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I tried to bt it can't print

When I treid to print it can't print so when I trid to run the setup it ask me a ipadress n the host name

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Are you connecting through an ethernet connection? there is more information needed.it sounds like you are by the information that it is asking.Need to know what operating system you are running.If this is not in an office environment with more than one person printing to it you would be better off using local usb cable.

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