123.hp.com/laserjetCP4000 – HP LaserJet CP4000 Setup Wireless Printer Setup and Install

HP LaserJet CP4000, 123.hp.com/hp-laserjet-cp4000


First time printer setup and Install (Windows)

  1. Select a well-ventilated, dust-free area to place the device. Do not place the device in direct sunlight or in an environment where temperatures are above of 10 degrees Celsius to 32.5 degrees Celsius (50 degrees Fahrenheit to 91 degrees Fahrenheit). You can now unpack the device
  2. Unpack the MFP and remove the packaging around it along with the shipping tape.
  3. Lift the scanner lid, remove the foam and unlock the scanner.
  4. Remove the toner cartridge from its packaging.
  5. Open the cartridge door and install the cartridge.
  6. Open tray 2, remove the cardboard and adjust the paper guide widths
  7. Load the print media and close tray 2.
  8. Connect the network cable to the device.
  9. Plug in the power cord and switch on the device
  10. Follow on-screen control panel instructions to:
    • Set language, date, time, and fax settings (if necessary)
    • Select your language, the date, and the time.
    • Set the media size and type for the input trays.
  11. To modify media size or tray type:
    • At the control panel, press Supplies Status and then Trays.
    • Touch the name of the tray, and touch Modify
  12. To find the IP address:
    • On the control panel, touch Network Address and then touch Print to print the Jetdirect configuration page
    • You will find the IP address is on the Jetdirect page, under ‘TCP/IP’.
  13. To Install the software:
    • Insert the CD that came with the printer.
    • On the welcome screen, click Install Printer.
    • Follow the on screen instructions when the Setup Wizard appears
  14. For a USB installation connect the USB cable only when prompted by the software.
  15. Click on Finish and restart the computer.
  16. To Test the software installation:
    • Print a page from any program to make sure that the software is correctly installed.

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HP LaserJet CP4000 Cloud Print

As a free service, the Google Cloud Print allows you to print documents from any network-enabled device to your HP LaserJet CP4000 printer.

No software or driver download is required for this feature.

To enable Cloud Print:

  • Check if your computer has standard browsers and operating systems installed such as Chrome, OS X v10.7, Linux, Windows XP or newer
  • Create a Google account
  • Make sure that the printer is connected to the same network as your device
  • Turn the HP LaserJet CP4000 printer on
  • Sign in to your Google account from the Chrome browser
  • Select Show Advanced Settings in the Settings window
  • In the Manage button select Google Cloud Print
  • You can Register your device under New devices, where your HP LaserJet CP4000 printer will be listed
  • In another case, the printer may also be listed under My devices in which case you just have to choose Manage

To Print a document:

  • Open the Chrome browser and Sign in to your Google account
  • Click on Print in the Google Cloud Print Jobs
  • Then click on Select a file from my computer under Upload a file to Print
  • Open the document that you wish to print and click on the print command

HP LaserJet CP4000 Printer Setup

  • Once the hardware is setup for printing, the software has to be installed
  • The printer software for the HP LaserJet printer setup is available at 123.hp.com/hp-laserjet-cp4000
  • On the 123.hp.com/hp-laserjet-cp4000 all you have to do is click on https://www.123hp-com.com/hp-laserjet-cp4000-driver-download/ and the page will be redirected to the relevant download page.
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HP LaserJet CP4000 Support & Userguide

HP ePrint Setup (123.hp.com/setup)

  • The 123.hp.com/hp-laserjet-cp4000 ePrint is a free service that allows printing from any location to your printer.
  • An email is sent to the email address assigned to the printer that will enable the web printing services.
  • No drivers or software is required
  • With the 123.hp.com/setup, installing the web services provides the user with mobile printing.
  • The feature allows you to sign in and view the print job status, manage printer queue, and control user access to the printing.

To setup the 123.hp.com/hp-laserjet-cp4000 ePrint:

Connect the computer or mobile device to the internet

Enable Web Services on the HP printer at 123.hp.com/setup

  • Press the ePrint button on the printer’s control panel
  • Accept the terms and conditions for use
  • To enable the web services, follow the on-screen instructions to setup on 123.hp.com/setup
  • Print a test page

To find the printer’s email address in 123.hp.com/hp-laserjet-cp4000

  • Press the ePrint button
  • In the Web Services Settings menu select Display Email Address

Customizing the email address for the 123.hp.com/setup

  • Select the Web Services Settings menu
  • Choose Print Info Page – this prints an information page containing the printer code and customization instructions

Turning off ePrint

  • To turn off ePrint – From the Web Services Settings menu, select ePrint and then Off

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AirPrint™ Setup

The 123.hp.com/hp-laserjet-cp4000 AirPrint™ is a mobile printing solution compatible with Apple iOS and later operating systems.

Wireless printing can be accomplished from the iPod, iPhone and iPad to any HP ePrint-enabled printer such as HP LaserJet CP4000.

To use AirPrint™ it is first necessary to:

Check compatibility of the AirPrint™ to the 123.hp.com/hp-laserjet-cp4000

List of compatible devices:

  • Apple device should be able to use AirPrint™
  • Mac OS X Lion (v1.07)
  • iOS 4.2
  • iPhone® 3GS
  • iPad and iPad Touch® third generation

List of compatible applications for iOS devices for AirPrint™

  • Mail, photos, PDFs, SAFARI and third-party apps

To check apps for compatibility with the Apple AirPrint™ click on AirPrint™ Compatible Mobile Apps

Check firmware compatibility

For AirPrint™ availability on Firmware:

  • Click Installed Personalities and Options to check if AirPrint™ is listed
  • If yes, Skip to Connect the Apple device to the same wireless network as the printer

In case the device does not recognize the AirPrint™

  • Update firmware

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