How to Connect Lexmark X4650 Printer to Wifi?

Installing the Lexmark X4650 laser printer driver software on your personal computer is required for your computer to connect Lexmark X4650 Printer to Wifi.

Having a Lexmark printer driver issue will result in the hardware (Lexmark X4650 printer) that you attach to your laptop or computer failing to print properly.

It is not difficult to set up a Lexmark printer without the use of a CD or other media device. The Lexmark X4650 driver operators and the Lexmark laser printer itself are all that are needed to set up the Lexmark laser printer. This page provides links to obtain the latest version of Lexmark X4650 driver software.

Anyone who has access to the Internet may quickly and simply download and install the Lexmark drivers that are specific to your company’s Lexmark X6650 laser printer if one is available. If you do not have access to the Internet, you may install the drivers on to portable hard drive or a disc drive using a personal standard web browser.

How to Link Lexmark X4650 Printer to WiFi? 

In order to complete these procedures, you must first determine if your router supports WPS push-to-connect or not. Continue to the next step if your network and printer both offer push-to-connect technology (see below). 

  • Lexmark printers include a control panel button that may be pressed. Navigate to the settings menu.
  • Press OK —-> In settings —–> Select Network/Ports —–> Select Wireless
  • Press OK —-> Select Wi-Fi Protected Setup
  • Within 2 minutes, press the WPS button on your router to connect.

Follow the steps for Lexmark Printer with touchscreen:

  1. Touch settings —->Select Network/Port —–> Select Wireless
  2. Now Select WiFi Protected Setup —–> Start push button method
  3. Now on your wifi modem —–> Press the WPS button
  4. To determine whether or not your printer has been successfully connected. Toggle the WiFi symbol to the left.

Setup Lexmark X4650 Printer Pin Method:

  • Navigate to the control panel.
  • Network —- > Network Setup —–> Wireless —–> Wi-Fi Protected Setup > Start PIN Method
  • Copy the eight-digit WPS PIN from your device.
  • Open a web browser on your laptop or desktop computer and surf the internet.
  • Fill up the blanks with your router’s default IP address (192.168.X.X). You may find it on the back of your router.
  • Now you’ll need to input your WiFi login credentials.
  • Next, locate the WPS settings inside your wifi modem and enter the 8-digit WPS pin into the appropriate field.
  • Make a test print from your computer by clicking on Save and then Print Test.

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