Re: Network Printer Issue
Prior to doing the steps below, confirm that you can ping the printer address of 192.168.1.3 from the computer you want to have the printer connect with and are getting replies ... not request timed out.
Start>>Control Panel>>(Category View)>>Printers & Other Hardware>>Printers & Faxes
Left column it should give the option to "Add Printer". Select Add Printer>>Next>>Select Local Printer Attached to this Computer (should already be selected) (Uncheck Automatically detect and install my Plug & Play printer)>>Next>>Create a new port>>Drop-down menu select Standard TCP/IP Port
Add Standard TCP/IP Port Wizard should come up>>Next>>Type in address 192.168.1.3 (Is this address static in the printer server? ... needs to be).
After entering the address click next and it should locate that printer at that address and prompt you for drivers. Have the disk handy (or get the drivers either from cd or manufacturer of printer's website and extract them to a share folder you can map to) and install them. Good luck.