Question about Lexmark X1270 All-In-One InkJet Printer
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print a document again to verify that the problem is fixed.
Try to print a document again to verify that the problem is fixed.
Posted on Feb 27, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Deleting - Printed
GregoryW's solution worked on a Dell AIO A940, except when I deleted the existing print spool files, the printers disappeared from the Printers and Faxes folder. I had to undelete one of them then the rest of the solution seems to have worked.
Posted on May 25, 2007
I found the following post on AsusForum.NET that solved the problem for me - hope it helps -
"As I had printing problems with my Lexmark X6170, which I bought at the time because it looked a good deal, I started to work on a solution.
I think this problem is also applicable for a number of other printers. The symptom is that the spooler in windows displays a progress for 99%. If you want to delete the job from the queue, you could end up restarting the print spooler.
The solution is rather simple (it took me a while to find out though).
If you go to the properties for your printer and click on the tab <advanced> and on the button <print processor>, just select the [winprint] processor instead of the manufacturer processor (in my case lexmark...). In the right pane select one of the [NT EMF...] processors and this should do the trick.
ALSO disable the bidirectional support on the <ports> tab...
As I thought the problem lies in the signal which has to be send back from the printer to the processor that the job has finished. As there is now way for the printer to send back the signal over the same printing port (RAW/9100), the spooler still thinks the job hasn't finished.
I searched the technet site and found some notes where a similar problem is described. In the case a problem like this occurs (apparently only with printers which use their own software and need bidirectional support...) they (the dark side) advises to use a Microsoft driver instead...
Hope I could help somebody with a frustrating problem.
(ps. printer works fine, the lexmark software not.)"
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
SOURCE: X5150 and Vista print issue
I am posting this in hopes of helping others that are having issues with the Vista print spooler. In my case, I have an HP Pavilion laptop running Vista connected to a wireless hub. I also have a Minolta Konica 2300DL printer that is connected to the network via the wireless hub as well. Ever since obtaining this laptop, I have not been able to print to the printer other than stopping and starting the print spooler to obtain a single print 'job'. After about six months I found a post that contains the fix - I cannot take credit for it! Follow these instructions to get your printer to work:
1.) Go into control panel - I would suggest classic view as it is a little easier to navigate.
2.) Then go into User Accounts.
3.) From User Accounts go into Turn User Account Control On or Off
4.) UNCHECK Use User Account Control (UAC) to help protect your computer.
5.) At this point you will probably require a reboot.
Once this exercise is complete, you should be able to print. One more item off of my Honey DOO list!!!!!
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
SOURCE: Can't cancel print job
I have this problem in Vista Home Premium with a Lexmark Z611. What I do is go into the Task Manager (right-click an empty spot on the taskbar or Ctrl-Alt-Delete and then click Task Manager in Vista; Ctrl-Alt-Delete in XP) and go to the Processes tab. From there I find the process that begins with the letters lxb (lxbcpswx.exe on mine), right-click it and select End Process. That should purge your print queue and let you start over.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
SOURCE: i HAVE A LEXMARK 5690
1. Go to Start, Control Panel and Administrative Tools. Double click on Services.
2. Scroll down to the Print Spooler service and right click on it and select Stop. In order to do this, you need to be logged in as Administrator. At this point, no one will be able to print anything on any of the printers that are being hosted on this server.
3. Next you need to go to the following directory: C:\WINDOWS\System32\spool\PRINTERS. Delete all the files in this folder. This will clear all print queues (it’s a good idea to first make sure there are no other print jobs being processed on any of the other printers on the server because doing this step will delete those jobs also)
4. Now you can go back to the Services console and right-click and choose Start for the Print Spooler service!
You can also go to a command prompt and type net stop spooler or net start spooler to start and stop the service.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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