Posted 25 April 2007 - 10:44 AM
Well I used to have a linksys print server and to put a driver on you'd have to go on the setup screen for the server. To do that you need your network ip.
to get your network ip go into start>run and type cmd and then type in ipconfig
there it should show you an ip that looks like 192.168.1.101 or 192.168.0.101 something along those lines. now type that ip in the web browser and it should pop up a window asking for username and password. I know in my linksys its default had no username and admin as the password some have admin as username and passwords.
Anyways, so look around the setup for printers and it should let you add a driver then just plug in the printer and you should be able to use it. if that doesn't work, go to
start>control panel>printers and fixes>add printer
from there chose the option that says network printer. Then browse for printer. Once you find it it will ask for a driver either look through the list or I'm pretty sure you can chose to look for it yourself.
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