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From the Start menu, select Printers and Faxes. (Windows 2000/NT4: Start menu, Settings, Printers)
On the left side of the window, in the Printer Tasks section, click on the link for Add a Printer.
In the Add Printer Wizard window, click Next.
In the Local or Network Printer window, select Local Printer. Uncheck 'Automatically detect and install my plug-and-play printer'. Click Next.
In the Select a Printer Port window, choose Create a new port. From the Type of port list, select Standard TCP/IP Port. Click Next.
In the Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard window, click Next.
In the Printer Name or IP Address field, enter the DNS hostname of your printer (ex: myprinter.chem.cmu.edu). The Port Name field can usually be anything you like (without spaces), like 'lp0' or 'print' or the DNS hostname. Click Next.
Click Finish. It may take a few moments before the next window appears.
From the Manufacturers list, select the printer model of the printer you wish to use. From the Printers list, select the model number of your printer, followed by the designation (ex: HP LaserJet 4000 Series PS). Click Next.
If you are asked whether you want to keep an existing driver, select Keep existing driver, then click Next.
In the Printer name field, put the DNS hostname of the printer. This is actually the display name of the printer for just this machine and can be anything, but it's a good idea to set it to the DNS name as a visual reminder that it's an IP printer that can be used from anywhere. Most IP printers also have built in web servers that display status information about the printer, so recording the DNS name here can be a reference to use when typing in the printer's web address, likehttp://myprinter.chem.cmu.edu.
If this is the printer you will be using most often, select Yes to use this printer as your default printer; otherwise, select No. Click Next.
If you are asked whether you wish to share the printer, select Do not share this printer. Click Next.
When you are asked whether to print a test page, select No. Click Next.
If you receive a message that a Microsoft digital signature was not found, click Yes to continue the installation.
To check if the printer is working correctly, go to Start > Printers and Faxes. Right-click on the newly created printer and pick Properties, and choose Print Test Page.
Mac OS X:
Find the printer's full DNS name using the instructions at the top of this page.
Go to Applications, Utilties, Printer Setup Utility.
Select IP Printing. Some inkjet printers may install their own section, like 'hp IP Printing' or 'Epson IP Printing'. If so, select that instead.
Leave the printer type at its default value of LPD/LPR
In the Printer Address field, put in the full DNS name off the printer, such as myprinter.chem.cmu.edu.
Leave the queue name blank.
Select the appropriate printer model. (If your printer model isn't listed, download and install the OS X driver for your printer from the printer vendor's website and go back to step 2)
The display name of the printer can be anything, but it's a good idea to set it to the DNS name as a visual reminder that it's an IP printer that can be used from anywhere. Most IP printers also have built in web servers that display status information about the printer, so recording the DNS name here can be a reference to use when typing in the
Make sure you have anternet connection on that computer as Tagged.com is up and running from my end. Try refreshing your page by continuously pressing F5. Also, try using a different browser. If you are using IE, the try using Firefox and vice versa.
If the above does not work, try clearing up your temporary cache files and browsing history. Then flush your DNS by opening a command prompt and typing:
then press enter.
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Just to cover the basics Are you sure you have correct IP Address for your wireless connection with the correct security passcodes? Try using the wireless connection wizard in control panel? Not to be funny BUT are you sure it is your modem/router you are connected to?
The problem is usually with the web site being printed. Various website designers use different methods to create their pages. Some use tables and frames which present a problem for the print software.
1) Wherever possible, look for a "Printer Friendly" version of the web page
2) Failing this, from the IE print icon drop-down box (down arrow) choose "Print Preview" > Click Page Setup icon (gear icon) > Select page settings of your choice. Try printing by clicking the printer icon.
3) When encountering a webpage created with frames: Click IE print icon drop-down box (down arrow) choose "Print Preview" > Click Page Setup icon (gear icon) > Select "As laid out on screen" or "All frames individually" or "Only selected frame". Try printing by clicking the printer icon.
Looks like your printer driver is crashing. If it's the driver that's causing problem, try to find an updated driver on the manufacturer's website. Also, to make sure, I would try a different browser - if you are using IE, try installing Firefox, opening your e-mail and printing. Or Opera, if you prefer.
I had the same problem 2 days ago, I tried a lot of things and finally got the the solution.
It was a DNS resolution problem
In my wireless netgear DG 834GT router settings (through IE), at the DNS address I unchecked "get automatic from ISP" then checked to use the primary DNS at 184.108.40.206 and secondary DNS at 220.127.116.11 ( I followed the Router's manual instructions )
Maybe u have to see in your Router manual what address u have to put for primary and secondary DNS?
Good luck, hope this will help
You can log into your router's page ie.. 192.168.1.1 or reasonable factsimile. under connection type remove PPPOE (usually for DSL) and select DNS (Dynamic Name Sever) then accept defaults and enter any other info it might demand. log out after the router confirms that the setting has changed. Now try to make a new connection to your cable's server. Good Luck.