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HP user setup pages have instructions for setting it up for an Apple computer. I have only ever used it with Windows XP and Windows 7. Try this link or if that does not work copy and paste it to the address line in your browser and hit enter button or Mac equivalent (have not owned a Mac since Windows 95 came out). … see more HP user setup pages have instructions for setting it up for an Apple computer. I have only ever used it with Windows XP and Windows 7. Try this link or if that does not work copy and paste it to the address line in your browser and hit enter button or Mac equivalent (have not owned a Mac since Windows 95 came out). http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01803799.pdf see less
By Ned on 21 November 2014
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Yes - This is how to set up your P1102w on your router. By the way, when we did this, the printer drivers had been uninstalled from the PC and the printer was not connected by USB either. (Proving you don't need to do thise steps first.)
Before you start, make sure your printer is unpacked, powered on & has paper inst… see more
Yes - This is how to set up your P1102w on your router. By the way, when we did this, the printer drivers had been uninstalled from the PC and the printer was not connected by USB either. (Proving you don't need to do thise steps first.)
Before you start, make sure your printer is unpacked, powered on & has paper installed.
1) CRITICAL STEP
Enable WPS on your router - if you don't know how, Google it for your router. If your router doesn't have that facility, you cannot go any further.
2) Turn on WPS on your router. Often that involves pressing a hardware button on your router which then tells the router to scan for devices that will attempt to be connecting.
3) Press the wifi button on the printer - the blue light will flash. This indicates the printer is looking for a wifi connection point using WPS.
4) When the printer finds the connection point which might take a couple of minutes, the blue light will stop flashing and will stay on solidly. Your printer is now connected to your router.
Easy, isn't it & it takes about 3 minutes. :) see less

By J-D on 04 May 2015
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Yes, the default settings with the Printer can cause serious print delay issue.
Try the following:
Changing the bonjour name of the printer to something simple and NOT "HP LaserJet Professional P 1102w"… see more
Yes, the default settings with the Printer can cause serious print delay issue.
Try the following:
Changing the bonjour name of the printer to something simple and NOT "HP LaserJet Professional P 1102w"
1. log into the printer on a web browswer at at http://<insert ip address of your printer here >
2. Select >Networking>Bonjour from the menus.
3. Change the Bonjour name to "ANYTHINGYOULIKE" and hit APPLY
Before this tweak, I used to get 4-5 minutes delay. After applying the new bonjour name for the printer, I almost have no print delay at all. see less

By DeeWhy on 29 January 2016
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Upgrade windows 8 with usb connected from printer and also upgrade FIRMWARE for printer from HP site.
Always reboot both pc and printer after this.
I had problems with usb not being recognised(no sound when plugged into pc so therfore cannot advance installation)… see more
Upgrade windows 8 with usb connected from printer and also upgrade FIRMWARE for printer from HP site.
Always reboot both pc and printer after this.
I had problems with usb not being recognised(no sound when plugged into pc so therfore cannot advance installation)
DOWNLOAD HP WIRELESS CONFIGURATION UTILITY and install as a wireless printer.When asked for network name enter it manually and it will now connect.Usb will also be recognised now.
DOWNLOAD HP PRINT AND SCAN DOCTOR if further problems.
Here are some instructions:
Windows 8
Follow these steps to install the printer in the Windows 8 operating system.
NOTE: If you are not using the latest version of Windows 8, the information in this document might not match. You can get the latest version from the Microsoft Store.
Step 1: Prepare for installation
You must have the following items before you install the printer on the wireless network:
Do not worry if you do not have all of the items yet! The HP Print and Scan Doctor can help you gather some of these items.
1.Gather the following items:
* Network name: The network name is the SSID
* WEP key or WPA security passphrase
* A computer that is connected to the wireless network
* Internet access: HP recommends broadband Internet access such as cable or DSL
NOTE: Internet access is not required for you to install your printer with a wireless connection. However, you do need Internet access to use Web Services, get printer updates, and to download drivers from the HP website.
* Your wireless-capable printer: Place it close to the computer during the installation procedure
2.Make sure that the printer, router, and computer are all turned on, and that the computer is connected to the same wireless network you want to connect the printer to.
3.Disconnect any USB or Ethernet cable that is connected to the printer.
4. Optional: If you previously installed the software for a USB connection and now want to change to a wireless network connection, follow these instructions to remove the USB installation before you continue.
a.Right-click the Start button () in the lower left corner of the screen, and then click Search.
b.In the Search box, type HP, and then click the icon for your printer. The printer software opens.
c.Click Utilities, click Printer Setup & Software Selection, and then click Wireless Configuration.
d.Follow the on-screen instructions to finish installing the software. Once the printer has been set up on the wireless network, there is no need to continue with the steps in this document.
Use an automated tool to help gather information
Follow these steps to use an automated tool to help gather information.

