J4680 Wireless Setup problems
Help! I just bought a J4680 all-in-one. I tried to configure the wireless. He failed on filtering. The print sheet, suggested that I turn off MAC filtering in my wireless router. I have connected to my wireless router & found that this option was already disabled. What is my next step? (I can get the printer works correctly using a wired connection). Can I configure a static IP address instead of using a DHCP address? Who will work in its place?
Try to change the channel from router to 11 and then to restart the printer.
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I have been using my p1102w with the usb connection, but due to the reorganization of the House I would like to configure the wireless. I went to start and programs and click Wireless Setup. When it asks me to choose my SSID, I select it. It gives me an error "the printer could not communicate with any router or with the given SSID access point" or something of that nature. I made sure that the wireless button has been pushed on the printer, so it was blinking. IM at a loss to know what to do now. Thank you. My model is CE651.
For the readers of the forum of the future, I solved my problem by changing the name of my network to something without spaces. For example, instead of "fluffy dog" is now "fluffydog". After that the installation program immediately recognized my SSID.
Having problems connecting to the router HP 4620. Using a new Apple Airport Extreme. Move the flashing blue light on the printer. Anyone?
You should have a really easy option here to connect the printer to your network. If you are installing the printer via the USB port, there should be a way to activate the wireless configuration wizard which should convert the machine during a wired to a wireless USB connection. Let me know if it works for you and I'll be back just for you!
PS I hope you have a wonderful week!
Good day everyone,
Core i5, 4 GB ram.
I have a hard drive SSD to accelerate the machine, and I didn't use windows 8, so I installed my copy of Windows 7 ultimate x 64.
Since there is no drivers, I downloaded the keyboard and driver of the mouse as well as the wifi & Bluetooth driver on my Samsung laptop then I transferred the files on the Dell and install - everything was going well until I started to download the other drivers (directly from the Dell site). After you install the rest of the drivers I continued to receive (and I don't always) an error message on the configuration without wire - Notification dll has not been registered, program will not work correctly.
I can't find anything that will help my situation - I tried on the advice that I found on Internet to run CMD as administrator and typing a line that would register this dll<-- that="" didn't="" work.="" apart="" from="" that="" i="" couldn't="" find="" any="" other="" solid="">-->
I am not very happy I haven't had this laptop for 24 hours and already I have two questions. The other problem I have is a critical update windows - I don't have the number of KB on me, but whenever I try to install it, it would give me a screen blues and it would be empty physical memory.
Never forget the memory dump - I need to address the problem of wireless configuration as the Dell's for my father and he will be 1 million questions that I can't answer.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Well, the reason why I don't want to Win10 on my pc is because I heard a lot of bad things about it - I don't want bugs on my pc. So I installed the single OS, currently approved, Win7.
All the drivers have been downloaded from the dell site, according to the service number and the operating system selected.
In the meantime, it would seem that I managed to solve our problem by following these steps:
START > all PROGRAMS > ACCESSORIES > right click on command prompt, select RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR--> now follow the steps below:
After the C:\\WINDOWS\sytem32 > (some thing on the screen of the COMMAND PROMPT... basically whatever you would have, just start with step below).
then type in: regsvr32
then type: space
then type: wltrynt.dll
It worked for me - I restarted several times and have not yet had the error back to the top.
I use two number of script and lan proxy... NW its Internet connects only via script... no more connection with lan numbaer, I checked dsl. the amount of the fine... Help, please... also
Give me some advice on, dsl, wireless configuraion in switches
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After you have reinstalled windows xp on my hp pavilion dv4223ea I can't find a software for its wireless card. I already tried all drivers wireless hp for this product site. I thank very you much for your time in advance.
Go to Device Manager and click on the drivers who need network controller.
Then click on the Details tab.
After the string of characters you see that start with PCI\VEN.
My Photosmart printer disconnects constantly. I have to go to the Wireless Setup Wizard to bring him back. I use a laptop HP pavilion dv6-321. I also have 2 dell desktop computers that are connected is the same too. I'm using Comcast as my ISP and have a Cisco's Linksys wireless router. Can anyone help?
1 did you change on your computer before this problem?
2. what operating system is installed on your computer?
What version of the operating system Windows am I running?
Follow the suggestions and see if it helps.
Follow the steps in the article.
Printer in Windows problems
Check to see if the problem exists in a clean boot state.
How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7
Note: After a troubleshooting follow step 7: reset the computer to start as usual
Network printer problems
(For Windows 7)
Previous post your answer for you help in this matter.
I have and have used several times my HPOfficejet j4680 wireless all-in-One printer to print. But this past week it will not print. I keep getting error messages that says that it is offline or turned off. But the green power light is on. The blue wireless light is turned on. And the date & time is common and pulled down on the front.
