12-10-2013 01:42 PM
No problem. I have a voip wifi router and have several computers, most (four) have Win7, one Win8.1 and one (sometimes two) have OSX. I have two internet radios and four smartphones (3 iOS, one Android). There are three PS3s, one Xbox and one Wii. An until three weeks ago I had an HP Photosmart 7510 and an older HP Photosmart C7280 (which has also stopped working (with a similar problem), but so old that the warranty has run out).
I tried testing with the USB cable in the 7510 and that worked fine for more than 24 hours, but the printer was to no use for all of the above units exept for the one computer to which it was attached.
I've had no problem with the 7510 until a couple of moths or so ago. I tried changing the router's frequency, but to no avail.
Does this sound vaguely familiar or do we have entirely different set-ups?
I talked to my retailer a few hours ago. They will call me back tomorrow and suggest some kind of solution, so I hope that I will not be able to test much longer
12-10-2013 02:18 PM
12-10-2013 02:35 PM
12-10-2013 03:07 PM
My laptop was just upgraded to 8.1 and don't believe it's an issue. It's wired to the router and don't use much. When trying to nail this problem down i suspected the new router or my desktop which is running Windows 7 Ultimate(Wired) might be the issue. I uninstalled the HP printer drivers to see if maybe if it was the drivers acting up but the printer still error coded.
I'm leanng towards the router but haven't ruled out the desktop completely. There's way to may settings to fool around with on the router to try a nail something definitive. It might boil down to using a packet sniffer and trying to decipher what information is going around before the error code pops up.
The router is setup is about 3 feet away from the printer and even tried to move the printer another 6 feet away with no luck.
Think this might boil down to a HP firmware update to make the connection a bit more forgiving.(?)
The printer has worked flawless for over a year an half, and have stuck by HP printer product for almost a decade. It be a shame if i would to start looking at competitors products if some sort of solution can not be found.
12-10-2013 03:20 PM