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Printing wirelessly from my laptop

New hp Photosmart 7520 printer installed and prints ok from PC.  How do I get laptop to also print wirelessly?  Have a DSL gateway router.

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Re: Printing wirelessly from my laptop



How do you connect your printer to the PC ? If wirelessly, you can use same installation CD to install it on your laptop. If using USB, you have to make your PC as a print server wirelessly. My suggestion: connect the printer to a wireless router, the following manual may help: 



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What operating system for the laptop?  You can download and install the full featured driver from HP here.

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Install the software and drivers on your laptop and connect.

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