Following are the steps for a first-time HP Officejet printer setup:
- Unwrap the printer package and get all the printer accessories and the printer.
- Now, uncover the printer and the printer parts and keep them ready to connect.
- Place the printer on a flat surface close to an electrical socket.
- Connect a power cord to the printer and the wall outlet and check the consistency of the power supply.
- Turn on the power supply and wait for the HP Officejet printer to turn on automatically.
- Complete the display settings and install ink cartridges into the access area.
- Stuff printing sheets and establish a connection between the PC and printer.
Listed below are the steps to download and install an HP printer driver in no time:
- Turn on the PC and check the system OS is upgraded version.
- Now, go to the web browser and look for an official HP website online.
- Type the Officejet printer model on-screen and wait for the available driver list.
- Pick a compatible driver and hit on the download button to get the files downloaded.
- Double-tap on the downloaded driver file to get an installation wizard on-screen.
- Follow the driver installation steps and pick a network mode to complete the driver download and installation steps.
- Test the printer by assigning a test print job.
Connecting the HP Officejet printer to a wireless network is simple. Get along with the steps and complete the wireless connectivity at ease:
- Turn on the PC and the HP Officejet printer.
- Go to the control panel of the printer and hit on the home icon.
- Now, choose network settings and pick the wireless settings menu.
- Tap on the wireless setup wizard icon now and follow the steps.
- Enter the router’s name and password and hit on the continue button.
- The HP Officejet printer will now get a wireless connection.
- Also, connect the PC to the same Wi-Fi to continue printing online.
Troubleshoot the HP Officejet printer using the set of steps given below:
- Turn on the printer, PC, and router. Check you have placed them on a flat surface.
- Now, assign a print task to the printer. Check if both the PC and printer are working.
- Detach the USB cable and the power cord keeping both devices active.
- Wait for 2 minutes and continue connecting the power cord back to the printer.
- Check if the power cord receives a consistent power supply.
- Now, turn on the devices and connect the PC and printer to the nearby router.
- Get a wireless test report and check if the network signal is without buffers.