I hav 3 laptops with me.all connected with printer wirelessly.printer does work from 1 of the laptop but doesnt works from other 2.but when connected by a rj47 connector it does works.Internet also works properly in all of them when we give print command it printer take the page but doesnt print anything .another thing which i notice is that after givin print command document never goes fully i mean if document is of 134 kb it goes like this 128kb/134kb.
some of its portion is always left somewhere.but through lan cable it goes fully and works properly.
there is no problem in wireless connetion as internet is working fine.also it does give inf to printer to print.
i hav reinstalled printer software,restated router ,modem printer also i restored my previous windows settings but it doesnt work.
there is no problem in wireles router and modem as 1 of my laptop does everything very finely through wireless network.
For the temp basis i hav connected one of my laptop with router trough lan wire and make this laptop as a print server
now all the laptops are printing through print server using lan cable.
please do something so that i am able to use every thing wirelessly.
I think it could be a over load of to many things have you set up a office type internet connection so it knows you have all them things working together at the same time if u have then the printer oviousley cant handle 3 diffrent coms working it as it wouldnt loose any part of the print things like that can really bug u try getting a nother printer so at least you are sharing the load hope this helps
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1. Operating System : Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista? 2. Printer make/model: (this is important to determine the wireless properties of printer) 3. Network Connection: (is the laptop connected to the same network as the printer)
If you are working with a new printer (see item 2) and you have a network on which you have your notebook connected, there are so many possible ways to connect the printer to the network that it's hard to say.
If you are working with an established printer that has wireless services running, you may need to know either the Network Name of the printer or the IP Address of the printer.
Your best bet is to make use of hp's extensive Wireless Printing Center (see link below).
Hi, you can do a quick troubleshooting on the laptop. 1. used another network cable and check that no pins are broken on the laptop. 2. go to device manager and remove the network adapter and reinstall it.
if this don't work. if you have a wireless router, you can connect to the internet over the wireless network adapter on the laptop.
For an effective wireless connection, the printer should be connected to one of the LAN ports of a configured wireless router. This way, every pc(mostly laptops with wireless capability) can print to the printer. You will need a wireless adapter for desktop pcs to access any resource made available wirelessly ok. Good luck
have you setup the wireless connection in between the printer and the laptop... your laptop is working wirelessly with the internet but for making the printer to use it wirelessly the printer should be also a wireless printer.
and if the printer is a wireless printer then you have to setup the connection in between the printer & laptop to work wirelessly.
Some older mobile phones don't recognise some of the newer security settings (WPA2, for example).
It might be worth trying a different type of encryption (WPA/PSK or WEP) to see if these work better - obviously this would mean having to reconfigure the wireless connections on the computer and laptop.
Hope this helps.
Scan over wireless network is not supported with this printer. You can try set it up and get scanner to work with usb and then change port from usb to HP standard TCP/IP for the device, but I don't think it will work.