Yet, I just continues to be my what. Any suggestions? Thx John.
Take a look at following print references:Open the printer TroubleshooterWhy can I not print?Find and install printer driversLet us know if that helps.Best regardsMatthew_Ha
Unable to connect wirleless to 4620 with windows 8 - home network
works with windows 7 and windows XP but my new computer has windows 8 and can not do work - message says that the printer is not 'online' - Please help if you can.
What happens when you run the Wireless Setup Wizard on the printer?
I have a wireless network problem, it disconnects randomly anywhere between 1 h and 4 h. The network consists of a Samsung 4 G hotspot and a Linksys AE1000. The signal strength is excellent, the AE1000 is 1 ft of the computer and 1 ft of the HotSpot. The computer is a Dell Dimension 2400. Any ideas?
Problem solved. I did 2 assumptions about the original problem. I assumed that the 2 Tech that I spoke made the hurt their product. Battery saver has been activated on the hotspot.
my HP pc used to connect to my internal wireless, no problem. I know the wep key and had several hours of navigation...
I move for a year, come back. apparently my PC doesn't connect now... in fact, it won't even connect with a CABLE!
He repeats to me ' identify with. "
Well, Vista has been updated since and I've been usng a mobile dongle (at GREAT expense!) to try to update, but now I'm sick of the cost and I need internet access appropriate again!
Thank you for responding Srinivas
I don't know the model but it is a HP, three or four years now.
I had all sorts of messages of "not able to connect" and limmited conectiviy... I'm sure I had a relative at all simply have no connection
the browser, I would have used that I had connected would be Firefox, but it has yet to get to the point that I was getting nothing. bytes sent might be higher than anything but received nill.
at the time, I was unable to get ANY connection NET... for all intensive purposes, I've been totally disconnected
I had tried everything that arises, each suggestion had windows, but it made no difference... even a connection WIRED sitting to 'authenticate '.
Odly enough, who are seeking to solve a problem with my scandisk is not not be able to access C drive I have run "services.msc".
looking through everything that might stop the player access, I found that the DHCP Client does not work... I made sure it runs automatically and (because I checked my settings of a few hundred times) the network came as a light!
I don't know what turned it off because none of the programs I run affected before (I haven't installed any new programs since then be disconnected from the network)
Thanks for the reply. I hope this information helps in similar cases in the future :)
Since the last 2-3 months, my wireless connection does not work correctly. This happened right after that I did the partitioning in the D drive (I don't think this is the main cause). What is happening is that, all of a sudden when internet does not bar shows signs of yellow warning and 'tells' LIMITED ACCESS wireless network. When I try to solve problems, it will give no problem. Then in Device Manager, I tried to uninstall and install again, the internet worked for a while, and still the same problem occurs. When I tried to call to the service center, they told me that I have to buy CDs to retrieve a value of rs500 because I did not these recovery disks. I'm in serious trouble please help...
I also tried to update latest driver frm net, even if the problem does not get resolved. I also tried to reset the TCPIP in cmd prompt, but it worked for 2-3 days and still the same problem happened...
Hi there @Parthsagar2010
Welcome to the Forums of HP Support! It's a good place to find the help you need, so many other users, the HP experts and other members of the support staff.
I understand that you are having problems with your wireless connection, and I am happy to help you with this.
I realize that you mentioned the update of your driver from the internet, but just in case, here is the page drivers. There are several pilots possible depending on what card you have.
The following pages are useful for troubleshooting wireless connectivity problems.
Troubleshooting your wireless network and Internet access (Windows 7)
In addition, you can watch the the power management of your wireless adapter:
Turn off the power to the adapter:
1. open Device Manager. (Win Key + R > type devmgmt.msc > OK)
2. expand the network adapters.
3. right click on the Ethernet adapter / wireless, and then click Properties.
4. click on the power management tab.
5 remove the check mark next to allow the computer to turn off this device to save power.
6. click on OK.
7 test cycle.
Forget the network: (Windows 7)
1. press start.
2. tap manage wireless networks, click on the application at the top of the start menu.
3. right click on the network, and then click on remove network.
4 confirm the warning by clicking OK.
Reset TCP/IP on your PC:
1. go to your start screen/menu and type CMD.
2. right-click on the command prompt icon and select run as administrator.
3. in the window that opens type "netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt" without the quotes and press ENTER.
4 restart your PC and test.
It can also help to reset the winsock catalog:
1. go to your start screen/menu and type CMD.
2. right-click on the command prompt icon and select run as administrator.
3. in the window that opens type "netsh winsock reset" without the quotes, and then press ENTER.
4 restart your PC and test.
