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please use the following small secret. Disconnect the power adapter from the laptop. 2) Dissasembly the batteries from the laptop. 3) press the power button in ON with the adapter+battery disconnected from the computer. and maintain press the power button by EXACTLY 60 seconds.This liberate the ESD. 4) Try again. God bless you
I would recommend that you undock the laptop, go into the Printers and Faxes console, and delete the printer. Then, dock the laptop, connect the USB cable to the dock and then re-install the printer through the dock. The USB ports on the laptop are assigned different hardware values than the PCI interface of the dock, and if the laptop is trying to print to a local USB port, it may not find the printer if it's connected through a PCI interface like the dock. That'd be my next move.
may be its problem *********** board. install another computer if you saw detect a new hardware so your printer is OK or no detect hardware devise then fault your printer mother board,replace it and buy a new mother board. Best luck xptareq2000 other help email@example.com.
Make sure there is not an airlock in the magenta ink line. This is best achieved by fitting a syringe to the flow line and sucking through some ink. Also you may be able to use a syringe and needle to inject some in into the cartridge to prime it. You may need to run several cleaning cycles to get the ink through - I had a similar issue with and Epson R300 using CISS and carried out over 10 cleaning cycles to get the yellow ink to flow again. It may also be worth removing the cartridge and leaning the exit area with a cotton bud soaked in isopropyl alcohol as residue can build up in this area. If the problem persists you can fill the cartridge with cartridge cleaning fluid to flush it through and then empty it and reconnect the CISS ink supply. If you disconnect the CISS Supply a good tip is to use a bulldog clip to prevent the ink from siphoning out of the supply line while you are attending to the cartridge.
Driver could be corrupt. Disconnect the printer or at least be sure it is turned off.
I'd do both and reinstall the CD software program that came with
the printer. When the software program asks you to connect the
printer to the USB port, do so and it should again work properly.
Hope this helps. Bud
IssueAn 0xc18xxxxx or 0xc19xxxxx ink system error code displays on the front panel. The printer cannot copy, receive faxes, or print. Solution Press the On button to turn the printer off. Unplug the power cord from the back of the printer. Remove all the ink cartridges. Wait two minutes. Plug the power cord into the back of the printer. Press the On button to turn the printer on. Install the ink cartridges when prompted. If the error code does not display, the issue is resolved. If the 0xc18xxxxx or 0xc19xxxxx ink system error code displays on the front panel, service the printer.
try to reset the machine.
disconnect the usb and power cable...and press and hold down the power button for 45 seconds and then reconnect all the cables and try again...
or try to clean the print heads...still does not work...could be an issue with print sensors..needs to be replaces.
I was having the same problem - the USB ports seemed to have stopped working so I could not use the mouse, keyboard, or printer, even though the monitors and power could still operate through the docking station. Finally, I just unplugged the docking station for 30 seconds, plugged it back in, and everything resumed working. I was surprised it was that simple, but it's working for the moment.
I assume you're running Win Xp.
Disconnect the USB cable from the docking station. Go to START/CONTROL PANEL/PRINTERS/VIEW PRINTERS. Double click on the Konica icon. In the print queue that opens, delete any pending print jobs. Go to START/CONTROL PANEL/ADD REMOVE PROGRAMS. Uninstall any Konica software.
Go to START/CONTROL PANEL/PRINTERS/VIEW PRINTERS. On the MENU bar, click on PRINTER/SERVER PROPERTIES. Click on the DRIVERS tab. Remove anything that says Konica. Click on the PORTS tab. Remove ALL the Konica ports.
Re-install the printer driver - DO NOT plug in the USB cable until it tells you to.
That SHOULD do it. If it does not, please let me know and I'll research it further.