Question about Dell 968 All-In-One Printer
Check your wireless security settings and make sure the mac address of your printer is allowed to connect to the router. In addition, I would set my printer to only allow incoming connections from the router http://printers.technical-care.com/ Printer Tech Support
Posted on Sep 21, 2016
Please check you may have another wireless connection other than your own set as automatic, or more than one connection in your settings of the same name, so right click on your network icon in your task bar or in network connections in device manager and select view all wireless connections, click on it and when all the connections show, highlght, delete all of them, then close the window.
Your notebook should now indicate that it found new wireless connections, click on the popup and select your connection name and click connect, at this point you will be asked to enter the passkey if you have security enabled.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your wireless security settings and make sure the mac address of your printer is allowed to connect to the router. In addition, I would set my printer to only allow incoming connections from the router or you will have people driving by, printing ads that you probably will not like.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
Its designed for wireless, but you need an adapter to make it wireless, the adapter
"Dell Wireless Printer Adapter 3310 USB2"
I dont know if that adapter came whit your printer when you bought it, but thats what you need to make it wireless
Posted on May 13, 2009
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The solution I'm suggesting works in my business (LAN installations) about 95% of the time. I trust that it will work for you.
Let's see if I can help you.
Begin by turning on your computer and your router
Make certain that you have the latest drivers from Brother by clicking on the following link: Brother Driver Downloads
Open Control Panel and click on 'Diagnose Connection Problems' and follow the instructions.
The last choice is to use the Setup Wizard. It seldom works for me but you might more luck than poor me. Here are the instructions:
The Connect to the Internet wizard will guide you through the steps of setting up an Internet connection.
Open the Connect to the Internet wizard by:
• Clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button
• Click on Control Panel.
• In the search box, type network,
• Click "Network and Sharing Center"
• Click Set up a new connection or network
• Then double-click "Connect to the Internet".
This should have you up and running.
All the best
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
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