How to access a network printer by ip in windows xp Tags: Configuration IP Network Printer Windows XP Last response: October 31, 2011 6:18 PM in Windows XP Share ltoler October 31, 2011 5:09:10 PM how to access a network printer by IP in windows XP More about : access network printer windows Emerald October 31, 2011 6:18:18 PM install it as a local printer and create a new port. here you type in the IP address of the printer and then install the drivers. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Windows XP - How do I Disable the auto Network Printer Ins.. Forum How do I make my access point network work (share IP over several devices)? Forum How do I find the IP address of a Dell printer wired to a Windows computer? Forum How to asign ip to the printer in network Forum How to assign a network printer a n IP on a network Forum Solvedin windows xp i want to delete a directory ,but clicking on delete pc shows access denied , how to solve this problem Forum Solvedin windows xp i want to delete a directory ,but clicking on delete pc shows access denied , how to solve this problem Forum How to determine IP Address of a network printer Forum SolvedHow to access folders on Wind 7 PC, from Windows Vista PC on network Forum how to connect a printer on a mixed windows/mac home network Forum How to access a printer on a different network Forum How to access network printer remotely in domain network Forum How can I get my Windows XP to accept a USB-installed Lexmark printer? Forum How to install printer in windows 95 using ip address for windows 95 Forum SolvedHow can i share printer from windows xp 32 bit in windows 7 64 bit Forum Network printer not printing in windows xp Forum PC has win XP, 2 laptops win 7, how do I get printer access on laptops Forum Windows XP Home machine cannot access Windows XP Pro Printer Forum Hook up printer to XP and Windows 7 wireless network Forum I am unable to access internet. Error :Wireless Network Connection" doesn't have a valid IP configuration Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !