Question about Kodak EasyShare Photo Printer 500
Hi there, Having followed the manufacturer's instructions (from the manual), and having tried to install and re-install this printer to use via Bluetooth, I am having no luck. I can get to a point where it SEES the printer, but will bonk out as it says "Driver Not Installed" -- well, the driver IS installed to use it via USB, but it won't let me add a new driver version via BT. I can even get to a point where I am asked for the PIN to pair the BT device. Still, it won't go further than that. Has anyone experienced this problem? More importantly, does anyone have suggestions for how to either make the wizards work or create a driver manually? I'd really appreciate it. We love the printer and I would like to make it easier for my wife so that she can print without a cable (a luxury, I know). thanks, NEM
I have the same problems, and I can't seem to get in touch with Kodak. I even was able to update the printer's firmware, but still can't print with it, USB or BT.
Posted on Feb 04, 2007
NEM, Are you logged in as root or administrator? You may want to start from scratch. Wireless is sensitive. Uninstall the printer and reset the bluetooth settings. Then reinstall. Make sure your speakers aren't to close to the printers...trans/rec window. Tim
Posted on Jan 29, 2007
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