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Re: printer not responding...
Try to check your setting for the printer before printing. maybe you have paper jam try to check feed papers. press the power if this is blinking. If the problem persist just restart your computer. Sometimes thist problem needs restart to continue printing.
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1. Have we made sure the printer cable is connected to the computer? The cable is sold separately from the printer, generally speaking it is a USB cable. (In most cases this cable needs to be plugged in to the computer and the printer needs to be powered on when running the printer installation software)
2. Of the printer is a Wi-Fi printer you will first need to make sure that you join the printer to the same Wi-Fi network that your computer is joined to.
3. Sometimes even if you have a Wi-Fi printer the manufacturer will require you to connect the printer to the computer just the first time, it gathers information about this Wi-Fi network from the computer and then passes the information to the printer.
4. I have also noticed that in some cases steps all or some of steps 1-3 need to be completed for internet printing to work.
Delete printer from PC it is not connected to(PC2). Make sure you can print a test page in windows from PC it is connected to(PC1). Then check on sharing. Make sure the share name is the same as what 3rd PC is looking for(PC3). Print to printer from PC3. On PC2, set up and install as a network printer. If all PCs can print to kitchen printer from windows, then you should not have to make any changes in RPE.
Also, if you cloned everything including the RPE folders, you may not be syncing properly. Check by changing the price of something and saving. It should change on the other stations also. Make this test from each station.
The issue appears to be with the configuration file in the money counts directory ( I think moneycounts.cfg) if you delete this file, money counts will recreate it on startup and you can select a printer for printing checks which will work. Should you change printer names or printers in the future, you may need to repeat this procedure.
That message implies that the program has tried to reach an on line website, perhaps to register, but has failed because your connection was not active at that time.
Try reinstalling it while connected.
I had the same issue when I tried to print. I had to set my default printer to an older printer. Everything else worked fine. If you get this error when printing hopefully you can reset your default printer. I don't think the software has updated printer drivers for some of the newer printers.
I had a similar problem. When I set up Vista I created an Administrator account, then set up my everyday user account. After hours of tweaking settings and re-installing printers, I realized that I could print from Office 2007 from my admin account but not from my user account. Of course, the error messages in no way indicated a permissions problem - they indicated I had a printer problem or a driver problem. Anyway, as a test, I granted my everyday account Admin status and now I can print fine. I had to sacrifice some security just to be able to do a simple thing like use the printer. Oh well, maybe "Windows 2057" will fix everything....