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Can my Desktop HP Pro 3500 Microtower PC connect wirelessly with an HP Envy 5020 Wireless printer?

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Can my Desktop HP Pro 3500 Microtower PC connect wirelessly with an HP Envy 5020 Wireless printer?

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Can my Desktop HP Pro 3500 Microtower PC connect wirelessly with an HP Envy 5020 Wireless printer?

Yes. That can be accomplished by following the directions starting on page 42 of this manual

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05643392

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Can my Desktop HP Pro 3500 Microtower PC connect wirelessly with an HP Envy 5020 Wireless printer?

Thank you for getting back to me.

Unfortunately I was unable to use Wireless on my HP desktop. The message was from Microsoft was to say that my machine did not support this.

Wireless works perfect from my i-Phone.

I went out and bought a USB cable which works but thanks for trying

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Can my Desktop HP Pro 3500 Microtower PC connect wirelessly with an HP Envy 5020 Wireless printer?

Thanks.  Using the USB cable is always the easiest.  The wireless effort assumes you have a wireless connection available for the desktop already existing.  I did not ask that but should have, most users already have wireless existing in the home or workplace.

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