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HP Print and Scan Doctor: Quickly diagnose and resolve many printing and scanning errors, network connection problems, and driver issues. Available for Windows XP and later.

Download utility (6.3 MB)

Step 2: Connect to the wireless network
Use one of the following methods to connect to the wireless network.
Method one: Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
If your wireless router supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), this is the simplest way to set up the printer on a wireless network.
NOTE: This method requires a WPS-enabled wireless router to connect to the printer.
1.Press the WPS button on your wireless router.
2.On the printer control panel, press the Wireless button (). The wireless light starts to blink.
3.Wait up to two minutes while the printer establishes a network connection with the wireless router.
NOTE: If the WiFi-Protected Setup (WPS) method is not successful, try another connection method.
Method two: Standard connection using a USB cable
If your wireless router does not support Wi-Fi-Protected Setup (WPS), you can use this method to set up the printer on a wireless network. Using a USB cable to transfer settings makes setting up a wireless connection easier. After the setup is complete, disconnect the USB cable.
1.Insert the software CD into the CD drive.
2.Follow the on-screen instructions. When prompted, select the Connect through a wireless network option.
3.When prompted, connect the USB cable () to the computer.
CAUTION: Do not connect the USB cable until the installation program prompts you.
4.Connect the USB cable () to the printer.
Figure 1: Connecting the USB cable to the printer
Image of connecting the USB cable to the printer
5.When the installation is complete, print a configuration report to make sure that the printer has an SSID name. Follow these steps to print a configuration report:
a.Make sure that the Ready light () is on and that the printer is idle and silent.
b.Press and hold the Cancel button (), and release it when the Ready light () begins blinking.
The Configuration Report prints.
6. When the Configuration Report prints, disconnect the USB cable () from the printer.
Important: You have completed the software installation. Do not perform any more steps in this document.
Step 3: Download and install the software from the HP website
Follow these steps to download the software, and then install it.
Important: If you get any firewall messages during installation, click unblock, accept, continue, yes, allow, or permit, or the installation fails.
1.Turn on the printer.
2. Disconnect the USB cable from the printer and the computer (if you already connected it). If the printer is connected to your network, leave it connected.
3.Go to HP Drivers & Downloads .
4.If the Welcome to HP Support page opens, follow these steps:
a.In the Enter product name or number field, type your printer model or number.
b.In the Questions or keywords field, type driver, and then press Enter.
You might need to select your printer model number from a list of similar printer models.
c.Next to the image of your printer, click the name of your printer.
Figure 2: Example of the link to your printer homepage
Image: Example of the link next to your printer homepage
d.On the HP support site, click Drivers.
5. Select your operating system, and then click Next.
A list of drivers and other downloads display.
6.Scroll down the page, and then click Driver - Product Installation Software.
7. Click Download next to the full feature software and driver listed, and then follow the prompts to save the driver to your computer.
8.Open the folder where the software file saved (usually Downloads), double-click the file, and then follow the on-screen instructions to install the software. see less

By Techsponge on 01 January 2015
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The bottom line: It is compatible with Windows 10
The good bits: It prints from Windows 10 via wireless or USB connection. After installing the printer, you don't have to re-install the printer driver when you upgrade Windows 10 from previsous version of Windows.
The bad bits: The package does not contain Windows 10 Dr… see more
The bottom line: It is compatible with Windows 10
The good bits: It prints from Windows 10 via wireless or USB connection. After installing the printer, you don't have to re-install the printer driver when you upgrade Windows 10 from previsous version of Windows.
The bad bits: The package does not contain Windows 10 Driver, the installation disc probably does not work with Windows 10. You may need to download the latest software from HP. see less

By DeeWhy on 28 January 2016
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Yes
By Mr. Stuart J. Thompson on 13 June 2014
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No
By Jonathan Ford on 23 July 2015
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Yes to both. The cartridge it comes with is a "starter" size and is good for a stated 700 pages. Win7 installation is fast and easy. Great printer.
By Adam Ward on 08 January 2015
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Yes works with mine and it's good on ink
By Amazon Customer on 15 September 2016
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Nah you can't
By adnan fahad on 18 April 2015