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HP Officejet 5258 Wireless Setup

  • To set up your wireless communication, 123.hp.com/setup OJ5258 wireless setup wizard from the control panel display of your printer.
  • Test the wireless sign that you see on the printer’s control panel.
  • Go to settings option.
  • Select the wireless setup wizard Now follow the instructions for completing the setup as in the popup dialog boxes.
  • Once the HP printer has been set up on your computer and the HP printer software installed, the connection type is changed with the aid of HP software.

To change the connection to the Windows wireless network. Follow the points depending on your respective operating system.

Windows 8.1

  • Go down to the arrow at the bottom left corner of the start screen.
  • Choose your name for the printer Click Utilities.
  • Click Setup & Software for Printer.
  • Clip connect a wireless printer.

Windows 8

  • Right click anywhere on a blank screen on the start screen.
  • Go to the app bar for all apps.
  • Select the name of your printer.
  • Go to utilities Click Setup & Software for Printer.
  • Click connect the wireless printer.

Windows 7, windows vista, Windows XP:

Click Start, go to All programs and then click HP. Select a folder for the name of your printer. Click Setup & Software to Printer, and then select Wireless Connect printer.

Change to a wireless network

  • First, connect your wireless network to a printer.
  • You can use Applications / Device or Hewlett Packard to select the Oj5258 HP Officejet Printer Wireless Connection.

Auto Wireless Connect of HP Officejet 5258

  • Make sure that your wireless network works correctly and you have the same network on your printer and computer.
  • You can connect to Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows View, Windows XP, Mac OS, etc. to the HP Officejet 5258 All-in – One Printer series. You will be prompted to enter your network name and wireless password when trying to connect your printer. The name of the wireless network is the SSID. Without your permission, setting a wireless password will prevent others from connecting to your network. You can use the WPA and WEP key depending on the security issues.

Whenever you forget your network password, the back of the wireless router can be checked. The documentation provided by the computer or the WLAN network router can also be checked.