Question about Samsung Computers & Internet
I have been successful with two laptops. Can you please assist? Thanks for any help. BETTY
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: LG Incite Wifi Setting
connect to "internet"
I let it assign it's own IP address
Start -> Settings -> Connections tab
WiFi -> Network Adapters tab
select "The Internet" and then select Broadcom 802.11 DHD Network Adapter
Start -> Programs -> Tools -> Proxy Manager
click on "Disable Proxy" and hit OK
Also, make sure you set the browser Home address to a valid address (otherwise it would complain about a connection loss each time you open the browser)..
If that doesn't help you then your lost.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
Check your setup against this install guide.First things first. Make sure that you have the same username and password set up on the machines you want to use as your print server and the machine(s) you are going to print from, the or the "Client".. This is required so that you can communicate with the other machine(s), "Clients".. Once you have the machines’ usernames and passwords set, you can turn to the machine with the printer attached to it. (which we will call the print server). From this machine (The one we have called the print server), we will need to set up the default printer on it. So install the software & drivers for the printer. Test that you can do a "Test Print" . Then we will need to go to Printers and Faxes in the control panel. You need to right click on the printer that you want to share, and choose properties. When you get to the properties page for the printer, click on the tab that says "Sharing". That will enable the client PC to "See" & be able type in the printer’s name. Usually the software will put the "Printers" name in. It will be grayed out until you click the radio button to share it.
Now, when you are ready, go to the "Client" computer you want to print from, wirelessly. When you set up your printer, go to install the printer, and you install a "Networked Printer" you then you "Tell" the installer where the "Printer" "is on the network". So when asked for location you then you can "Browse" for the printer, or type and your IP address OR host name,and Printer name too.. Mine is 192.168.1.64 OR heaven, so I typed 184.108.40.206, OR the Name of the machine. So say: As in my case, 220.127.116.11BrotherD or heavenBrotherD. Anyway, this will then go away, and connect to the "Printer" and do some houskeeping & finish, from then on, you will be able to print. try a test print the same as you did on the "Print Server". If you wish to print from say, Word, do it, by simply choosing the correct printer from the print menu that comes up whaen you try to print. Ensure you right click on the Printer Icon on Client and choose "Default Printer" too. You can also right click on documents and images files, and select "Print".
Also ensure that the print server is set to on, in Services too, on BOTH machines.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
Testimonial: "thank you very appreciated "
just recently released the Lexmark
Mobile Printing Application for use with Android devices, however, the
application is supported only on most laser products and the very latest inkjets that
are coming out for 2011(the Lexmark Pro715 and the Pro915 are the only
models announced at this point.).
Lexmark just recently released the Lexmark Mobile Printing Application for use with Android devices, however, the application is supported only on most laser products and the very latest inkjets that are coming out for 2011(the Lexmark Pro715 and the Pro915 are the only models announced at this point.).
Posted on Nov 29, 2011
SOURCE: galaxy mini wont connect to wifi
Versions of Android that I use Will not connect to an AD HOC Network. My suggestion is to download and install Virtual Router Manger v0.9 Beta on your PC, TRUST ME, you will not regret it. Got my Samsung Mini Galaxy connected within minutes after installation.
On a side/bonus note: on your phone, download and install "AirDroid". Once installed and started, go to your PC and open an internet browser OTHER THAN Internet Explorer. i.e. Firefox... from there, connect to the address listed in AirDroid and you can manage/copy files/update contacts/create messages ALL through a web browser on your PC and it will send it to your phone, WIRELESS... GENIUS!!
Posted on Dec 06, 2012
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