My printer would always be there for printing. Now my computer will always say "printer off line" . I have downloaded the disk that came with the printer, many times. I do not even know how to use the printer "off Line" I am 66 yrs. old and this is very frustrating. can you help me? Sometimes when I turn my computer on I have no problem with printer. More often than not it will be off line even though I am connected to the internet.
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Try reinstalling your printer driver, yours may be corrupted.
Not enough info for a good answer but if a Windows machine, turn the printer off, go to the Device Manager, select Printer, delete the listing for your machine (don't know what you have), Try now turning the printer on.
If your OS recognizes a 'New Device' it will install the printer driver again.
If it doesn't, leave the printer turned on and reboot your system.
One of these should force the operating system to find the printer and install the driver from a backup driver.
Good luck & a tip: Always include details about your printer and operating system when seeking help.
The Zebra P110i printer is an Edge-To-Edge card printer, which means it will print on the card closest to the edge as possible, however there will still be a slight line. Although a 2mm line is too big, should be no more than 1mm, there will still always be a line.
There are some advanced EC (end card) settings that could be adjusted but if the print goes too close to the edge, the ribbon will get cut.
Always try downloading the appropriate driver first, but if it just doesn't work you can always use the postscript version of the HP Laser-jet 4 driver in the Windows driver list and still get most functionality under Vista on almost all HP laser printers.
heres is a reason and a tips, maybe you are using a driver of your printer, then check it on your control panel in Printer, number 2 is it might the printer head ribbon have a problem... this time you are going to check the printer physically inside... and have some self test print to recognize that the problem in the printer not the computer...
We've seen this problem in our shop. The document is "timing out" and the gap is where it restarts. You have to set the print manager to wait to print until the document is finished processing. Any large print will do the same thing. Try "pausing" the printer on your computer, then execute the "print" command in Photoshop, then go back to the printer control panel and "un-pausing" the printer.