Creating a Print Queue (Windows)

Be sure to download and extract/install the latest printer driver from the manufacturer's website

For Windows XP users: The procedure is nearly the same except for step 6.  If you can't find the list of printers, click "Have Disk" and browse to the directory where you installed the drivers.

Click the Windows Start button, then select "Devices and Printers"
Click the "Add a printer" button at the top of the window
Click "Add a local printer"
Click the bubble next to "Create a new port" and select "Standard TCP/IP Port." Click "Next"
Enter the hostname for the printer (same in both fields). Check the "Query the printer" option and click "Next"
IF YOU SEE THIS WINDOW: Leave the page as is and click "Next." IF NOT: Skip to Step 8
IF YOU SEE THIS WINDOW: Select the printer model and click "Next." If the model is missing, click "Windows Update," wait a few minutes, then check again
Enter the hostname for the printer in the "Printer name" field. Click "Next"
Verify the "Do not share this printer" bubble is marked. Click "Next"
If this printer will be your primary printer, check the "Set printer as default printer" option. Click "Finish"