Question about Samsung CLX 3160fn All-In-One Printer
You need to completely delete and reinstall your drivers and Smart Panel software. Delete the printer from the [Printers & Faxes] menu in [Control Panel]. After that, go again into [Control Panel], then into [Add Remove Programs] and search (in alphabetical order) for the Samsung Status Monitor. Thenclick on [Remove].
After you are finished, reinstall from the original CD keeping in mind not to connect the unit untill the installation procedure tells you to do so.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
I don't know how long it takes for a solution to appear here. I posted one, then had to login, so not sure it got posted.
Anyway, the problem is the Windows firewall program, or any firewall program running on your local computer. The samsung monitor has two-way communication with the computer, and the firewall will stop the communication, which is why it appears to be non-responsive, when in fact it is disallowed from responding.
Turn off the Windows firewall and use a hardware router to isolate your LAN from the WAN. I posted a more complete answer, if it appears, then I won't need to elaborate further.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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