The HP Envy 5660 uses a standard USB cable. Most USB cables are about the same length, so it should be easy to find one that fits.

Where can I purchase a compatible USB cable for the HP Envy 5660?

A compatible USB cable for the HP Envy 5660 can be purchased online or at a local electronics store. Some of the more popular online retailers that sell compatible cables include Amazon and eBay.

How do I connect my HP Envy 5660 to my computer using a USB cable?

The HP Envy 5660 comes with a USB cable that you can use to connect the printer to your computer. To connect the printer to your computer, first make sure that the printer is turned on and connected to power. Then, connect the USB cable between the printer and your computer. On Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, or XP, click Start > Devices and Printers > HP Envy 5660. On Mac OS X 10.11 or later, open System Preferences and click Print & Scan from the Apple menu bar. In the dialog box that opens, select Connect using: and then choose USB connection from the list of available connections. Finally, enter the IP address of your computer in the Server field and click OK. The port number for connecting through a firewall may also be required; if so, it will be listed after Port in this dialog box. If you are having trouble connecting to your printer using a USB cable please consult our troubleshooting guide here:


Once connected, how do I install the software for my HP Envy 5660?

The HP Envy 5660 comes with a pre-installed software that you can use to manage your photos, videos, and other files. To install the software, first connect your computer to the printer using the included USB cable. Then open the Windows Start menu and search for "HP ENVY 5660 Printer Setup." Click on the result to start the installation process. Once installed, you can access all of your print jobs, settings, and photos by clicking on "Printers" in the left-hand column of Windows Explorer.

Why is my HP Envy 5660 not recognized by my computer when I connect it with a USB cable?

There could be a few reasons why your HP Envy 5660 USB cable isn't working. One possibility is that the cable is defective, so you'll need to replace it. Another possibility is that your computer doesn't recognize the device because it's not properly installed. You'll need to install the driver for the HP Envy 5660 USB cable on your computer in order for it to work. If you still don't have success connecting the device, you may need to reformat your hard drive and try again. Finally, if you're using a Windows 10 PC, make sure that you've set up Universal Serial Bus (USB) support in Device Manager.

Is there a special way to connect the HP Envy 5660 to my computer using a USB cable?

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best way to connect your HP Envy 5660 to your computer using a USB cable may vary depending on the particular configuration of your computer and HP Envy 566

  1. However, some tips on how to connect your HP Envy 5660 to your computer using a USB cable include following these steps:
  2. Make sure that you have installed the appropriate drivers for your HP Envy 5660 and your computer. If you have not already done so, be sure to install the drivers from HP's website.
  3. Connect the USB cable between the HP Envy 5660 and your computer. Be sure that both devices are properly connected by plugging in each end of the USB cable into corresponding ports on each device.
  4. Open Windows Explorer or another file explorer program and navigate to where you want to store files on your PC (typically C:). You will then need to create a new folder called "HPEnvy5660" if it does not already exist. Once you have created this folder, drag all of the files from the external hard drive that you wish to use with your HP Envy 5660 onto this folder (note: make sure that any required software installation discs are also copied over).
  5. Close Windows Explorer or whatever file explorer program you were using and restart your computer. When prompted, choose whether or not you wish to boot from the CD/DVD drive orUSB flash drive containing the operating system image (OS) foryour HPEnvy5660 model number . Once booted up, follow instructions provided by Hewlett Packard regarding connecting peripherals such as printers etc., before continuing with setup procedures specifictoyourhp envy5660modelnumber .

Can I use any type of USB cable with the HP Envy 5660 or does it have to be a specific one?

The HP Envy 5660 comes with a USB cable that is specifically designed for use with the printer. Any other type of USB cable may not work and may damage the printer.

Will connecting my HP Envy 5660 to my computer with a USB cable damage either device?

There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on the specific make and model of your HP Envy 5660 and your computer. However, generally speaking, connecting a USB cable between an HP Envy 5660 and a computer will not damage either device. In fact, most users report that using a USB cable to connect their HP Envy 5660 to their computer is actually quite easy and convenient. Additionally, if you ever experience any problems with your HP Envy 5660 or your computer after connecting them via a USB cable, simply disconnecting the cable should resolve the issue. So overall, while there is no guarantee that connecting your HP Envy 5660 to your computer with a USB cable will never damage either device, we believe that it is usually safe to do so.

How long should the average person expect a USB connection between their HP Envy 5660 and their computer to last before needing replaced or repaired?

A USB connection between a HP Envy 5660 and a computer should last for around 3-4 years before needing replaced or repaired.

If I don't have the original USB cord that came with my HP envy 5660, what are some ways that I can get another one that will work just as well?

There are a few ways to get an alternate USB cord for your HP envy 5660. You can purchase a new cord from the store, or you can find an old one that someone else has already used and is no longer needed. If you cannot find a replacement cord at either of these locations, you can try to find a compatible cable online. There are many websites that sell USB cables specifically designed for use with computers, so it may be difficult to find the right one without some research. However, if all else fails, you can always contact customer service for help finding a compatible cord. They should be able to point you in the right direction based on your model number and operating system.