HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 Driver & Wireless Setup - Manual & Software

- February 20, 2019
HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 Wide Format All-in-One Printer series Review & Download Driver
HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 Driver & Wireless Setup - Manual & Software 
Today's review unit, HP's Officejet Pro 7740 Broad Format All-in-One Printer, supports only the 11 by 17 format, and that, for many programs, is plenty large enough. Tabloid is in fact twice the size of the standard letter size (8.5 by 11 inches), providing some built-in versatility of its own. You can, for example, publish a four-page booklet by simply folding the sheet .

Overall, aside from a marginally too-high price per page, discussed in the future, this can be a nice printer. Whether you require oversize spreadsheets or poster-size flyers, HP's OfficeJet Pro 7740 can handle most print jobs.

Design and Features

Not only can they bear little similarity to the rivalry, but HP's latest round of workplace printers also don't even seem like every other. That said, the Pro 7740, like its allies, is a highly attractive machine - as office machines move, that's.

The 7740 is composed with a 35-sheet, single-pass, auto-duplexing automated document feeder, or ADF. What that means is that the ADF is equipped with two scanning mechanics, so it can scan each side of the page at the same time, thus saving time and reducing a potential point of collapse.

Besides creating configuration changes, you can use the touchscreen system to perform walkup, or PC-free, tasks, like making copies, connecting to cloud websites, or printing out of and scanning a USB thumb drive. The USB interface is located on the rear side of the chassis, beside the power button.

HP provides a wealth of further cellular connectivity options, including Wireless Direct, HP's equivalent to Wi-Fi Direct, and Near-Field Communicating, or NFC.

Ultimately, by simply being a wide format printer, even the HP Officejet Pro 7740 is bigger than standard-size models. At 15.1 inches high, by 23 inches round, by 18 inches from front to back and weighing a rigid 42.9 lbs, this is not a big printer for whatever it will, but it's larger and bulkier than usual.

Of all of the inkjets I have tested lately, this tabloid printer has long been among the quickest. HP rates it at 22 pages per minute, or ppm. It does not happen often, but the 7740's rating of 24ppm actually beat the company's evaluation by a full 2ppm.

Like all printers are need to do, when we snapped colour, graphics, thicker formatting, and graphics to the mix, the OfficeJet Pro 7740 bogged down considerably, to approximately 10ppm, which isn't a terrible speed whatsoever to get an inkjet printer in this course. Printing tabloid pages with similar content will take about two times as long.

Like many HP printers, the most OfficeJet Pro 7740 printed quite well on our tests. Text quality was very close to laser quality, perhaps even typesetter caliber and graphics looked good overall, with only minimal banding when using dark gradients along with other dark fills. Otherwise, print quality looked great in general.

A for paper treatment, the 7740 comes with two 250-sheet paper towels that correct from 3 inches up to 11.7 from 17 inches. Printed pages territory on a 75-page output tray that telescopes out over the paper enter cassettes. HP's greatest monthly duty cycle (how many pages that the company says you can print each month with no undue wear on your printer) with this particular OfficeJet is 30,000 pages, whereas the recommended number is 250 to 1,500 pages.

Based upon the cartridge collections you purchase and where you buy these, the 7740's running prices are somewhere between 2 to 5 cents for black-and-white pages about 8 to 13 cents for color pages. Whatever the situation, the difference is big enough , if you don't don't print very far at all, then you always need to get the bigger, XL tanks.

That said, XL black aquariums market on HP's website for $41.99, plus they are rated by HP in 2,000 pages. When coupled with all the black ink tank, the colour tanks are good for 1,600 pages. With these numbers, we came up with 2.1 cents for black-and-white webpages and 8.1 cents color pages -- maybe not the best I have seen, but not great for a comparatively low-volume wide-format inkjet printer.

Remember that to find these numbers, we utilized letter-size, or 8.5 by 11-inch paper in our evaluations, not the 7740's highest 11 by 17 inches. Again, printing tabloid should work with half as many pages as letter-size.

The OfficeJet Pro 7740 Wide Format All-in-One (AIO) Printer convinced includes a whole lot more to indicate it than not. It is relatively quick and it has an adequate assortment of paper input choices, such as a single-pass ADF for creating scans faster and more reliable. Both, 250-sheet drawers enable you to serve two different types of media simultaneously, so that you don't need to reconfigure a newspaper drawer, thus taking the machine from service, every time that you would like to change paper types.

Frankly, we'd prefer this printer more if it were a superb weathered, only because the larger format carries additional impact. Whatever the instance, printing these large-format pages can be quite expensive, rather than just from ink. Premium 11 from 17-inch paper, also, is expensive, sometimes, depending on the newspaper , close to $5 a sheet.

