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Can the HP printer 5740 handle with two different networks?

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HP officejet 5740 e
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I got another desktop with the HPC3070E printer installed on it.
I myself have the HP Officejet 5740 e all-in-one series. I have removed the old printer and am having trouble installing the 5740. Incidentally, HP print and scan Doctor still sees the old HPC3070 that I removed in my system.

The reason is probably that the printer is in a mesh network (network name luz () and my desktop is directly connected to the router. My my desktop also has built-in wi-fi, (network name Meo). My question; Can the 5740 handle it? with two different networks (Meo and Luz) - it is not an option to have the other users on the Wi-Fi network Meo because they are not receiving enough and the Mesh network cannot be used.

Or should I also wirelessly connect my desktop that is now directly connected to the router to the Luz network? I want to prevent that because I have a network connection at the back of my desktop. like your advice

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Welcome to the HP Support Community.


Our Printers are meant to work with only one network at time.


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