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windows 10 wireless printer offline

Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Changed internet providers and now my laptop shows my HP printer offline.  It is setup as a wireless printer. No longer have option to check printer online. 

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Re: windows 10 wireless printer offline

Please provide the following relevant information so someone can help including:



Printer Model -

Complete and Detailed Problem Description including all network devices-

Operating System of computer (including service pack revision) -

Connection Method - USB, Hardwired LAN, Wireless, Wireless Direct? -

Make and model of router and modem? -

Error messages - on printer screen and/or computer, any blinking light patterns? -

Do you think the printer is going to sleep and can’t wake up? -

If wireless, when the problem occurs, what is the status of Blue Wireless light on printer, on, off or blinking? –



Power off printer and router.  Power on router and wait 3 mins, power on printer.  Does it connect to the router now?  What is the printers IP address?

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