I am sorry for the late reply. I am in a different time zone. I am consufed on the IP addreses that you reported.In the printer configuration report:
IP assignment => DHCP
IP Address => 192.168.1. 69In the computer where you are installing the printer:
IP Address (IP v4)--------------------192.168.1.67 (Preferred)
Are these information correct?
Now, this simply means that your printer is properly connected to your wireless network.
Now, given that the printer is already connected to the wireless network, all you need to do is to RUN the printer installation in the Windows 7 computer. If you have already done this, I highly suggest that you go to Start => Control Panel => Programs and Features and then UNINSTALL your Samsung printer from there so that we can start a new installation.
When done removing the previous installation, please restart the computer.
After it has restarted, here are the things that you need to do:
- Plug in the USB cable that came with the printer to the computer then turn ON the printer.
- If you get any prompts on screen, click on Cancel when available or press Esc key.
- Then Load the Samsung installation disc and select Setup from the autorun pop up
- If there is no pop up, open Start => Computer then double click on your CD/DVD drive to start installation
- In the setup screen, DO NOT click on the Install Now button. Instead, click on "Wireless Settings and Installation" below Install Now button
- Agree on the License Agreement then click on Next
- In the next screen, you can click on Yes to help Samsung improve their product, or No. Pick your option then click Next
- The next screen is the main wireless setup. Now this is critical, please slow down at this point. If your wireless router has a WPS button (please look closely at your wireless router), then you press that button in your wireless router, then in the setup screen in your computer, select the second option which says "Configure the wireless setting by pressing the WPS...." Then click Next. At this point, the two devices communicates.
- Now, If your router has NO WPS button, choose the first option which says "Configure the wireless settings manually" then click on Next
- Then setup will search for all wireless networks at range.
- You should see your wireless network name in the list. This is where your computer is also connected. You can check the name in your computer when you hover the mouse pointer to the wireless icon in your system tray, near the system time, since it will tell you which wireless network your computer is connected
- Then click on that wireless network to select it then click Next
- If your wifi has a password, you will be promted to enter your password. Then click on Next
- Then your wireless printer is NOW connected to your computer. Then click Next
- In the next screen, if the printer is connected with a wired LAN or ethernet cable directly to the router, please disconnect that cable from the router and from the printer. Please disconnect the LAN cable, NOT the USB cable.
- Click Next and wait for setup to connect the printer to the wireless network
- When successful, click Next to continue (Do not enable wifi direct)
- At this point, diconnect the USB cable from the computer to the printer
- Now setup will search for your printer. This takes a few minutes
- When you see your printer appear in the box, install the rest of the drivers. Just take the default options presented. Click Next
- You can put a name of your printer to identify it easily if you have many printers installed in the network
- Click Next
- When done, click NO in the option so that it will not install automatic driver updates
- Click Next and wait for setup to install drivers and this can take several minutes. When Windows prompts appear, click on YES to allow windows to install the drivers
- When done, print a test page
- Your printer is installed and be used wirelessly this time
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