or change the interface on the printer to USB.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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