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My family has 3 wireless laptops and I would like to make my hp 7310 all-in-one printer wireless, so that all laptops are able to use it. What do I need to accomplish this? A printer adapter, a print server? Thank you!! Christine

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One computer will be the main computer for the printer. Then you will have to select SHARE from that computer for that printer. You may also need to configure the printer to look for/allow connection to these other laptops (the same way you configured it the first time).

Go to your START button, then PRINTERS (or Printers in the Control Panel). Right click on the printer and select Properties. There should be a sharing tab or option there.

Good luck!!

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Hp officejet 7310 all-in-one printer wireless connection


reset the printer .
and start over in the manual.
no PC stated,
no statement of what works and what dont ,togethe
do you have a router, ? if yes is it theres or yours?
seems call them get teh unstated laptop working first.
first with ethernet cable, that must work first.
ask them , if its their router and their modem.
if all that is yours, your hardware, then you need to tell what it is
first to get connected. make and model..
i guess you now have cable modem.
to get the router working it needs to be setup to the new cablem modem turning off all DSL modes, and using direct mode.
the printer is here.
for any setups , and resets , are all there. to read.
https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Officejet-7300-All-in-One-Printer-series/391181/model/391183

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I would like to install my 7310 printer to my wireless system , how can i do that?


You will need to use a HP bt300 Bluetooth Wireless Print Adapter. Withoutt. you will have to have it hooked up to your home network.

Sep 08, 2011 | HP OfficeJet 7310 All-In-One InkJet...

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I have a HP laptop with Windows 7 and an HP Officejet 7310 printer that was working fine until I installed a new Linksys Wireless Router N, now my printer is not recognized on this laptop but is recognized...


You need to install the printer in the Win7 machine.Or find it wireless, if the printer is on the old you can "share the printer with the Win 7.

If you need more help post back!
Thumbs and testimonial are welcome!

Aug 15, 2011 | HP OfficeJet 7310 All-In-One InkJet...

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How do I set up a wireless printer. I am on a wireless network now. How do I make my printer wireless??


The HP Officejet 7310 has an optional bluetooth wireless adapter. If you purchased the option, you will need bluetooth connectivity at your computer end. Alternatively, you could purchase a third party wireless adapter.
Other than that, you will need to connect your printer to your router/wireless network then all computers will be able to print wirelessly to it through the router.
Hope this helps.

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HP OfficeJet 7310 wireless hookup. Can print over the wireless network, but can use scan or other functions. Worked previously but had to uninstall printer and reinstall. can't remeber wht I did do get...


If this problem arises check for updated printer drivers, compatibility between your wireless printer and Windows Vista and firewall settings. All or any of this could prevent your HP wireless printer from printing documents. Setting up wireless printers is very easy; however, sometimes certain settings can create hassles for you.

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Wireless printing impossible . How can I solve it?


Hi Paul,

Am sorry to be the bearer of bad news but your printer is not a wireless printer by default. If you would like to be able to print wirelessly and have a bluetooth connection on your laptop/desktop, you have the option of buying an adapter.

The HP bt300 wireless printer adapter uses Bluetooth wireless technology allowing you to print without using a cable. In general, Bluetooth wireless technology is a short range wireless technology that allows connection between devices without requiring a cable. By using your HP bt300, printing is possible from a camera phone, PDA, digital camera, or computer (currently to a computer using the Windows operating system only) to selected HP printers.

Unfortunately, this adapter runs about 145-153$ not including shipping or handling. Am probably giving myself a two star rating by saying this, but your best bet might be to just purchase a wireless printer. I have a wireless 3-in-1 (scan/fax/print) that I bought for about 120$ and it works like a dream. Check out your local Office Depot or Best Buy and take a look.

Hope this helps!

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I want to be able to use this printer from my laptop without having to have it physically hooked to my laptop.


unless there is wireless adapter on this printer and in your laptop, there is no way you could use it without the physical connection

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Hi, i have an hp officejet 7310. I had been using


first of all press the setup button on ur printer now go to network and then print network config page (or viev network settings ) it will print a page now go ahed and note down the ip address (now if the ip address is 0 then run wireless setup wizard through the network on the setup button it will show the network name select the network and enter the router security key if it ask ) now open internet explorer on computer and in the address bar type the ip address of the printer and press enter it will open the printer page
now go ahed and insert the cd of printer it will open up and then click on add a device click through nnetwork and complete the installation
and try printing

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Problems connecting to printer


The Officejet 7310 does not have wireless capability, this was a feature for the Officejet 7410. If your 7310 is connected via wired LAN to a wireless router but the computer does not find it try assigning an IP address manually. Make sure the IP address for the printer is on the same subnet as your laptop or other wireless devices.

Also, if you are using Vista the original drivers will not work, you will need to download updated drivers from HP's website here.

Regards,
Bob Headrick, MS MVP Printing/Imaging

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