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2410 networking Can i network this printer? Seems a search about this says NO!!!!! I cant believe HP dont have networking capabilities on this printer....anyone with a work around please post. Many thanks in advance Alan 56

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This model does not have any built in networking features. However, there is a Windows based workaround for that. This article explains how to set up network printer sharing in Windows XP. If you're using a different operating system, let me know and I can easily find a similar guide for it. http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=1596

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How can I do the instalation of my Hp psc 2410 in my windows xp. I dont have de disc.


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.

Sep 28, 2010 | HP PSC 2410 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Can the HP PSC 2410 printer be shared between 2 computers?


generally the printers with single USB port are dedicated for use with one computer.

However, depending on the way you connect the computers you can share the printer with more than one computer.
1. SET THE SECOND COMPUTER UP AS A NETWORK PRINTER

This is one of the most common ways to connect two home computers to the same printer. The advantage of this technique is that it doesn't cost you anything extra. You do require some computer literacy in networking though.

Firstly you physically connect the first computer to the printer via the provided cables. The second computer now needs to be set up as a network printer to have printing capabilities. The computer not physically hooked up sends a message via the network to the computer which is physically connected to print.

To set up the network connection in Windows follow these steps:

-Open the control panel

-Select the network or network and sharing icon

-You should see an icon named file and print sharing or simply print sharing. Turn on printer sharing if it is off.

(This requires your two computers to already share a network connection; otherwise you will have to set this up).
http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/print_sharingw.mspx?mfr=true
2. PURCHASE A PRINTER SWITCH

A simple old fashioned way to connect two computers to one printer is by hooking them up to one switchbox in the middle. This switch is what is connected to the printer. This is a similar method to using a router to distribute the Internet to more then one computer.

This method is good for people who aren't very computer literate when it comes to networking. All you have to do is plug the cables in and off you go. However, it has one large disadvantage which is that the computers and printer all have to be in close proximity for the cables to reach.
The printer server should support the printer so that you can get maximum functionality from the printer device (including the multifunction feature).

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/Gray-Steel-Two-Ports-Printer-Sharing-USB-Switch-Box-/180502082365?cmd=ViewItem&pt=AU_Computers_Printer_Accessories&hash=item2a06c3333d

3. You can buy a printer server but for that you need to make sure the device fully supports the printer you have got including the multifunction features. Both computers will need to have network connection.
Something like http://www.netgear.com.au/au/Product/Print-Servers/Wired-Print-Servers/PS121

or
http://www.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=354892

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How to connect to network printer hp laserjet 2015 PCL5


I cannot connect to hp laserjet 2015 PCL5. wia network...
im using 64 bit windows 7, and tell me that Windows cant find a driver for HP.........i install driver and nothing........

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My tower has xp pro my 2 laptops are vista ..i have a HP 2410 all


Right click on the network connection used to connect your computers and click properties. In the box that says "client for microsoft networks" etc, scoll down and make sure file and printer sharing is checked.

Feb 20, 2009 | HP PSC 2410 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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I can NOT setup the printer on an ethernet network at home


You can get an Ethernet adapter for HP printers that plugs the USB in one slot and then an RJ45 cable from the other to the network. Good luck.

Jan 15, 2009 | HP PSC 2410 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Can I print via my wireless network with HP OfficeJet 6310xi?


Nothing helps. Print servers are capable of connecting a multifunction printer for printing capabilities only. For scanning, you have to connect directly to the Computer or by a Multifunction printer with wireless capabilities.

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Wireless printer


Hi,

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.


Thanks
Riz.

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