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HP Printer MAC Sierra

[Setup]HP Printer Drivers For MAC Sierra

HP Printer Drivers For MAC Sierra is the thirteenth latest version of Apple inc’s. You can’t directly print, or fax using this. You can connect your Mac driver to the HP Printer via a USB cable or Wi-Fi or network printer.

HP Printer Drivers For MAC Sierra

Quick Steps to Connect the HP Printer Driver to Mac Sierra Using USB Cable

  1. Update the Software: Click the Apple menu or Apple store on your Mac.
  2. Now click App store and select updates if any updates are available.
  3. Make sure whether Mac sierra has any latest information or software updates before you proceed.
  4. Unbox your printer. Fill the ink cartridges and load the papers in the input tray.
  5. Power on the printer and ensure that it doesn’t display any error message.
  6. Connect the USB cable between the HP Printer Drivers For MAC Sierra.
  7. When prompted with download new software, make sure you download and install it.
  8. You can also use USB-C cable for a power supply and for good battery life.

The Elaborate Steps to Connect the HP Printer Driver to Mac Sierra

  1. For Connecting with Wi-Fi or Network HP Printer.
  2. If the Mac and Printer are already connected to the same Wi-Fi network, choose the option File -> Print and click the Printer pop-up menu. Choose Nearby Printers or Printer and Scanner Preferences, and then Select your printer. If you are unable to find your printer, you can add it. Now update your software, when prompted for update click on it. Set up the printer by unpacking it, fill the ink cartridges and load the input tray with papers.
  3. To connect your HP Printer Drivers For MAC Sierra, follow the below instructions. If you have a Wi-Fi printer, you should connect the printer to the mac with a USB cable to set up the Wi-Fi printing. After the connection of the printer to your Mac, install the Mac software that came with the printer. Use the printer’s setup manual to connect the printer to your Wi-Fi network. Discard the cable from your printer and Mac after the setup, but the printer should be connected to a Wi-Fi network. Now add your printer to the list of available printers. Choose the Apple menu -> System preference, and click the option Printers and Scanners. If your printer isn’t in the list, click the Add(+) button at the bottom. A dialog box appears listing printers on your local network. Wait for a few minutes so that the list appears. Click on your printer name when it appears in the list, then click the add option. If you get a prompt to download the new software, do the same.
  4. You can also install it by adding by Bluetooth printer by following the steps mentioned above like Updating the software and setting up your printer. While connecting connect the printer via Bluetooth. To pair the Bluetooth, go to System Preferences, Select Bluetooth and choose the device from the list. Click the Pair option then click Accept. Include your printer in the list and if you get a prompt to install, do the same.
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