How to Set Up a Wireless HP Printer Using HP Easy Start in Windows | HP Printers | HP


How to Set Up a Wireless HP Printer Using HP Easy Start in Windows From Windows, set up an HP printer and connect it to your wireless home or business network using HP Easy Start, a guided download and installation application for HP printers. To successfully set up and install your printer, gather the following materials and information: a Windows computer that is connected to the wireless network in which you want to connect your printer. It is important to note that some printers
support only a 2.4 gigahertz network, an HP printer, turned on and in a ready state, an active internet connection, and the wireless network password or key, if required by your network. For an easy installation, connect your printer to the network or restore Setup mode. Setup mode activates the first time you turn on your printer. If It has been longer than two hours since
you first turned on your printer, reset the printer network settings. For printers without a touch display, press the Cancel button to wake the printer from Sleep mode. Press and hold the Wireless and Cancel buttons at the same time for five seconds OR for LaserJet Pro printers, press and hold the Wireless button until the Ready and Attention lights blink simultaneously. Release the buttons to restore Setup Mode. For printers with a touch display, navigate
to the Wireless or Network Settings menu, and then select Restore Network Settings or Restore Network Defaults. For Tango and Tango X printers, press and hold the Wi-Fi button for five seconds until the edge lighting rotates blue. Some older printers might not support Setup Mode, so you must connect it to the network manually. For printers with a touch display, use the Wireless Setup Wizard to connect your printer to the network. For older printers without a touch display, press and hold the Wireless button on your printer for five seconds or until the wireless light blinks, and then, within two minutes, press and hold the Wi-Fi Protected Setup, or WPS button on your router for five seconds. On your computer, go to 123.hp.com. Enter your printer model, click Search, and
then click Download. Once downloaded, open HP Easy Start. If HP Smart downloads, open the application and follow the prompts to set up your printer. If prompted, select Continue, Run, or Yes,
depending on your version of Windows. Review the agreements and statements, select the check box to accept the terms, and then select Continue. HP Easy Start detects printers connected to the network, connected to the computer, and in Setup mode. If your printer is not detected, select My
Printer is Not Shown and follow the guided troubleshooter to get your printer connected. If necessary, select your printer, and then
select Continue. HP Easy Start connects your printer to the
same network as your computer. Read and respond to the on-screen instructions to get to the software selection screen. The current software and driver options for your printer display, including the recommended software for your configuration. Select the software and driver that best fits your needs, and then select Continue. The software downloads, and then opens automatically. If the software does not open, navigate to
your downloads folder and open the software. Read and respond to any screens to install the printer software. If prompted to choose how to connect your printer, select Automatic, and then select Next. Select your printer from the list of devices
on the network, and then select Next. Follow any additional instructions and, if
prompted, select Finish to complete the installation and start printing with your HP printer.

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