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Looking to add my printer to my laptop need passcode for my up photosmart C309a series printer

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Looking to add my printer to my laptop.

I need the passcode for my HP Photosmart C309aseries printer.

I would appreciate the help.

Fred Flintstone and l grew up together may explain why I'm asking for help.

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Welcome to the HP Support Community.


You'll find the passcode on the network configuration page:


Use Wireless Setup Wizard a. Write down your network name (SSID) and WEP key or WPA passphrase. b. Turn on wireless radio. ❑ Press Setup. ❑ Highlight Network and press OK. ❑ Highlight Wireless Radio and press OK. ❑ Highlight On and press OK. c. Start Wireless Setup Wizard. ❑ Highlight Wireless Setup Wizard and press OK. d. Connect to wireless network. ❑ The setup wizard searches for available networks, and then displays list of detected network names (SSIDs). ❑ Highlight your network name and press OK e. Follow prompts. ❑ Follow the prompts on display to complete connection. ❑ Press OK to print a network configuration page. f. Install software.


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