Reinstall the NIC drivers:
1. download the drivers from here, but do not run them again.
2. go to your Start menu/screen and type Device Manager.
3. expand network adapters.
4. right click on the wireless adapter and choose uninstall.
5 install the drivers downloaded in step 1.
6. restart your PC and test.
Test an ethernet connection:
Explicit. Test if the problem persists on a wired connection to the adapter hardware troubleshooting wireless can be directed to the appropriate areas.
Test another connection:
Many people excluded their home network as a problem if another device working on the same network. Networking is not as simple as that. Each device interacts differently with your router or modem and it is impossible to exclude the settings for this device until the laptop has been tested on another network.
I just bought a brand new Alienware m17x and all drivers are up to date... .IM with broadcom wireless network adapter. The strange thing is that last night I was on the internet for several hours without any problem using the wireless, but this morning iwas unable to use my wireless internet access. This has happened several times now. Sometimes it says "not connected - no available connections" and sometimes he says "not connected connections are available" when she says, links, I try to connect to the network, but it says "unable to connect to the network. The only time wherever I was able to connect to wireless internet, was when my computer is automatically connected to my wireless network without me having to select the network and attempt to connect. I read things about windows 7, with a mode of "sleeper" for wireless connections or something, and that can be the cause of it and that it is better to turn off or downgrade to xp. I am really frustrated because I am not able to connect wirelessly and I hope you guys can help me find a solution.Guide to correctly troubleshoot wireless M17xwith Dell Wireless 1510/Broadcom card
Since many new Alienware M17x all powerful users, especially those who use Windows 7 as operating system there are various problems with their Wi - Fi connection and post threads asking how their difficulty over and over again, I decided to write this guide to show them how to solve these issues properly Commons. The solutions in this guide were created and designed for 64-bit Windows 7, but they may also work in Windows Vista, although these problems were experienced by users of Windows 7 mainly in the past. It could very well be that the problems start occurring in Vista as well with the new drivers and Windows updates.
I. may not connect to the wireless network and or see the wireless adapter when the Ethernet cable is disconnected
If you sometimes or always unable to connect to the wireless network, cannot connect to the wireless network when the Ethernet cable is disconnected, unable to connect to a wireless network unless you restart once to get this work and other weird problems to be unable to connect to a wireless network continue with section II. Otherwise, continue with section II..
Sleep of a.i. Disable on disconnect device
Some new Nvidia Ethernet drivers have a function called sleep device to disconnect. This is the culprit. Normally, it should only put the card Ethernet to sleep when the cable is disconnected, but it is buggy and thus kill the wireless connection as well.
Follow these steps to disable this feature on your Ethernet Nvidia card:
1. open the Device Manager of Windows by pressing Win + break, and then click on Device Manager on the left side.
2 double-click network adapters.
3 double click on NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller (Yes, that's indeed wired Ethernet adapter).
4 click on the Advanced tab.
5 select sleep on disconnect device.
6 set the value to disabled.
7 click OK and wireless should work again (may require a reboot later, but probably not).
I.b. install different drivers (older) who do not have the device sleeping on disconnect feature.
The above does not work or if you are not comfortable with these drivers, follow these steps (if step A.i. was successful, you will not need to follow these steps). Take care to create a system restore point before proceeding:
1. click the Windows Start button in the taskbar.
2 click on Control Panel.
3 click on uninstall a program.
4 in the list, double-click Nvidia drivers.
5. Mark Remove only the following.
6 in the box below, only check the Nvidia Network driver.
7 click Remove and follow the uninstall instructions.
8 restart the system, if you are prompted to.
9 download another (older) driver from Nvidia.
10 install the old driver.
11 when asked what drivers you want to install, select only the network driver.
12 follow the installation instructions and restart your system if prompted.
II. Low or fluctuating wireless connection speeds
If you have problems with WiFi low connection speeds (such as rates decline over time, the speeds are much lower than they should be, network lag/stutter in online games, loss of light packets, loss of internet connection as LAN works and other weird things) or speeds of fluctuating wildly without apparent reason wireless connection install the version of the Dell Wireless 188.8.131.52 drivers instead of the standard Broadcom drivers. All older drivers will usually cause the speed of connection under normal. Note, however, that you may need to install the driver manually via Device Manager as the pilot was not released for another laptop and is not officially available to the M17x yet - that's why the installer won't work. Take care to create a system restore point before proceeding.
Here is a step by step how manually install the driver:
1. download the drivers Dell Wireless 184.108.40.206.
2 check out the R29128.exe file using an extraction utility like WinRAR or just run it and quit the installation program.
3. open the Device Manager of Windows by pressing Win + break, and then click on Device Manager on the left side.
4 double-click network adapters.
