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Wireless laptop not printing

I set up a D-Link DP-G310 print server to my HP 6310 All-in-One printer on my desktop PC. I have the Cat 5 going from the 6310 to a router and the DP-G310 connected to the same router (also a D-Link). My USB cable is connected from the HP 6310 to the DP-G310.I can print with this configuration from my desktop. So I have set up the same printer on my laptop with the same IP address for the print server. Despite several attempts to reinstall and try changing some settings I cannot get my wireless HP laptop to print to the HP 6310 printer. Did I miss a step??

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Re: Wireless laptop not printing

I have a printer server - D-Link, DP-G310 on my wireless network with printer -
Canon Laserbase MF5600. I need your help...i put a flash drive into my printer
server (D-link) and it now won't work anymore. I think that IP adresses
is different and it can't find it or port number? can you help me?

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Re: Wireless laptop not printing

Indeed, you don't need the print server. Since your HP 6310 already has an integrated network port, you may setup and use it on your laptop the same way you do with your desktop. If you can browse the Internet wirelessly with your laptop, you should also be able to print.

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