Ray, I take it you are new to dealing w/HP. afa I'm concerned they have
some of the worst tech support help.
Take them off their script and forget it. Glad to see you got your printer
"rafman" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Perfect . . . followed your instructions and I'm good to go on my Vista
> OS'd notebook. Gee and to think I spent hours with HP customer service
> and got nowhere. Customer service? Sadly to say that it was more like
> customer run-around.
> Robert Schweitzer;696698 Wrote:
>> I'm guessing the notebook is Vista OS?
>> Have you try to make an local printer port on the Vista computer?
>> Add a printer
>> Add a local printer
>> Create a new port
>> Local Port
>> Select printer driver
>> Printer name
>> "rafman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> news:email@example.com...> > >
>> > >
>> > > Hello,
>> > > New to this site and hoping that someone can help me out here.
>> > > I have a PSC2400 All-In-One printer that is connected to my desktop
>> > > computer running Windows XP SP2 (via USB cable). On the desktop, the
>> > > printer is shared as the network printer; I have another desktop
>> > > computer that is also running Windows XP SP2 and both computers can
>> > > print just fine.
>> > > On my notebook, I can see all the devices on my network including the
>> > > shared PSC2400 printer that is connected to the desktop but when when
>> > I
>> > > try to connect, I get access is denied message and will not connect.
>> > > I've tried HP support with no success so hoping for better results
>> > here.
>> > > Thanks in advance,
>> > > Ray
>> > >
>> > >
>> > > --
>> > > rafman > >