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Windows 8

Windows 7

Vista or XP

Connect the HP printer to the network using wifi or USB and then connect it to your windows.

Windows operating system has a built in printer driver which enables the functioning of HP Printer in Windows.

Follow the steps given below to connect the HP printer to your Windows.

Step 1

Connecting the printer to the network:

  • Go to setup
  • Choose the option Network or Wireless
  • Tap on Wireless Setup Wizard.
  • Choose your wireless network name(SSID)
  • Enter the Password(WEP/WPA).
  • Your printer will get connected to the network.
  • No printer driver installation is required for Windows as it gets installed automatically while updating Windows software.

Step 2

Software update

  • Go to Windows search tool and click Start.
  • Type change device installation in the search menu bar.This opens the Device installation window.
  • Select ‘update automatically’ and save changes

Step 3

Printer driver installation

  • Go to start
  • In search menu bar type ‘add printer’
  • A new window opens
  • Key in the type of printer that needs installation.
  • To go with network connection, Select the option ‘Add a network wireless or Bluetooth printer’.Click on ‘use an existing port’ followed by ‘Next’.
  • But if the choice is USB connection, select ‘Add a local printer’.
  • Select your printer name followed by ‘next’.
  • A new window ‘install the printer driver’ appears.
  • Click on windows update.
  • From the list of printer manufacturers displayed,select HP.