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Wireless p/word for wireless connection (WPA Passphrase) is this my wi-fi password? Nothing works

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I am going through the process of trying to connect my Deskjet2540 wirelessly to my wi-fi and it asks me for a (WPA Passphrase).  Is this the wi-fi password or something else as nothing is working

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@Jo2611 Yes, WPA passphrase is the wireless password and for more details on connecting the printer to the wireless network, check this out:

 

Connecting your wireless printer

  1. Unpack your printer.
  2. Follow the setup instructions to remove packaging.
  3. Plug in the power cord, turn on the printer and install print cartridges. Allow the printer to go through its startup routine, including printing an alignment page (if applicable).
  4. Choose one of the connection methods described below. If your printer supports it and you choose an Ethernet (wired) connection, connect it now and skip to installing printer softwareNote: while using an Ethernet connection the printer's wireless system is disabled.

If you want to print wirelessly without a wireless router, learn about it here.

For more details: click here

 

P.S: Welcome to HP Community 😉

 

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That said, I will have someone follow-up on this to ensure you've been helped,

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have a good day, ahead.

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