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samsung ml-1630 & macbook pro wireless printing


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I just bought a samsung ml-1630 to use with my macbook pro. How do I make the computer work with the printer without using the usb cord?
I tried some things I read in the apple support forum and it didn't work.
It works fine when connected through usb, but I obviously bought it to use wirelessly.

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Samsung has this tutorial out on their site. Have you tried it yet? Make sure you have the driver installed before you start.

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Yes I tried that & it always tells me the "network host is busy, down, or unreachable"...so it doesn't work.
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Yes I tried that & it always tells me the "network host is busy, down, or unreachable"...so it doesn't work.
Sounds like your printer and Mac are on different subnets - can you share a bit more about your network configuration?

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My laptop connects through airport to the router. I don't really know what else there is to tell (?)
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