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My printer says it is offline I have a MacBook

Printer is connected the the wireless router and computer is connected but I cannot print from my computer to the x7675. When I try to re-add the printer by using the IP address it says unable to connect due to an error.

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Most printers you go into your computer where your printer is listed, find the printer right click mouse or pad, and you may see a line that says off line, click on it and many times it puts it back on line...

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SOURCE: Print server thinks printer is offline

Disconnect from the net and turn off your firewall while trying to install.

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SOURCE: No wireless printer port for lexmark x4650

Your firewall for the wireless is blocking the port. Go into your firewall settings and add the port from the printer to bypass the router. What operating system do you have? It should be in Control Panel under Security Center.
Let me know.
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SOURCE: Can't print from MacBook, through Time Capsule, to Lexmark x5470

turn on the printer sharing via the system preference panel on the computer that is on the system via usb.
Then on your wifi computer look for shared printers and you'll see your printer in the list under the host computer name... use that setting and it should fire up for you!
let me know how it goes...

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: wireless printer gets ip address different from my routers ip add

Is the wireless network on you router secured? a 169.254.x.x ip is an invalid ip meaning, it's not connected wirelessly to the router yet.

Posted on Apr 18, 2010

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SOURCE: User's Guide does not contain software installation instructions.

Hello,

I would recommend you to reinstall the driver from the below link. also if you click on Technical support - How to install downloaded driver it will show you how to install it.
-http://www1.lexmark.com/products/view/All-in-Ones/Lexmark-X6570/catId=cat10004-category&prodId=4165-product;jsessionid=36351499255753845B8F3686DDD5E41C.node3

Also in the related links there's user guide for the Printer. it has instruction on how to configure network on your printer.

Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.

Thanks.

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

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