The purpose? Yes, having all this wide-format space inconvenient, and it lets you create a broader array of document types. When a tabloid printer is what you are after, this one can be reasonably quick and reliable. The price per page requires boosting, but I still like this as a quality tabloid all-in-one. Running prices are somewhat high, but that is not unusual for a oversized machine.

HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 Wireless Setup

To set up an HP printer on a wireless (Wi-Fi) network, connect the printer to the network, and then install the print driver and software.

Step 1: Prepare for installation

Before setting up the printer on your wireless network, gather the network name and password, and then turn on your router, printer, and computer.

NOTE: If you need to find your network password, go to How to Find the WEP or WPA Key or Password for Your Wireless Network.
  1. Gather the following items:Network name: The network name is the SSID (Service Set Identifier).Network password: The password might also be called the WEP key or WPA security passphrase.A computer connected to your wireless networkInternet access: HP recommends broadband Internet access such as cable or DSL for software downloads, using Web Services, and getting printer updates.
  2. Make sure the router and computer are turned on, and that the computer is connected to the same wireless network to which you want to connect the printer. Turn on the printer and place it close to the computer and within range of the router during the setup procedure.
  3. Disconnect any USB or Ethernet cables from the printer.  

Step 2: Connect to the wireless network

Connect the printer to your network with the Wireless Setup Wizard so the HP installer can find the printer during the installation.

  1. Turn on the printer if it is not already on.
  2. On the printer control panel, touch the Wireless icon .The Wireless screen displays.
  3. Touch the Settings icon .
  4. Touch Wireless Setup Wizard, then follow the instructions on the control panel to connect the printer to your wireless network.

Step 3: Download and install the printer software

On the computer you want to print from, start the software installation, and then download and install the HP full feature print driver. It contains the wireless print drivers, as well as HP Printer Assistant software for scanning and other printer management functions.

  1. Go to driverprinterhp.com, type your model number, click Begin, and then click Download.
  2. Double-click the driver file with HP Easy Start in the name in the browser downloads bar or in the Downloads folder to start the installation.
  3. When prompted to choose your software and driver, select Full Software and Drivers, click Continue, and then follow the on-screen prompts to install the full feature print driver and complete the wireless setup.

What's in the box :
HP OfficeJet 7740 Wide Format All-in-One Printer; HP Setup Ink Cartridges; Power cord; Phone Cord; CD-ROM; Setup Poster; Getting Started Guide.

Compatible Network Operating Systems :
Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista (32-bit), Windows XP SP3 (32-bit); OS X v10.11 El Capitan, OS X v10.10 Yosemite, OS X v10.9 Mavericks.

Replacement Cartridges :
United States and Canada: HP 952 Black OfficeJet Ink Cartridge; HP 952 CMY OfficeJet Ink Cartridge; HP 952XL Black OfficeJet Ink Cartridge; HP 952XL CMY OfficeJet Ink Cartridge; HP 956XL Black
Europe, Middle East, and Africa: HP 953 Black, HP 953XL Black, HP 953 Cyan, HP 953XL Cyan, HP 953 Magenta, HP 953XL Magenta, HP 953 Yellow, HP 953XL Yellow; HP 957XL Black
Latin America: HP 954 Black, HP 954XL Black, HP 954 Cyan, HP 954XL Cyan, HP 954 Magenta, HP 954XL Magenta, HP 954 Yellow, HP 954XL Yellow; HP 958XL Black
Asia Pacific and Japan: HP 955 Black, HP 955XL Black, HP 955 Cyan, HP 955XL Cyan, HP 955 Magenta, HP 955XL Magenta, HP 955 Yellow, HP 955XL Yellow; HP 959XL Black

HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 Full Software and Drivers All Version
Windows 32 & 64 Bit
HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 Wide Basic Driver Windows 64 Bit
HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 Wide Basic Driver Windows 32 Bit
HP Universal Fax Driver for Windows
HP Universal Fax Driver for Windows Release Notes Windows 
Readiris Pro 14 for HP Windows Download

HP Easy Start for Windows Printer Utility Software Windows
HP ePrint Software for Network and Wireless Connected Printers Windows
HP Print and Scan Doctor for Windows
HP Easy Start for Mac OS
Readiris Pro 14 for HP for Mac OS

Steps to Uninstall HP Driver:
  1. Go to ‘Control Panel,'
  2. Choose‘Uninstall a Program,'
  3. Search the driver for your HP printer,
  4. Click “Uninstall” on HP driver,
  5. Finish.


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