|I have an Epson Stylus SX235W printer that is connected to my home network when it is powered on. Every time I turn it on to print something, it changes its IP address from, say, "192.168.0.18" to "192.168.0.17" (That happened today).|
The problem is, Windows doesn't recognize the change and continues to say "Printer Offline". I don't know how to make Windows scan for the new IP.
I could, however, try connecting with the printer's name, but I don't know how to find the printer's name. I know that there is a "computer name" for Windows PC's, but the printer's name contains spaces, one thing which isn't allowed on computer names as far as I know.
Any ideas? I have a desktop (which I use primarily), and a laptop (with WiFi, used sometimes), if that helps.
I hate BSOD's
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