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Epson NX510 printer starting a print job then it cancels it itself?

I send the job from my computer, it sends, the printer acts like it is starting to print then the screen on the printer says Cancelling....... and then it goes back to it's regular screen with nothing printed.

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possible issue is port configuration. if the generic text driver works, apd driver should work too.

what may be happen is that when you install the apd driver the other printer drivers that you have were still using the same port that your apd driver were using. example, you have generic txt assigned to lpt1 and then the apd were assigned on the same port, this is were you get the trouble.

what you must do is, first, check any printer driver that you have using the lpt, say for example, you generic text is using lpt1, when you install the apd driver set it to lpt2. apd drivers will create a new port normally called esdprt. try to use that port but if that will not work reassigned the port of your apd driver to lpt2 printer port then uncheck bi-directional support. from there you should be able to print..

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make sure it is configured to the right port and using the epson driver. go to printer and faxes and properties then ports. check of the correct printer driver is check. what type of cable are you using anyways? com for serial, LPT for parallel.

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Nothing at all? Poor you are. The pump may damage or lost electricity.

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