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I just found a way to enable the HP P1006 with a different print server
(Liveprint on Orange Livebox router). Perhaps this might work with the
WGPS606 wireless print server?
I set up the P1006 via the print server as instructed (I'm using Vista 32 Home Premium) but no test page would print.
BUT!! (with thanks to another another forum):
I selected printers, then right-clicked on the wireless printer I'd just installed and selected 'properties'.
Under the 'Ports' tab I deselected 'Enable bidirectional support'.
Hope this helps.
let me inform you that this printer is not compatible with any wireless
print server. The drawback is that it is not possible to network such
printers. A printer needs a steady flow of data, which is easily
accomplished when it is connected directly to a PC, but cannot be
guaranteed when the printer is connected via a LAN. Also, these
technologies require intensive handshaking between the driver and the
The host-based software uses the computer's resources to process print
commands and rasterizing data, taking advantage of the computer's
memory and processing power."
Sorry I can't be more upbeat - but its probably useful to know that
someone at HP thinks the job's imposible - unless someone out there has
there is a proceedure for manually adding the printer ports instead of using the wizard on the software disk. Look on the disk and go to the guide .pdf file, the instrucitons are there. i tried it and it worked fine.
it is possible to set this multi-function fax/copy/printer for printing from your laptop. There is an available GDI driver from the manufacturer's website (http://www.oceusa.com) for Windows Vista 64 (exe file). Other than that it should install like any other printer.
It could be losing connection to the printer when there is too much information to print.
If the cable the information needs to travel through is too long or the distance to the printer is too far - information is "lost" due to the stability of the connection. The longer the information needs to travel the more unreliable and unstable it becomes.
Have you tried from a different computer to print the document?