1. spiderman001728's Avatar
    When i try to use airprint, the phone sees my printer, but asks me for a username and password. Not sure what they are. Any ideas?

    It's an HP psc1610 and I'm using windows 7.

    09-29-2010 03:49 AM
  2. spiderman001728's Avatar
    ok i figured it out.

    On windows 7 i have only the one user account with no password,as it is a family computer. When I try to airprint it asks for a username and password. I enter the account name and leave the password blank because there is none. NO LUCK

    If i go into control panel and apply a password for the computer.... VOILA airprint magic.

    I dont want a password on my PC, so..... anyone know what the deal is here?
    09-30-2010 02:06 AM
  3. Slyfi's Avatar
    its a sounds like a security thing built into IOS now keep in mind that you are using a beta version.

    the programming is designed to look for a password the correct password returns a value of 1 (true) the wrong password returns a value of 0 (false)
    if no input is given there is no statement to access so its defaulted to 0. try just putting a space in for the password. no guarantee though I'm not familiar with the IOS code
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    09-30-2010 02:23 AM
  4. spiderman001728's Avatar
    nope no luck
    09-30-2010 03:07 AM
  5. Slyfi's Avatar
    well again its a beta make the pass on your comp a space then you essentially have no pass (but a login in screen :/) and you can have airprint until the official release at least.
    09-30-2010 03:27 AM