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Re: USB recepticle broken
Has it complete broken from the printer or is it partially attached? I would imagine that a new connector could be resoldered onto the board, but it might be a bit difficult. You could try contacting HP about this issue. They might be able to repair it or sell you a refurb unit for cheap.
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With your printer in a USB port, type WIAACMGR onto Windows start bar line and hit enter. This will establish connection with your printer for scans - only I cannot yet figure out how to do PDF conversions. Hope this helps.
Access the manufacturer's web-site: http://support.hp.com
and enter '2410' and do the search.
Click your model.
Click your Operating System.
Click to download the device-driver software.
Install the software.
The easiest way is to install a print server on the printer.
I personally use the Netgear units (PS121 for USB, PS101 for CAT5).
These attach right to the printer, and then you run a connection to your hub or router.
There are also routers that have printer ports built in.
3rd choice, they also make wireless print servers.
You can find these at a number of places, including on line.
The first 2 print servers I mentioned and under $60.
You can download the drivers from hp website here. Choose the operating system of your computer and then download your file. Install with the usb cable of printer plugged out of system and then when the wizard asks, then you plug it in.
HP PSC 1410 is neither a Wireless nor a Bluetooth printer.This printer will not support to any network application, but HP PSC 2410 supports.So do not confuse between 1410 and 2410.If you want this printer to be shared in the home network, then thats possible.Also if u have print server that supports USB printer we can achieve connecting this printer in the network.
Do u have any other PC that is connected to the same Home Network?
Please let me Know.