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Can you connect computer and printer by switch?


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2010-07-02 16:34:26
2010-07-02 16:34:26

Yes, you if you printer has network interface (NIC). u can connect them through routers or switch


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One method is to use a printer switch box. See related links for some example devices. Another method would be to connect the printer to one computer and share the printer with another computer on the same network.

You will want to have the printer power cord plugged into the wall, and have the printer powered on. Do not connect the printer to your computer yet. Insert the ink cartridges into the printer, if thery're not already, and let the printer calibrate them. Run the setup software, and when prompted, connect the printer to your computer. DO NOT connect the printer to your computer until the setup software tells you to!

This depends on which printer you have.Some printers have a serial cable and the newer ons have a usb cable. You connect the cable to the computer at the back . Then reboot your computer. You then insert the driver CD into the computer and then install the drivers for that printer.

using a usb cable which is a connection between the computer and the printer only or wirelessly which means everyone on the network can use the printer but only if computer and printer is wireless

The Nikon D90 will indeed connect to a printer wirelessly, but make sure you have a compatible printer first.

usb to usb connection is the best way to connect your computer to your printer.

Yes, it can. You can use for printers with own NIC, or you can connect your printer to a printer server, or you can connect you printer to your router (not all routers support it), or you can connect the printer to your computer which is connected to the network and share the printer.

remote printer is these printer we can connect to many computer by using wireless comunication is called remote printer

Try reading the manual they will tell you how to connect your printer to your PC

Some printers have a wireless adapter, but most of them don't. There are two cases. You connect the printer to a computer which has a wireless adapter, or if your printer has a lan card you can connect it to your wireless router and use advantages of wireless networking in that way.

create a network with the pc's and the printer on 1 router/switch

To connect your Wi-Fi connected printer to your office computer, just follow the instructions on the manual. There should be a USB plug that allows you to plug it into the computer and connect it to the Wi-Fi printer. Then follow instructions from manual

Just connect computer to computer by crossing cable connect.

Yes, it is very important because it connect the computer to everything. It connect the printer to your computer. It also connect the Internet as well.

Modern printers connect using a USB port.

Put the printer on a shared network, then your desktop computer can also print to the same printer.

It's one way to connect a printer and computer together.

If they are a fairly recent computer and printer you will use a USB cable to connect one to the other.

To take a printout from a computer simply connect your printer and then select the printer and then click on the print icon.

Network switches can connect a computer with other devices, such as a printer, thus creating a network of shared resources. The switch allows these devices to exchange information.

You have to connect the printer to computer which has either wireless card or computer connected to the wireless router with a cable. After that connect the printer to the computer and go in printer settings. The one you need is sharing. Choose "Sharing", and add users allowed to send print jobs.

The majority of printers these days connect via the computer's USB port.

you connect both computers to the printers like you connect 1

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