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Is there an adapter to hook up two computers to one HP printer

Adapter to hook up two computers to one printer

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This type of printer that you have is not possible to connect to computers at the same time but there is a work around. it is called printer sharing. Your computer should be connected with each other or on the same network. you need to install the printer on the computer you wanted to be the server. after installing the printer. activate the printer sharing and then go to the computers you wanted the printer to be shared.

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You can buy an A/B switch (mechanical), share the printer on your network (if you have a network) or buy a print server (also requires a network).

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www.sewelldirect.com or (801)356-3823
* USB to Parallel Adapter, part # SW-1302 ($14.95) + * Centronics to Mini Centronics, Part # SW-2104 ($12.95).

I ordered before 2pm EST and received two days later.

Plug usb into computer, wait, then plug in printer. Voila! Instantly worked!!

PS: Found this site after www.monoprice.com Product ID: 2277 (parallel to USB) and ID 257 (male to mini) - $15

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