It can be quite frustrating when you have to transfer a file to the computer that is connected to your Brother Printer, only because you have to take a printout. However, if you are lucky enough to have a Brother Wireless Printer, you can connect your printer directly to your computer using the Wi-Fi network. This article will give you an overview of the steps you need to follow to set up your Brother Wireless Printer and connect it to your Windows device. Since it is possible that different Brother Printer models may have different setup steps, you can call the Brother Printer phone number and consult an experienced printer expert to get a better idea about the process you need to follow for your specific printer.
Steps to set up a Brother Wireless Printer in Windows
Before you think of setting up can connection your Brother Wireless Printer to your Windows device, you need to make sure you know the wireless network settings of your router or access points. Once you know the required network settings, you can follow the steps given below to set up your printer and connect it to your Windows computer:
- Step 1: Open the Windows search menu by pressing “Windows + Q.”
- Step 2: Enter the word “printer” in the search field and click ‘Enter.’
- Step 3: Scroll down the list and click the ‘Printers & Scanners’ section.
- Step 4: Press the power button and turn on your Brother Wireless Printer.
- Step 5: Use the net settings and connect your printer to your Wi-Fi network.
- Step 6: Click on the option that reads ‘Add a printer or a scanner.’
- Step 7: Go through the list of devices and look for your Brother Printer.
- Step 8: Select the Brother Wireless Printer and click ‘Add device’ to complete the setup process.
In case you do not see your Brother Wireless Printer in the list of devices, there is no need to panic. You can simply select the ‘The printer that I want isn’t listed’ option and follow the prompts. You need to makes sure you click the ‘Add a Bluetooth, wireless, or network discoverable printer’ option and see that your printer and Windows computer are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
In case you have any trouble completing the setup steps mentioned in this article, you can always call the Brother Printer customer support and ask for additional technical assistance. Whether you face an error in the setup process or if you encounter a more complex software glitch related to your Brother Printer, experts are available 24 hours a day to respond to any query you may have. You just need to call the support number, and you will get a step-by-step guide on how to fix any Brother Printer error.
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