02-25-2010 05:31 PM - edited 02-25-2010 05:32 PM
The solution in the reply above (#9) worked for me to use my printer (Epson stylus nx100), but I can't scan with it. I tried redownloading the driver software, but i keep getting the error message about the printer driver not being installed. Any more ideas?
03-26-2010 09:08 AM - edited 03-26-2010 09:09 AM
I have just talked to the support through online chat, and got the same answer, "your printer (HP CP1515n) has not been tested and thus can not be verified to be compatible blah blah".
While I was waiting for that reply, I have googled a bit and found this forum page.
Hopefully this IP solution on first page will help... I'm trying it as soon as I get back home from work.
04-01-2010 06:32 PM
Thanks bro. Those series of steps worked on my Brother HL-2040 which was also unsupported. The issues with Acrobat files did not come up. Appreciate your advice and the detailed steps you wrote down. It helped me out!
05-21-2010 07:30 AM
When I connect with a cable, everything works fine. But when I unplug the cable, the printserver can't be found.
I copy and past the same key from my laptop. The only problem I can see so far: the last character of the key isn't shown in the printsserver, nor can I add it.
It's a preshared key from my router, so I can't change it to something shorter.
06-04-2010 09:18 AM
I purchased the WPSM54G for use with my HP 1200 Laserjet. My laptop is running Windows 7 64-bit. Not realizing that the software wasn't compatible with with Windows 7, I ran it and it ran fine configuring the printserver (I set the ip address as dynamic). Then I got to the part of configuring my computer and I got an error message stating that the software was incompatible with the OS. I found instructions on the interent on how to set the printserver up manually, so I followed them and set it with a fixed ip address (same as the one that was assigned dynamicly) and I still can't get the printer to print except that I found out that when I connect the ethernet cable from the modem to the printserver, the printer will print from the computer. Anyone know what's going on here?
07-04-2010 10:13 AM
Same problem with HP CP2025 color laserjet.. Works fine on USB and even "Linksys" wired ethernet, but during he Linksys computer install... No drivers found. Why don't they tell you it only works with a very limited list of printers before you buy it? Seems like false advertising to me. Besides, what the heck is the difference? Once the data runs through the Windows print sever, shouldn't data in = data out? Always been a Linksys fan but future purchases are less clear now after this farce.
Anyway tried the 12 line suggestion from batlangl on post #9 and it worked. However, it is EXTREMELY slow to the point of walk away and come back later when it is finished. Any ideas on the slow speed issue? Windows XP.
08-29-2010 11:37 AM
You're awesome Ed! I spent hours on this thing and had set up a TCP/IP port connection, but missed the LPR and L1 options...several hours, several four letter words and this got me set up in a second. Thank you sir!