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Does HP LJ 3055 printer scan over the wireless network?

I have a small home office network. I have 3 laptops. 2 laptops with WIN XP and 1 with Win Vista. I have a Printer HP LJ 3055 also in that network. It is connected to a hub directly and hub is connected with the laptops through wireless network. Now the problem is I can not scan when the printer is in wireless network. But when it is connected on wired network, it scans properly. But if I set the resolution to 100 dpi and b/w scan, it scans properly , but If the dpi is increased to 150 and greyscale , it scans 3 pages and then stops. but if I keep the dpi to 150 and but in color, it says connection lost.
I am using Netgear router and helskins . Happned with both the routers.
How can I scan via wireless network using all the features , i mean using 250 dpi and color features with out losing connection? Does it support wireless connection ?

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  • Anonymous Apr 29, 2008

    I have a small home office network. I have 3 laptops. 2 laptops with WIN XP and 1 with Win Vista. I have a Printer HP LJ 3055 also in that network. It is connected to a hub directly and hub is connected with the laptops through wireless network. Now the problem is I can not scan when the printer is in wireless network. But when it is connected on wired network, it scans properly. But if I set the resolution to 100 dpi and b/w scan, it scans properly , but If the dpi is increased to 150 and greyscale , it scans 3 pages and then stops. but if I keep the dpi to 150 and but in color, it says connection lost.
    I am using Netgear router and helskins . Happned with both the routers.
    How can I scan via wireless network using all the features , i mean using 250 dpi and color features with out losing connection? Does it support wireless connection ?

  • lindykid Oct 07, 2008

    I have a small home office network. I have 3 laptops. 2 laptops with
    WIN XP and 1 with Win Vista. I have a Printer HP LJ 3055 also in that
    network. It is connected to a hub directly and hub is connected with
    the laptops through wireless network. Now the problem is I can not scan when the printer is in wireless network.
    But when it is connected on wired network, it scans properly. But if I
    set the resolution to 100 dpi and b/w scan, it scans properly , but If
    the dpi is increased to 150 and greyscale , it scans 3 pages and then
    stops. but if I keep the dpi to 150 and but in color, it says
    connection lost.

    I am using Netgear router and helskins . Happned with both the routers.

    How can I scan via wireless network using all the features , i mean
    using 250 dpi and color features with out losing connection? Does it
    support wireless connection ?

  • Anonymous Jan 18, 2009

    my brand new MacBook Pro laptop is flawless, but HP's 3005 can't scan wirelessly. HELP!

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Scan over wireless network is not supported with this printer. You can try set it up and get scanner to work with usb and then change port from usb to HP standard TCP/IP for the device, but I don't think it will work.

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