Cannot connect C4780 to the new wireless network

I have a HP C4780 printer. We moved recently and I am trying to install on / connect to our new wireless network (new SSID). I have Verizon FiOS, but seems not support WPS configuration connection.

I don't have the CD that came with the printer.

When I connect to my iMac via USB, the printer connects automatically.

What I don't know is how to connect wireless - where to enter the SSID / WPA-2, etc.

I tried dozens of paths of online help - I thought I had SOME clues of what I was doing, but apparently not.

Y at - there anyone who can help?

Thank you

mbwiles

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Hi mbwiles,

I watched Cougar and found that it is Mac OS X 10.8.  The driver for 10.8 is not available for download from HP that you saw.   A Windows laptop would try to get the printer on the network and then the Mac could see.  Of course a Mac laptop with an earlier version would also work as long as the driver is available for download.

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