HP wireless printers enable hassle-free printing as you don’t need to connect the printer to the computer through any wires or cables. Simply connect the printer and the computer to the same network and print as many documents as you want. But there can be a situation when you have established the wireless connection properly but after some time it gets failed.
If you are facing issues while connecting the printer
and the computer wirelessly, you can try to restart the printer, computer, and
router, and establish a new connection using the steps provided below:
Turn off the printer and wait for a
Take out the power cord from the
Turn off the computer that you are
going to print the document from.
Now, connect the power cord to the
printer and then turn on the printer.
Detach the power cord from your
wireless router and then wait for some time.
Reconnect the power cord to the
router and turn on the computer.
Now, connect your printer to the
network using the HP wireless setup wizard, WPS, or the HP Smart software,
whatever is supported by your printer.
In the next step, print a Wireless
Network Test Report. Follow any instructions on the report to further
troubleshoot wireless connectivity problems, if any.
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