Complete Steps For HP LaserJet P1102W Wireless Setup In this article we have explained the steps for HP LaserJet P1102W wireless printer setup. By following these simple steps you will be able to set up your printer on any of your devices.
HP Wireless LaserJet P1102W Printer Setup For Windows
If you are using Windows computer and want to use HP printer in wireless mode, then set up the same by following these steps-
Firstly, turn on your Windows system and your HP printer. Keep the printer close to the computer.
On your computer, go to www.123.hp.com/laserjet page and follow the prompts to download the full feature printer driver by clicking on the ‘Download’ button.
Now open the downloaded file to begin the setup process.
Read the terms carefully of license agreement and check the box next to ‘I have reviewed and accept the agreements and settings’ and select easy install option checkbox. Thereafter click on the ‘Next’ option.
The next page will show you option of ‘printer found’. So from there select HP LaserJet P1102W printer and hit ‘continue’.
After the software installation is completed, the setup will bring up the printers it can find. If the desired printer is not visible, then click on ‘my printer is not shown’ button and click on ‘continue’.
Now select ‘Configure to print over the wireless network’ option and click on ‘Next’.
Now the software and driver will begin installation.
Now connect the computer to the printer using the USB cable.
Once the printer connection is detected, the installation process will continue on the wireless configuration utility. Select “Next”.
When prompted for ‘Wireless Discovery’ step, select ‘Automatic’ to find the computer for wireless login credentials and then select ‘Next’
Now the ‘Wireless Network Credentials’ will be shown and the screen will display the network name. Select your network and hit ‘Next’ button.
Lastly remove the USB cable & select finish on your windows computer.
HP laserjet P1102W Wireless Setup On Mac OS
Steps to setup your HP LaserJet P1102 wirelessly to your Mac device-
Firstly turn on your printer and make sure that there is no error light on the printer and your printer is in ready status.
Now, turn on your Mac device and connect it to the wireless network that you want to share with the printer.
Next, connect Mac device to the printer using the USB Cable.
A pop-up window will display on the screen automatically. It will ask for permission to download and install the necessary software . Click on the “install” option to grant permission.
The prompt of the license agreement will follow the permission. Read the terms correctly, and if you are satisfied with it, click on the ‘agree’ button. This will automatically download and install the necessary software for your printer version.
Once the installation is complete, click on the ‘Apple’ icon and open ‘System Preferences’.
Then, click on ‘Open Print Queue’ and press the ‘printer setup’ button.
Now click on ‘settings’ and press on the ‘utility’ button and click on ‘open printer utility’ button.
In the new window click on the ‘HTML configuration’ at the bottom of the left-hand side.
Thereafter, click on the ‘Networking’ tab and select ‘Wireless’ under the ‘IPV4 Configuration’. Now under the ‘Wireless’ section, change the status from ‘disabled’ to ‘enabled’.
Click on ‘apply’ and select ‘Ok’.
Now go back on the previous page of wireless setup. Under the ‘Network Name (SSID)’ select the name of your shared network from the bottom right corner of the window. Then click on the button that displays the two arrows on the left-hand side of the network names.
Under the authentication field, choose the ‘Security Mode’ from the drop-down menu at the bottom and type the network password correctly and click on ‘apply’ button.
Now again return to ‘printers & scanners’ and click on the (+) sign.
From the popup window select HP LaserJet P1102W printer. Then bring the drop-down menu in the ‘use’ section at the bottom and choose your printer name. Click on ‘add’ button.
Finally, HP Laserjet P1102w wireless printer will be setup on Mac and will be ready to print.