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How can I share USB printer - HP812c over my network? There is no option for this indicated in the chooser.
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The HP812 is not a network printer, nor are there any hacks out there to make it do so (like EpsonShare). So the long and short of is that you can't share it. The other  higher end printers in HP's line are upgradeable for network capability but since the 812 is the consumer model they leave that out figuring that most people wont need it. If they do they have to buy the more expensive network printer which makes HP money. So, until someone writes a hack for it like the EpsonShare doodad youre out of luck.
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