Wireless Printer Can't Connect to the Internet

I have a Kodak wireless inkjet printer at home for over an year now. i have been using it for my paper work for my office but recently the wireless system malfunctioned I think. I use a Netgear router with speed of 50 MB/s. Last night for some reason the printer won't connect to internet even though the router is working perfectly fine. Can anyone suggest ant solution?

  •   Mick
  • lay  1  Ans
  • lay  3 years ago
Answer - 1

For connecting your Kodak printer wirelessly, just have a look at these points -

  1. First of all, make sure that wireless card is installed on your system. If wireless is the card is not installed on your system then you can use the dongle in the computer’s USB port. Various times, due to improper shutdown, it becomes difficult to establish the wireless connection. If PCI card slots are available on your desktop computer then have to install WiFi PCI card to make your system accessible for wireless connection.
  2. Now you have to connect your Kodak printer to the computer via USB cable. This step is necessary for connecting Kodak printer wirelessly. Once connection gets established, you can remove USB cable.
  3. Insert Kodak printer installation disc into your system and then follow on-screen prompts to complete the installation process.
  4. Next, press the Home button of your Kodak printer. By doing this, you will see some options on printer’s LCD screen. Now, scroll down mouse cursor to WiFi Setup Wizard and then tap on OK button. From the menu options, choose Wireless and press OK. Now you are redirected to a list of network, where you have to choose a particular network.
  5. Once Kodak printer’s setup is complete, you can remove USB cable. Then turn off Kodak printer and wait for a couple of minutes. After some time, turn on your Kodak printer. Wait for a few moments to start up. Now you will see your printer’s WiFi light is illuminating. If that WiFi light is steady then you should understand your Kodak printer is successfully connected wirelessly.
  •   Dave
  • lay  4 months ago