06-12-2012 06:19 AM
I have a HP Laserjet P4014n that the plastic inside piece of the USB port on the printer broke off. After opening up the side access panel, I see the card that the USB port is soldered to, and I assume I could purchase that card and replace it, then have the USB port back working, but since the printer is fairly new, and I feel the price of the card would be pretty high (although I have not checked yet), my question is this... Can I set the printer up to use the ethernet port to print? I am using this at my house, not on a business network with a main server. I have three PC's sharing a DSL line through a switch. No home network set up, just sharing the internet connection. Is it possible to set up and use the ethernet port for printing, or is looking at purchasing a replacement card the only option? Thanks...
06-13-2012 06:11 AM
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