There are several possible causes for your HP envy 5535 printer not connecting to your router or computer. Follow the steps below to troubleshoot an HP Network connection failure on a phone, system, laptop, iPhone, or Mac.

“HP Printer Network Connection Issues” Troubleshooting Basics

  • First, make sure that both the computer and the printer are connected to the same wireless network.
  • Also, make sure your security key is set to the correct password.
  • Next, look at the router’s position. It should be near the computer and printer.
  • Examine the path between the router and the computer for any radioactive materials.
  • To avoid any loose connections, make sure that all of the wires in the printer and computer are securely connected.

Resetting the power and checking the physical connection

Turning off the printer’s power will quickly reset the printing system.

  • To begin, unplug the HP envy 5535 printer’s power cord while it is still turned on. Before reconnecting the power cord, wait a minute.
  • Check that the network cable is securely connected and that the cables are in good condition.
  • Turn off and restart your computer, smartphone, or laptop. If the problem persists, try printing again, and then move on to the second solution.

Checking to see if the printer is network-connected

Incorrect network settings, mismatching with printer settings, downloading new software or drivers, compatibility issues, and using incorrect links in the HP envy 5535 printer can all cause network issues.

  • Make sure your wifi is turned on and that you are connected to the correct wireless SSID.
  • Then, print a network configuration page. On the page, look for the printer’s IP address.
  • If it is using the wrong IP address, you must resolve the problem before proceeding with the network connection.
  • Now enter the IP address into the web browser on the system. The configuration page is visible, as can be seen.
  • If you see the Embedded Web Server page open, your printer is network-connected.
  • Start your computer and then enter RUN into the command prompt.
  • There, type “ping” followed by the IP address of your printer. As you can see, the command fails and returns an error message.
  • The printer is not network-connected.

Network Issues with HP Printers

HP Print and Scan Doctor.

HP Print and Scan Doctor can be downloaded. It is a free programme that assists you in diagnosing and resolving printer connectivity issues. After downloading the application, launch it to automatically troubleshoot HP printer network issues.

Select the appropriate connection port.

The problem may also arise as a result of using the incorrect communication port. This can also result in the printer going offline. In that case, open the control panel and navigate to Devices and Printers. Select your printer, then right-click on the printer name and select Printer Properties. Select the Ports tab. When selecting a port, make sure the description includes an IP address. If you see a single port with multiple selections, choose another port.

Reset the Printer Driver Settings

Navigate to the control panel on your computer. Select the printers and drivers tab. Right-click on the printer icon with your mouse. Choose Remove Device from the drop down menu that appears. Now press the “yes” button and wait for the printer to be unplugged. Finally, consider printing. If the issue persists, move on to the next solution.

HP Printer Driver Removal and Installation

Navigate to the system’s Add or Remove Programs menu. Then look for HP printer software. Once you’ve discovered it, uninstall it. Restart your computer after that. Now visit the official HP printer website.

Enter the model name and series number of your printer. Then, download and install the most recent and up-to-date HP envy 5535 printer driver package.

Connect to Other Devices

Are you still having problems after exhausting all possible solutions? Determine the source of the problem. Is it the printer or the computer’s fault? Use any other system to connect it to the printer. If it successfully connects, the issue is with your printer. Provide your printer with the service. Connect to Other Devices