Roll Cutter - Add a Generic Printer to Windows 10 for Ethernet Connection

Modified on Thu, 08 Sep 2022 at 04:42 PM

Add a Generic Printer to Windows 10 for Ethernet connection.

1. From the Start menu, click Settings.

2. Click Devices.

3. First click ‘printers & scanners’ then ‘add a printer or scanner’.

4. Click the ‘The printer that I want isn’t listed’ link.

5. First click ‘add a local printer..’ then click ‘next’.

6. first click ‘create a new port’ then select: Standard TCP/IP Port.

7. Fill in the correct IP address, and uncheck the ‘Query the printer…’. 

8. Click ‘Custom’. Click on ‘Settings’ and check if the Settings are the same as in the figure below. Then click OK and click Next.

9. In the left section, scroll to ‘Generic’ and click on it. In the right section select ‘Generic/Test Only’.          

10. type an informative name for the printer and click Next.

11. It is not recommended to share this printer. Click Next to continue

12. At the last page, uncheck: Set as the default printer and click finish.


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