5 double-click the Broadcom 802.11n network adapter entry.
6 click on the driver tab.
7 click the button Update driver .
8 click Browse my computer for driver software.
9 click on Let me take form a list of drivers for devices on my computer.
10 click the disk provided .
11 click Browse.
12. select the folder that you extracted the drivers you just downloaded in step 1. in.
13 select the subfolder DRIVER_US (if you are in the United States), DRIVER_JP (if you are in the Japan) or DRIVER_ROW (if you are in the rest of the world), according to the region you are in.
14 click on the Open button.
15 click OK.
16 select the driver that says Dell Wireless 1510 Wireless-N WLAN Mini-Card of the list (you may have to scroll down to see - it presents itself as second to the last in the list for me).
17 click on the Next button.
18 you will get a warning that the driver that you are about to install is not compatible with your hardware. Ignore the warning and proceed with the driver installation.
19 restart your system if prompted to do so.
20 your new driver should now be properly installed and the speed of your wireless connection in the order.
III. If all else fails (or you've just had enough of boredom arising from the Dell Wireless 1510/Broadcom card)
Replace the Dell Wireless 1510 problem with a card half-mini Intel Ultimate N WiFi Link 5300 A/G/N (use the bluetooth as the third antenna antenna or buy you an additional antenna for this). It works very well with the M17x, has better connection speeds to strips of the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz (this last has speeds really bad on the Broadcom/1510), it has not required to jump through the hoops to make it work properly and much more, it works with standard drivers and Intel maintains their drivers up to date. It is also much more reliable and faster as well, especially on the 5 GHz band, but also on the 2.4 GHz band.
For more information on the subject of tweaking the settings of your Dell Wireless card, check out the official setting advanced properties: Dell Wireless WLAN Card User Guide.
I hope that this guide will help you solve your Wi - Fi connection and allow you to enjoy speeds of complete wireless connection on your laptop Alienware M17x.
Addendum: Quick links in this Guide
Driver wireless Dell 220.127.116.11 version
Download the driver for the Mini PCI Dell Wireless 1510 card used in this guide.
Broadcom 943xx Wireless Driver version 18.104.22.168
Download the latest Broadcom driver as an alternative to the Dell a little older driver who may or may not solve the problems more. Some have seen more success than with the 22.214.171.124 drivers with it (you need to use the 802.11n network adapter driver rather than at the entrance to Dell Wireless 1510 Wireless-N WLAN Mini Card in step II.15. the guide when you use this driver).
Setting advanced properties: Dell Wireless WLAN card User Guide
Reference Dell official Manual/Guide on the various properties Advanced Dell Wireless cards.
Card Intel Ultimate N WiFi Link 5300 A/G/N Half-Mini
Link to buy the demi-mini card Intel Ultimate N WiFi Link 5300 A/G/N of dell.com upgrade the crappy Wireless Dell 1510/Broadcom card that comes with the M17x.
This Guide is a work in progress. I will update as I hear it.
Feel free to link it in different threads to disseminate information.
just bought the HP309a the other day. Love the exit but looks like I have to go back. The printer has ZERO flexibility and configure for wireless connectivity. You MUST USE the WEP key index #1 to connect. It does not to adjust the settings to match your existing network. Where I am, I almost10 running wireless networks where I live. I use/need a key for more security. My PSC 2510 old gave me the flexibility to adapt. Help support told me that's about it... Could someone find a way? The parameters to record your IP address manually are also very restrictive.
I'll have to return the printer. I wouldn't change my existing network (running 4 computers) just to correspond to 1 printer. Not sure why HP has realized this newest model so restrictive.
Ok. Then temporarily connect the printer to your router using an ethernet cable. Now you should be able to access the Printers page, then run the Wireless Setup Wizard. To know the IP address of the printer, press Setup > network settings > view network settings > display wired summary.
I have a C8180 that I use wired to my router for over a year, but had to move the router (WRT54G v2 w/fw ver 4.30.5) to reflect the location of the modem sat (new). I really want to connect a cable through floors and walls if not absolutely necessary, then try to configure the wireless printer.
Problem is that I can't find the correctly entered WPA key via the front panel.
Suggestions? Is there a utility that I can use to configure that temporarily wired while? or via USB cable (still tentative)?
I tried to ask the question about the live chat support, but the session has been altered somehow.
Thanks in advance for any help or suggestion.
With the ethernet cable is still connected, type the printer's IP address in a web browser, and press ENTER. Now click on the network at the top option, select Wireless 802.11 g from left to right, and then start the Setup from there wireless Wizard. Now, you can type the password on the keyboard, and it should work fine. Unplug the ethernet cable before turnin on the wireless radio to check if it is connected.
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