restart the compuer or replug the cable or replug the USB cable
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
Someone can attach a network printer to a standalone computer by using a USB connection. Using a cord to attach the printer to the computer, then installing the printer software, someone can then use the printer from the computer.
usb to usb connection is the best way to connect your computer to your printer.
No, unless the printer is Bluetooth enabled.
What is often called a printer is simply an output device. The computer communicates with the firmware called printer drivers in the computer. The driver makes the connection with the printing output device.
Connect the printer to a network computer that is connected via a wireless router. If that doesn't work, use the built in WiFi connection and tell the computer to look for it and add it is a separate printer, then set it as the default printer.
You must have a network capable printer, with either an internal or external network connection, or you may connect the printer to the network as a shared printer connected to a network computer.
Check your ink or toner supply, and that the printer is receiving the correct signals from the computer or network. If a test page is blank, you are either out of ink or the print head has failed. Always try a different printer before assuming that the printer is broken -- it could be the connection or the manner in which the data is being received.
You basically have two types of connection. First one is a local printer, it's a printer connected directly to the computer you attempt to print from. Second one is a network printer which can be either directly connected to the network or connected to another computer and shared among network users.
my answer-> Its an all-in-oneanswer b4 mine->There are two ways to make that connection. You either try finding a paraller connection splitter, ie, a box that has one input parallel connection (for the printer) and two output parallel connections (to each of the computers) and somehow toggles between the computers when needed, or you install the printer in one of the computers and establish a network connection between the computers with printer sharing.
The printer driver resides on the computer. It is the software that tells the computer how to talk to the printer.
There is only one parallel port per computer, but in the recent years that port is obsolete. The newer printer models use the usb connection and that way the communication between the computer and the printer is much faster.
There are multiple connection options for a Network Printer. 1. The Printer can be attached to a Router and be available to all of the Network's Computers that can access that router. 2. If the printer is attached to Computer "A" (via USB or WiFi) any Computer on the Network that can access Computer "A" can be allowed to access the Printer. Of course Computer "A" MUST be up and running.
You can, provided that the laser printer has a USB connection and provided that the computer has a USB port and that the Operating System is capable of supporting the printer (it must have the proper "drivers" loaded)
A (local) printer
You can easily fix it with utility called Printer Spooler Fix Wizard as I remember.
You need to choose "Fit to page" in printer's options.
If in relation to Computer Printers? I would understand the term communication is the ability for the computer to talk to the printer, either by a cable connection or by wifi.
You need a printer that is a wifi printer or a printer you install on the computer. Once you do that you can send things to the printer.
Depending on the Notebook computer and the printer, they can be "hooked-up." On modern notebook computers and modern printers, this can be done via a wireless network or a direct wireless connection via bluetooth. If a physical connection is necessary, it is usually done via a Universal Serial Bus (USB) cable. Keep in mind that for you to be able to print from the notebook to the printer with the connection in place, the proper drivers (software) must be on and working on the notebook computer.
Get a better computer, a better connection or join a faster server.
Printer will not print from computer if: 1. The printer is not connected to computer 2. The printer Driver is not installed on the computer 3. The printer Driver is not compatible with the Operating System on your computer There are a whole lot of other possibilities please be specific with the problem scenario the printer is connected to the computer but when I go into my computer and go to add or remove it shows that it is locked out
It depends if your printer can take the resolution you want. Try setting the printer settings to High quality.
you have this cord that comes with your printer and you hook it up to your printer and computer and there it is done!
A bootstrap sweep circuit is a connection between two machines that can be used by themselves. It would be like linking a computer to a printer without Internet capabilities. The printer can work without the Internet on its own and so can the computer.