123 HP LaserJet Pro M254dw Printer Wireless Setup

The wireless printer setup in your HP LaserJet Pro M254dw printers can be done using the below given steps. The following steps are suitable for both Windows and Mac Operating systems. Follow the below given instruction to setup a wireless network connection on your printer


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Some of the requirements to setup the wireless printer connection in your HP LaserJet Pro M254dw printer are shown below.

The requirements are show above. Before continuing, get all the requirements and proceed to connect your printer to the wireless network.

The network name is also known as SSID, network password(WEP key or WPA security passphrase).

Check whether your printer, router and computer are switched on and the computer is connected in the same wireless network as the printer. Check other hardware setup and disconnect USB cables from the printer.

With the help of Wireless setup wizard on the printer to connect it to your wireless network. Swipe the display to the left, touch Setup from control panel home screen.

The available networks will be searched by your printer. Choose your network name and follow the instructions that appear on the screen on the control to connect the printer to your wireless network.

The wireless lights will be lit and steady after the wireless network connection.

Download the most current version of the printer software from the 123.hp.com or hp.support.com or from the installation CD.

Click Download after visiting the 123.hp.com/laserjet to download HP Easy start.

If multiple printers are found by HP Easy Start, select your printer to install and follow the instructions that appear on the screen. If you cannot find your printer, follow the instructions onscreen to connect your printer to the network.

If the problem still persists, follow the troubleshooting issues in our website. Complete the registration and activation.