Question about HP PSC 1610 All-In-One InkJet Printer
We have a printer that we would like to hook up to two computers directly. The scanning software requires the printer to be hooked up directly to the computer and won't recognize the printer (even though it is on our network).
Is there a cable we can connect the printer into, where we can then plug it into two computers in the same room? They're about ten feet apart, and one computer has the printer plugged in directly already.
I suggest to create a network connection, for the printer.
First, connect the printer directly to one of the computer and then by the network connect the printer to the second computer. The second computer will not be able to scan, but it will be able to print.
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
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