1. Click on the Start button, select Devices and then, select Printers.
2. Select Add Printer.
3. From the Add Printer dialog box, click Add a Local Printer and select Next.
4. Choose a Printer Port - You can select from a drop down of existing ports or use the recommended port setting that your computer selects for you. Click Next.
5. Add your driver. From here, you can either add the disc that came with your printer or select the driver that you downloaded from the manufacturer’s website.
6. Name your printer.
7. Click Finish.
8. Run a test print.
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Although not all printers are created equal, this page will assist you with all printer brands and models (e.g., DeskJet, LaserJet, Photo smart, etc.). This page will also assist you if you have both an inkjet and a laser printer.
Link the printer to the machine with a USB, parallel port, or SCSI cable, and then plug the power plug into a wall outlet. Most home computer printers today use a USB cable like the one shown in the illustration.
The printer can be switched on using the power button on the front of the printer after it has been connected to the device. The power button is usually found on the printer's front right corner. An older laser printer might also have a power switch in one of the printer's back bottom corners.
You'll need to update the printer's software and drivers after attaching and turning it on. Any printer should provide tools for setting up a printer in Windows or your operating system.