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wheezyt
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Changing network on HP DESKJET 3050

Hi

Right so, I bought the 3050 about a a monthish ago now, and it was connected to my BT VOYAGER, but now i have changed my router to a bt homehub. I dont have the voyager any more, and i dont know how to change the printer connection to my voyager, does this mean, i have to unistall the program from my computer re install it and then go through the settings again?

Please help!

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Wheezy

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Re: Changing network on HP DESKJET 3050

No.  Assuming you are running some version of Windows:

 

1. Go to Start > Control Panel > Printers and delete your (old) printer

2. Go to Start > All Programs > Hewlett-Packard > Add Device and follow the instructions.

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Re: Changing network on HP DESKJET 3050

i have the same problem, but I don't have the HP file in my All Program files.  


PrintDoc wrote:

No.  Assuming you are running some version of Windows:

 

1. Go to Start > Control Panel > Printers and delete your (old) printer

2. Go to Start > All Programs > Hewlett-Packard > Add Device and follow the instructions.


i have the same challenge but I don't have a HP file in my all program file

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Re: Changing network on HP DESKJET 3050

OK, what operating system are you using?

 

Download and install the latest software for your printer from the "Support >Download Drivers" link at the top of this page.

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