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Problem printing wirelessly with OfficeJet Pro 8600 on a Macbook Pro running OS 10.7.4
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Message 11 of 17 (701 Views)

Re: Problem printing wirelessly with OfficeJet Pro 8600 on a Macbook Pro running OS 10.7.4

i removed the security... and it still doesnt work!!!

 

what does that say?

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Message 12 of 17 (695 Views)

Re: Problem printing wirelessly with OfficeJet Pro 8600 on a Macbook Pro running OS 10.7.4

i removed it and it still doesnt work!!!

 

 

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Re: Problem printing wirelessly with OfficeJet Pro 8600 on a Macbook Pro running OS 10.7.4

Upgrade the routers firmware to 2.0.03 build 9.  Hard reset the router after and reconfigure it manually back to your settings and try again.

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Printer Hint #1 - Always buy a printer with a display panel for easy configuration.
Printer Hint #2 - Always buy a printer with separate black and separate color cartridges.
Printer Hint #3 - Always buy a wireless printer with an Ethernet port for backup.
Special Hint: There is a 97.2% (and increasing) chance the information you seek is in the User Guide/Manual or on your printers HP Support Page. Remember, Google is your friend.
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Re: Problem printing wirelessly with OfficeJet Pro 8600 on a Macbook Pro running OS 10.7.4

i did the upgrade of the firware earlier... when you say hard reset, do you mean pressing the tiny button in the tiny hole at the back?

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Re: Problem printing wirelessly with OfficeJet Pro 8600 on a Macbook Pro running OS 10.7.4

But your first post has an older firmware revision.  Yes, after all firmware update on routers you must hard reset the router by pressing and holding the reset button for 30 seconds and release.  Power cycle the router and reconfigure it manually back to your settings.

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If my post resolved your problem, please mark it as an Accepted Solution .
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Printer Hint #1 - Always buy a printer with a display panel for easy configuration.
Printer Hint #2 - Always buy a printer with separate black and separate color cartridges.
Printer Hint #3 - Always buy a wireless printer with an Ethernet port for backup.
Special Hint: There is a 97.2% (and increasing) chance the information you seek is in the User Guide/Manual or on your printers HP Support Page. Remember, Google is your friend.
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Message 16 of 17 (687 Views)

Re: Problem printing wirelessly with OfficeJet Pro 8600 on a Macbook Pro running OS 10.7.4

THANKS!!!!!!

 

IT WORKS!!!!  It was all about the firmware update!  I'm back at my original wettngs with WEP...

 

Thank you VERY MUCH!!!!!!

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Re: Problem printing wirelessly with OfficeJet Pro 8600 on a Macbook Pro running OS 10.7.4

Great.  Well, that didn't take long did it??  Smiley Wink

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If my post resolved your problem, please mark it as an Accepted Solution .
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Printer Hint #1 - Always buy a printer with a display panel for easy configuration.
Printer Hint #2 - Always buy a printer with separate black and separate color cartridges.
Printer Hint #3 - Always buy a wireless printer with an Ethernet port for backup.
Special Hint: There is a 97.2% (and increasing) chance the information you seek is in the User Guide/Manual or on your printers HP Support Page. Remember, Google is your friend.
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