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Printer won't connect to WIFI

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HP LaserJet Pro 200 color MFP M276nw
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My HP LaserJet Pro 200 color MFP M276nw won't connect wirelessly. It keeps saying Invalid WPA Passphrase. When trouble shooting it says: Your wireless router requires a WPA security passphrase. The passphrase configured on your HP printer does not match exactly. Run the wireless network  setup to re-enter your wireless network WPA security passphrase. (Which I've done 1000 times........)

***The WPA authentication method on your HP Printer has been changed from the default setting. This may cause  problems when connecting  to your wireless network. If  your wireless router  is not using the same WPA authentication method.***

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Hi,

What is your router brand and model?

 

Shlomi

 



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