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Easy And Effortless Methods To Setup The Epson Expression Premium XP-830 Printer
The Epson Expression Premium XP-830 is a multi-functional printer which offers a lot of features to its users. However, while setting it up for the first time, many new users encounter various types of connection issues due to simple mistakes like step skipping or improper setting input. And in certain situations, even the experienced Epson printer users make these types of miscalculation while setting up their new printer. That’s why to help those users we have provided the Epson expression premium XP-830 printer setup process in this article. But before starting the setup process make sure you have a working internet connection and system.
Ways to Setup Epson Expression Premium XP-830 Printer
There are several ways by which you can connect the Epson expression premium XP-830 printer to your system and the best of them are provided in this section. Have a look at them and try to follow them as instructed.
Select the Wireless Network Settings from the Control Panel
To connect the Epson expression premium XP-830 printer with your system via a wireless connection, you can use the Control Panel of the printer. To know how to do it, follow the given steps.
- Press the Home button to open up the Setting menu.
- In that menu, you need to select the Setup option and then press the OK button.
- Now, in the Setup window, you will find the Network Settings option. Select it and hit the Ok button
- In the Network Settings window, you will find the Wi-Fi Setup option. Open it up by pressing the OK button.
- The Wi-Fi Setup menu will come up on the LCD screen. In that menu, you need to select the Wi-Fi Setup Wizard and then press the OK button to launch it.
- There, you need to select the name of your wireless network or type its name manually.
- After that, enter the password of your wireless network and press the Done option or Ok button.
Once you perform the above steps, the wireless connection will get completed.
Using the WPS Protocol to Connect the Printer to a Network
Now, if you possess a WPS protocol enabled wireless router or access point, then you can use the WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) protocol to connect with your Epson expression premium XP-830 printer. To perform the wireless setup process, follow the given steps.
- Tap on the Home Button to launch the Setting Menu.
- There you need to touch the Setup option to open up its window.
- In that window, you will find the Network Settings. Tap on it
- Now, inside the Network Settings window, tap on the Wi-Fi Setup option.
- A new window will come up on the LCD screen. There you need to touch the Push Button Setup (WPS) option.
- After that, you need to follow the on-screen instructions to complete the WPS setup process.
If the network connection is successful, then the Network icon will appear on the right side of the LCD screen in blue color.
Connect via Wi-Fi Direct Mode
You can also use the Wi-Fi Direct Mode to establish direct communication between your Epson expression premium XP-830 printer and your system or other devices. To try this method follow the given steps.
- Open up the Setting Menu by pressing the Home Button.
- Then tap on the Network option. In the Network window, you need to select the Setup option.
- A menu will come up on the LCD screen. There you need to click on the Wi-Fi Direct Setup option.
- Now, in the Wi-Fi Direct Setup menu, tap on the Connection Setup option, and then select the Change Password option and press the OK button.
- After that, you need to enter the password of your Wi-Fi Direct and press the Done button.
Once you have performed the above steps, you need to find the SSID (Wi-Fi network name) and password. This will help your system and devices to locate and connect with the printer. However, if you Epson printer doesn’t display an AP or Direct Wi-Fi symbol on the LCD screen, then it means that the Wi-Fi Direct mode is not enabled and you need to repeat this process to enable it.
Connect via a Wired Network Connection
Apart from a wireless connection, you can also connect the Epson expression premium XP-830 printer with your system via a Wired network connection. This connection mode will provide your Epson printer and system a more stable and secure connection. And for this purpose, you can choose between either a USB cable or Ethernet cable. However, the setup process for both of the cables is the same, therefore, you don’t need to worry about any step mistakes. Now to perform a Wired network connection setup, follow the given steps.
- First, disable the Wi-Fi features of your printer.
- Then, connect one end of the Ethernet network cable to the LAN port of the Epson printer and another end of the cable to any available LAN port on your router or access point. In case of USB cable, plug in one end of the USB into the USB port of the printer and the other end into any vacant USB port of your system.
- Now, uninstall the old application of the Epson printer from your system. Then download and install the new version of that application from the Epson’s official website.
- After that, follow the on-screen instructions to install the application.
- On the ‘Select Your Connection’ window, choose the Wired network connection. Then in the Select Setup Options window, you need to select the Setup printer for the first time option.
From there on, you need to follow the rest of the on-screen instructions to complete this setup process. Once you complete the process, you can start using your printer
However, if even after following all the methods and suggestions, you are unable to connect the Epson printer with your system, then it is quite possible that your system is suffering from some serious hardware issues. In that case, you should consult with a technical expert to find an effective solution for those problems.
We hope that our methods and suggestion are able to help you regarding all your queries on the Epson Expression Premium XP-830 Printer setup process. For more tech-related content, keep following our upcoming articles.