Oct 2, 2016 9:23AM PDT

i have two computers but one printer. my printer is in my bedroom connected directly to that computer. i have a computer in another room that is wirelessly connected to my network. how do i get it to work with the printer in my bedroom?

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A lot of missing info.
Oct 2, 2016 8:23PM PDT

Usually you share it on your network, install the printer driver on each PC and connect to the shared printer.

Sorry but that's my step by step for most printers. Hope it helps.

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Printer Connection
May 31, 2017 5:17AM PDT

if your printer is wifi enable the you can connect your other computer with this printer and take prints else you have to use hub through usb cable to use it.

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