Selecting and Installing Printers and Scanners

As a CompTIA A+ certified professional, you’ll often be asked to research specifications and make recommendations for new printers and scanners. In this video, we’ll step through the entire process of planning, installing, and upgrading a printer or scanner in your organization.

5 thoughts on “Selecting and Installing Printers and Scanners”

  1. nice info. i didnt know about the part connecting to a disk drive. ill have to lookup about that technology. thnx

  2. I have a question.
    I have a very good Laser all-in-one, but the problem is that it is a bit old so it does not have an NIC built in. My question is, is there any way to use a Computer as an NIC. This is what I mean:
    If I wanted to print something from my laptop to this computer wirelessly, is there a way to set it up so the laptop sends a wireless signal to the router, which sends a wireless signal to the computer, which prints to the all-in-one via USB.

    I know it sounds confusing, but any help would be appreciated.


    1. Yes, simply share the printer on the desktop that is connected via USB.

      But that PC will have to be powered on otherwise the resource wont be available!

  3. just set up your printer as a network printer and make sure it is connected to your desktop. Also make sure your workgroup is the same on all pc’s or laptop.

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