I am using sony vaio latest laptop. first i did install printer hp1000 and this printer successfully installed but when i install another printer hp1020 i found some driver problem and later this printer also install successfully. afterthat when again i plug in printer hp1000 my laptop showing that printer is ready to print but unable to doing print through said printer. some one told me that your laptop USB device is not working problem delete those devices by using safemode of window and install them again.
Please let me know is that solution is correct for windows vista or having another solution for that.....
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Re: USB device conflict by using two printers
Yes, if that does not work, do the following:
Go into the properties of each printer and the on the port tab, make sure that the printers are set on different USB ports. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
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Use a usb cable or SCSI to usb cable from either a Sony Store or ebay.
Youy will need apropriate drivers for your OS.
• Superb Print Quality
• High Speed Printing, A5 Size
• Approximately 300 dpi Resolution
• Standard SCSI Interface, Compatible with
95/98/2000, Windows NT
• USB Compatible
with Optional SCSI to USB
• Compact Size
According to the specs this printer uses IEEE 1284 connection which is infrared. So you would have to have an infrared receiver/transceiver on your laptop or purchase and install one. In other words this printer does not connect directly to your USB port or your Paralell Port.
Depending on the type of device, you may need to install drivers prior to plugging the device into the computer. You may also try:
1. using a different port 2. try a different device to check if it might be a problem with usb port. 3. remove any other usb devices first. one might be interfering like a mouse or keyboard. 4 go to the sony website and download the latest drivers for your system.
Go to start->control panel->system->hardware->device manager. Expand Universal Serial Bus controllers. Right click on every USB root hub and select uninstall option. They will be reinstalled on next restart.
After that plug USB pen drive to usb port - go to start->control panel->system->hardware->device manager. Click Universal Serial Bus controllers then click on Action tab (the one at the top of Device manager window and select scan for hardware changes.
If that will not solve the issue try different USB port.
Make sure you have latest service pack installed so Windows would install proper drivers for the device.
Let me know if this is not solved