OfficeJet 7500 a large format does not connect via Timecapsule

I have a Mac Book Pro running Mac OS X 10.7.5 (just updated all the software).

I connect my MacBook to the internet through my Apple Time Capsule (wired connection). I use version 6.1 (610-31) Airport utility and I just updated the version of the firmware to 7.6.1

I use a local wireless through my Time Capsule.

I just bought a large format HP Officejet 7500 a (model name: C9309A).

The printer has been set up to detect my wireless LAN and initially he worked for printing and scanning, but it has recently discontinued. I tried to uninstall (purification) the software of my laptop HP, all my software update and reinstall the HP software on my laptop, but it still does not work.

The printer is connected to my time capsule via an ethernet cable and a USB cable. It also includes Wi - Fi connection generates my time capsule. I have preferthe printer plugged into the router (time capsule) rather than a WiFi connection I print large files.

I can install the printer on my computer mac laptop (settings/printers & scanners). I added it as a wireless and a wired connection through my time capsule (it shows that the connection is done by the time capsule). However when I print, there is a long delay, the printer now says "printing", but I get the error on my laptop screen "can not write print data: ÿ * xˇ.» A few minutes later a blank page or a page with a single line is ejected from the printer.

If I go into the configuration of the HP printer, it says I'm under pilot 3.4.1. If I try to open the printer utility I get a message "utility HP does not work with the devices connected to the airport. Try to connect the camera directly to your Mac to work with her. " I tried to connect directly to my Mac via the USB cable and which does not work either. I prefer that the printer is not connected directly to my laptop I have few USB ports.

In my view, this printer is supposed to be compatible with my system.

Is there something more, that I can do or this printer is not compatible with my MacBook Pro or my Time Capsule?

Hi marion_13,

Turn it on wireless and then try to access the EWS - embedded Web server by typing the IP address of printers in the browser's address bar Safari. I would like to know if you are able to access the built-in Web server?

Document below will also help you get the printer installed on your wireless computer.

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