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you may check the wireless settings on the router first and make sure to put those settings either into the software of the printer or the printer itself which is on the LCD screen of the printer.
You will be needing to know the ff:
Encryption key/ password
for you to be able to set this up. Once it is setup, you may check the IP address of the printer into the router setup screen under status, LAN sub tab and then DCHP clients table.
Install the software/driver into the computers that are working on the network and then it may detect the printer automatically or you can do it manually on the computer by assigning configure port. after doing all these, try if you can print.
Note: the port you should use is the Standard TCP/IP.
First off, did you try to recycle your printer? Turn it off and back on again. Sometimes power outages can disconnect that printer. If that doesn't work. Go to the printer and access the system network configuration on the led panel. Type in the WEP number and password again, and let it search for the connection. That should do it. Once it's connected you'll see the blue wireless indicator turn on.
I think I have solved this, any way it worked for me.
Turned off printer and turned off wireless router made sure no computers are on.
Restarted printer make sure wireless settings are installed in printer then restart router.Once router is up and running switch on computer and you should be able to print.
Hope this works for you.
I purchased this machine and went through two months of technical support, new drivers, uninstalling and installing software, new install cd from HP (that was older than the one that came with the machine) then finally a replacement printer - still no wireless capability with my compaq v2000. Chased it all the way up to US senior support and a woman told me there that the wireless peer-to-peer feature only worked 50% of the time. She told me to buy a router - end of story. I'll never buy another HP printer again, and I'll never spend the money on upgrading to peer-to-peer wireless for a printer again! So - get a router and follow the instructions, and it'll probably work.