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How to Connect HP Photosmart c4780 to Wifi

Tags: Mac OS X Message 2 of 6. Hi, What Dlink router do you have? Once restorng the wireless settings, power down the printer and turn it back on. Navigate the Wireless menu and ensure the Wireless Radio is turned on. Connect to it, allow it two minutes to connect and print a Wireless Report. Please let me know if that may help, Shlomi Say thanks by clicking the Kudos thumb up in the post.

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will not connect to a wireless network

Message 3 of 6. Reply 0 Kudos. Message 4 of 6. Hi, You should press te WPS option on the printer first.

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Wait up to two minutes while the printer automatically establishes a network connection with the wireless network. Say thanks by clicking the Kudos thumb up in the post.

[SOLVED] HP Photosmart C All-in-One

So, can anybody give me troubleshooting suggestions? But I need help setting up wireless. Let me know if I'm being too technical - or not technical enough! There is a blank space here. Unreal Circumstances. Adv Reply. November 10th, 2.

HP Photosmart C4780 ePrint Software for Network and Wireless Connected Printers

I just purchase this exact printer. To get it set-up for wireless it seems you need to configure it. Here's what I did: I went to www. This required opening up a terminal and running the setup through that. It's important not to have the printer connected to the computer at this point. Once you've downloaded the newest version it will start the setup. Select which option you want the printer to be configured too.

Step 1: Connect the printer to your network

You will need to connect first with USB and then configure the wireless after that. This option allows you to enter your SSID and any security encryption key. This will then take you through a few more screens that sets up the wireless feature. I did have a small issue where I installed the printer twice on my computer. I simply deleted one and enabled the other printer.

All in all it was a fast and pretty painless install.

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All my features are working nicely. Basically I followed the directions on the www. One point to make about the website is that the direction are for an earlier version of the package so make sure you change the 6 in the website's command to the 10 in the current version. I hope this helps and that you got the document that you needed!

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Good Luck! November 10th, 3. I am only using the wireless printer until I get colour ink for mine. Which may be a while considering I get no allowance and I don't have a job -Matt. November 27th, 4. Works like a charm.

Re: HP Photosmart C4780 All-in-One

Install the HP software and drivers and set up a connection to a Mac computer This document is for HP Photosmart C, C, C, C, C I am new to MAC & have had this printer for quite sometime but it was never opened. I am now trying to connect it to my computer wirelessly.

November 27th, 5. Well, it did, and it works perfectly. Thanks much for showing me this!