How to Install a Network Printer via WiFi?
If you are interested in understanding what you need to do to install a network printer, and if you have a device used for printing with wireless connectivity support, you can use it on your computer. You will need to start by installing the necessary drivers and software to take advantage of the device. To do this simply, open your favorite web browser, connect to your printer maker’s website, type in the search field that is usually found at the top of your printer’s model name (e.g. Epson XP-620 ), find and/or click the section ConductorThe displayed web page and download to your computer. If you encounter any difficulties, you can try a look at the tutorials suggested in the previous lines when I explained how to install a printer using a USB cable.
Once the driver download process is complete, open your installation package, and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup. In most cases, just click the Next button and/or Good.
In addition to what I just described, you can install the driver to connect your Wi-Fi printer and use the floppy disk attached to the device’s sales package. To install Wi-Fi printer drivers via a floppy disk, simply insert the latter into the computer’s CD / DVD player and follow the appropriate wizard that appears on the screen that starts automatically.
If you’re using a Mac, note that you’ll most likely need to manually download drivers from the Internet to install a network printer. In fact, as soon as the printer is connected to the Mac via a USB cable, it is automatically recognized. OSX will download the necessary drivers to install a printer with Wi-Fi connectivity support and be able to use it properly.
In any case, if you need to download and install the drivers and if you have to stick to the setup process, the wizard will automatically install at this location to install auxiliary printers for Wi-Fi connectivity. Should start Then choose to use the device wirelessly, and then follow the on-screen instructions.
If the automatic setting of the wireless connection to the printer is not successful, you can manually enter the name of the Wi-Fi network in use and the password associated with the computer.
Alternatively, you can install a network printer by working directly from the device’s front panel. To do this, use the printer’s front panel keys, usually near the screen. Specifically, you must find the article from the Wi-Fi Device menu, select it, and then start the Network Scan. Then choose your wireless network name, enter the password you need to log in and wait for the printer to notify you that this connection has been successfully established.
That’s it, I would say that you can say more than satisfied: You have finally managed to install a network printer. From now on, you can use your Wi-Fi printer on all computers, smartphones, and tablets that are part of your local network by simply selecting the document printing process and then selecting the device.
How to Install a Wired Network Printer?
If, on the other hand, you have a printer that does not support wireless connectivity and is therefore interested in understanding how to install it via cable, using a USB connection or LPT parallel port If so, they are very different from the steps you need to take. That I have pointed out in previous posts. To get started, you need to connect the printer to the computer using the cable, then you also need to connect the printer to the electrical outlet. Then press the power button on the device. Now, insert the disc into the CD / DVD player on your computer in the printer’s sales package, and then start the setup to install the software and drivers required to use the printer.
In most cases, just click the button to complete the installation of the software and drivers required to use the printer. Next and follow the simple instructions on the screen until you are clearly connected to the device and computer using a USB cable or parallel LPT port.
If, on the other hand, your printer’s sales package does not have a floppy disk, you can find the software and drivers needed for installation and use by contacting the appropriate manufacturer’s website. To do this, open your favorite web browser linked to your printer manufacturer’s website, typically type in the search field at the top of the printer model name
(e.g. Epson XP-332 ), Search And/or click the section Software from the displayed web page and download the program to your computer. While careful to click on the section, repeat the same procedure for drivers in Mosul after finding the resources available for your printer.
Once the software and driver download process is complete, open your installation package (for example printer name) and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup.
If you have a Mac instead of a Windows PC, you know that it is more likely that you will need to find software and drivers from the device installation disk or the Internet to install a network printer. In general, as soon as a printer is connected to the Mac via cable, it is automatically recognized. OS X will download everything the printer needs to work properly.
Now, if you have a Windows PC to complete the process of installing a network printer, make sure the sharing actions in the printer are enabled on your computer. To do this, press the Start button attached to the taskbar, type Control Panel in the search field, and then click on the first result of the list. In the window that will now open on the desktop, go to Network and Internet, click Network and Sharing Center, and then press Voice to change the advanced settings for sharing located in the left sidebar. At this point, first, expand the section that refers to private use, and then the second, which refers to public use, and verify that there is a checkmark next to the item. Enable file and printer sharing. If the checkmark does not exist, paste it. To confirm your changes, click the Save Changes button at the bottom
At this point, close the Control Panel, click the Start button again, type Type Devices and Printers in the search field that appears, and then click the first result in the list. In the window that appears now, right-click the printer you want to share on the network and select this item from the menu that appears on Printer Properties.
Then access the card Share, place a checkmark next to the article Printer Share Write in the field Share the name you want to assign to the printer first click Apply and then save to nice changes.
If you have a Mac instead of a Windows PC and want to complete the process of installing a network printer, go to the System Preferences section and then click Share. Then stick the checkmark next to the entrance. Select Printer Share and Printer to share from the center panel.
That’s it, I would say that you can say more than satisfied: You have finally managed to install a network printer. From now on, you can take advantage of your wired printer on all computers, smartphones, and tablets that are part of your local network by simply selecting the document printing process and then selecting the device to print.