WIndows 98 Connecting to Print Server

Posted on 2007-10-04
Last Modified: 2013-12-29
I have a hawking Print server HPS1P.  I'm trying to connect several of our windows 98 to this one printer.  We don't have a server
Question by:edmund7s
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    You will need the software supplied

    Step 1 - Connect it!
    Connect your printer to the HPS1P parallel port. Connect to an existing network via the RJ-
    45 Port. The HPS1P uses a 10/100M auto-sensing Ethernet port so you don't have to
    worry about what speed your network is currently using.
    Step 2 - Install the Drivers and Utilities
    Insert the setup CD into your computers' drive and run the setup program. Configuring
    your HPS1P is easy. You can use the Windows based configuration utility or configure the
    HPS1P via any web browser.
    Step 3 - "Add" it
    Simply run the Add Printer wizard and specify that you are printing to a network printer.
    For Internet printing, enter the printer's URL or IP address.
    Now you can enjoy fast Network printing from anywhere and from any application!

    do you have the drivers / utilities software?? if not contact

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