If I have a printer that was connected to a Mac via WiFi, and then due a new router being installed the connection to the printer was then severed.
Is the best way to Uninstall the printer by going to system preferences, selecting the printer, then the - button on the screen. Does that delete the drivers as well?
I am just wondering how that works. I then tried running the download that I used to set it up about a week ago, but nothing worked. So I went back to the printer support and downloads page and then downloaded and ran the driver and software for the same printer.
It worked, and I was able to connect the laptop to the printer. Would the printer now have the drivers installed twice, and if so can that cause problems? Or did it delete the driver when I removed the printer from system preferences?