How to Connect a Dell Printer to a Wireless System

Wireless network is the best option to share your resources on multiple computers in your home. With a wireless network in place, you can share files between your laptop and desktop, play music from one PC to another. You can also print from anywhere in your house with a Dell wireless-enabled printer. Follow the given instruction to connect a dell printer to a wireless system.

Step1: Open the top of the printer and install the ink cartridges. Make sure you remove the small pieces of tape from the bottom of each ink cartridge before snapping the cartridges into place.

Step2: Place the Dell wireless printer on a flat surface, plug it in the power outlet and turn it on. Since Dell wireless-enabled printers have built-in wireless cards, your wireless computer will automatically be able to detect it on your wireless network.

Step3: Turn on your computer and login using your username and password. Select your wireless network and connect to it. Enter the password for your wireless network when prompted. When connected with your wireless network, insert the software installation disk that came with your Dell printer. Follow the onscreen prompts and connect the USB wireless setup cable when prompted.

Step4: Connect the square end of the USB cable to the port on the back of the wireless printer, and then connect the flat end to a free USB port on your computer. The software installation will inform you when the cable can be removed. After the cable has been removed, the printer is set up and ready for use.

When your printer does not receive all the data from the printer queue that time printer give the spooler error. To fix this error follow this blog-How to Fix a Printer Spooler Error.

Note: To get printer support, you can reach  online technical support service desk from V tech-squad at their Toll Free No +1-877-452-9201.

See also: Steps for Dell 1720 Printer Troubleshooting

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