Connecting printer to the home wifi connection

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I just got myself an HP deskjet 2545 printer. I bought this model in order to rid myself of cables as much as possible. I am trying to connect the printer to my laptop through a WI-FI connection, but so far to no avail. I have tried to use the software provide, but windows 8 is not compatible with the drivers. Can anyone help me?

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Connecting printer to the home wifi connection

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HELLO

I will going to explain that how to connect the printer to the WiFi network connection. There are following steps, You need to follow First of all, You need to unpack your printer. Then you need to follow the step to remove or delete the the packing, Firstly you need to plug in the power cord and get to start the your printer and need to install the print cartridges. Now printer will get to start through their routine with page alignment.

Now you should chose the connection methods which is support by your printer and need to choose an Ethernet connection. Now you should connect to it then the Ethernet connection disabled to the wireless. Wireless connection is a technology that allow you to connect your printer to your wireless network. This technology is used for connect your printer without any cables, In this simply you need to enter your wireless network setting as network name and your network password. Some printer have some standard capability to install some software.

You have windows, Your system having wireless connection to your network and operating system has control by the wireless adapter so that HP software can get your network setting. Now your system is connected to the network, May be your system does not use static IP address. Now your HP printer is connect in wireless mode. Now you have to use some instruction and follow them when installing HP printer software. After that you need to type the Ethernet/wireless. Then chose "yes" and my wireless setting t to the printer is recommended. And rest of process is done by your HP software.

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