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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
SOURCE: printer settings ??
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Perhaps the printer is conflicting with the laptop by taking its "address" on the network...Do you know how to give your printer a diifferent IP address? Or your laptop? Its a bit complicated to explain but if you can make sure the laptops and the printer are all set to use "DHCP" then they should all each get an adress on your home network and work together.
In Windows Vista, click Start, Control Panel, Network & Internet, View Network Status and Tasks. Then view the status of your Wireless Network Connection and click details, if it says "DHCP Enabled" in there then your laptops are not the problem and should be sharing addresses.
You should be able to see in the printers control panel or by printing a self test page how its setup on the network, maybe it needs to be reconfigured while the laptops are turned on as well.
Posted on May 17, 2009
Most likely the change in providers resulted in a change to your internal IP addressing scheme. First, make sure all of your devices have been power-cycled since the change to ensure they are using a valid IP for your network. Then, go to Control Panel -> Printers. From here, Add a Printer and select the Network or Wireless printer and allow Windows to search for your device. It should detect it and add it to your system. You can delete the old printer from the list once you have confirmed it is working properly.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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