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09-18-2009 07:18 PM
Solved! Go to Solution.
09-27-2009 04:12 PM
This problem is still not solved for those that are trying to print wirelessly! There are still issues with the related driver as it will not allow printing if Mac continues to use WPA2 security settings instead of WEP. I have had a long day yesterday trying to work this out with HP and Mac. I am hoping that someone has a solution for this? I don't think that we should have to dummy down the security protocol to print. HP should be able to come up with a print driver for the 1505 that allows us to print on our snow leopard Mac's through a wireless connection. This printer is not that old.
Looking forward to some help.
11-23-2009 10:03 AM
09-18-2010 04:36 PM
I got it to work.
Remove the printer from System Preferences, Print & Fax
Plug it into the extreme or express
Go to Airport Utility
Manually Configure your Airport Base Station
Click the Printers icon at the top:
Select the printer in the list then press edit.
Rename the printer p1505 (No spaces), press OK.
Click the AirPort icon
Click Base Stations tab
Rename your Airport Extreme Name (NOT the network name) so there are no spaces and it ends in .local. (example my base Station name is Frazier5.local.)
Update your extreme or express.
Now add the printer in print in fax like you normally would, but don't rename anything!
Make sure it's using the p1505 drivers not the generic one.
Kaching! Your printing!