Printers - Installing and Using the Windows Built-in Print Driver
"A computer printer does not work until you install the included drivers and software. If you have lost the CD for your printer, you can call our expert they will help printer driver installation. A listing of printer manufacturers and links to their associated drivers pages are on our printer drivers page."
You can solve these problem by downloading and installing the latest driver for Printer. In order to check, Open Device Manager and go to Device Manager if yellow question mark shown beside the name of Printer, there can be issue. If you’re Printer comes with a disc that have software which install the printer driver.
To set up an printer on a wireless (Wi-Fi) network, install the print driver and software from the website. When prompted during the installation, select Wireless as the connection type.
Step 1: Decide how to install the software
Before you install the software, choose an installation method. The following information might help you decide which installation method to use.
CD: Installing the printer software from the CD is quick and easy. Yet, the CD might not contain the latest software available, even with a newer printer.
Download: Downloading the printer software from the website provides you with the latest printer software. Even though it takes more time than using the CD, downloading the latest software can help avoid installation issues.
Step 2: Prepare for installation
Before installing the printer software and connecting to your wireless network, check the requirements, turn on the computer and the router, and set up the printer.
Gather the following items:
Network name: The network name is the SSID.
Network password (WEP key or WPA security passphrase)
A computer connected to your wireless network
Internet access (recommended): recommends broadband Internet access such as cable or DSL.
Your wireless-capable printer: Place your printer close to the computer during the installation.
USB cable: The installer might prompt you to connect a USB cable.
Make sure the printer, router, and computer are all turned on, and that the computer is connected to the same wireless network to which you are connecting the printer.
Set up the printer, load paper into the input tray, and install the toner cartridges. For detailed steps, go to the Customer Help page, type your printer model and First Time Printer Setup, press Enter, and then select the document from the list.
Disconnect any USB or Ethernet cables from the printer.
Step 3: Connect the printer to the wireless network
Connect the printer to your network with a router that Helps Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), or connect the printer to your network with the Wireless Setup Wizard on the printer.
Use Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) to connect the printer so the installer can find the printer during the installation. Consult your wireless router manual to confirm if it Helps the WPS push button connection type.