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Sounds like a stuck document is in the print queue. Try to clear the print queue first before sending another print job otherwise it will just accumulate in the queue. The steps below will help you clear the queue.
Hi albookristin I believe evrytime you tried to print, they all lined up in a queue for printing. If that is the case, you have to delete everything in the queue Right click on the printer folder, look under documents, and see there are documents listed. If there are few, delete all of them. In some cases, you may have to print one at a time.
After doing all that, try to print a document. For test purposes type a one line document and try to print it. Hope this will work for you. Have a good day luciana44
If you mean that when you go to print a document it doesn't hang in the Windows print queue and leaves quickly, then it is because either the printer has grabbed the document into its memory or it has sent the document to what it thinks it another printer. It might also be that the drivers you are using are not set correctly or that the connection to the printer is incorrect.
ok what should do is when you finish printing one page wait for some few mins before printing another page ok. that could help or unistall and reinstall your printer again and apply this method i just showed you. thanks
Go to control panel, printers. Set your defaults there. You probably have spooling enabled. Uncheck it and your print job will go to the printer, rather than to spooling. Spooling is like rolling the print job up on a spool until the whole thing is processed, then unwinding it to the printer.