I hope this is a network printer otherwise you are wasting your time. If it is a network printer and it gets it IP address via DHCP, you mayy be hunting a while. Did the printer come with a printer utility. These utilities can usually communicate with a printer on the network and discover their IP.
 

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Find the printers IP

go to CMD run the command

/ping Printers ip adresss


To find the printers IP it needs to be connected to a network or a router better said.

Go to my computer > Network (which should be on your left corner in the box)> right click the printer go to properties.

And that should do it GL!
 

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