Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Can the above steps be applied to the ML-2151N using both the UBS port and the LPT1 port?
Or must the two computers be connected to the one printer using a USB splitter type conection?
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
By that very descriptive problem....
I must assume you already have wireless networking working.
I also must assume your network is properly configured.
I also must assume your trying to print to a printer on another machine.
Right click My Computer
Click the Computer Name Tab
Write down the computer name
On the computer with the printer, go to the control pannel, then printers and faxes.
Right click the printer you wish to share.
Click the sharing tab
Click share this printer
Go to the computer that you want to use the printer on.
Click start > Run
type in \\computername and press enter (Replace computername with the computer name you found before)
Now just double click that printer, when the dialog box disappears your ready to print.
Posted on Oct 11, 2007
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