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Go to "Printers and Faxes" or "Devices and Printers" and try printing a test page by right clicking on the icon and choosing printer properties. This will better define if the problem is something wrong with the printer or connection OR if it is a software issue.
The print que on your computer may still be trying to send processes to the printer. Even if you uninstall and reinstall the printer it can be reloaded on the same port as before. Open your print que and see if anything is pending. Hope this helps.
Yes definetely something wrong with the USB cable or the Device driver.
Please check in the Device Manager, for printer entries if not showing anything marked.
Also check the Event Viewer for any red cross entries in "System" and "Application" related to printers.
Please click >> Start >>Control Panel >> Administrator Tools >> click >> Event viewer in the event viewer click on application.
If you are using Windows go to the control panel and in the printer section under the printer options try printing a test copy.... if the problem persists, try connecting it to another computer, if it remains the same then the problem could be related to the printer memory. Only a personal diagnostic by a specialized technician could help you out in that case!