- Step 1:
Take a standard USB cable and connect one of it to the printer’s USB port.
- Step 2:
Connect the other end to the Wi-Fi router’s USB port.
- Step 3:
If your Wi-Fi router does not have a USB port, make use of a USB to Ethernet
- Step 4:
Position the Wi-Fi router near your computer to connect them through a USB or Ethernet cable.
- Step 5:
Now connect the printer to the Wi-Fi router.Connect both the devices to an electrical outlet and turn them on.
- Step 6:
Next, connect your Windows computer to the same wireless network and click the Start
- Step 7:
Click the Settingsicon at the bottom-left corner of the pop-up menu.
- Step 8:
In the Settings window, click on Devices and select the Printers & scanners
- Step 9:
Next, click the Add a printer or scanner
- Step 10:
Select your printer from the displayed list and click the Add device
- Step 11:
Follow the on-screen prompts to install the printer driver and check if you can print wirelessly from the computer to the printer.