Can this printer be network & wireless hp photosmart c6280
Does hp photosmart c6280 have network port ? I have a desk top hook up to it all ready to the printer but i bought a lap top and tried to make it wireless to the printer i keep getting message access denied blah blah .. I do have a router also this is driving me nuts
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this will usually happen if you're disconnecting the USB cable from the computer and putting it back on a different USB ports. try to connect it to where it was working before. this is also true for other USB devices such as scanners and webcams
You are using the wrong cable. Connect the printer to your router with an ETHERNET cable - not USB. Then then printer will have an IP address. Then it should be able to connect without the intermittent off and on that you have been experiencing.
Well if you want the prints to go through the router and into the printer First, set the printer up for sharing by going to printers and faxes right clicking on the printer choose Sharing Choose share this printer and give it a name, then might have to get a wireless usb for the desktop at a local Wal-mart and the laptop should have wireless, when you get that stuff connect to the wireless network, go to start, printers and faxes, in the left side toward the top you will see a link saying add printer, let the wizard start hit next, choose the bubble beside A network printer, then hit next choose browse for printer hit next it will say searching for printer wait till a list of printers come up and choose the one you want the computers to use.