Traditional Wireless Installation on Windows:Initially you should try to self configure your printer 802.11b/g/n card on a wireless router network. Ensure that the Wireless LED light is glowing steady. Now make a note of the wireless network name and password that is printed at the back of your router. Remember to detach the printer USB cable from your computer.
Locate the printer control panel and then press and hold the wireless button to enable the feature. Click Start menu button in your desktop start screen and then click Control panel folder to open it. Double click to open the Network folder. Click the link named Add a device to the existing network. Click Next and follow on with the screen instructions to promptly enter the wireless network name and WEP Key for network authentication. This may take up several minutes for the printer to synchronize with your router. Click Ok and progress further with the onscreen instructions to finish the wireless installation.
Wireless Installation on Macintosh: Double click the System Preferences folder to open it. Locate Printers & Scanners folder and then open it. Now access the + sign that reads Add Printer and then click it. Follow on with the onscreen instructions to select wireless network and then click Apply. Click Next and proceed further to designate a desired name for your network. Click Apply and then click Next option. Progress furthermore with your onscreen instructions to type in the wireless network name and WEP Key for network authentication. Click Apply and then complete the wireless installation process.