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Re: I did not get a windows disk-I am trying to install...
If you are not using your modem to connect to internet or something else you can get by... Follow the steps... Right click on "my Computer" click on "properties" click on "Hardware" tab click on "device manager" Find your modem in the list and click on it once. On the menu bar at the top click on "action" and select "disable" That should stop your computer looking for drivers for your modem. If it doesn't work, it may be your web browser. Check your internet connection settings and make sure you browser is not trying to use dial up connection. Go to your internet explorer properties click on connection tab and check "never dial" option for dial up connection. Good Luck :)
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If the Notebook cannot find the device driver it is looking for then use this restore disk for an easy solution.
WINDOWS IS NOT ON THIS RESTORE DISK
This restore disk will only work for use with Toshiba Qosmio F30-112. This restore disk contains every driver for the Toshiba Qosmio F30-112.
Open the Start menu and select "Run", then type "appwiz.cpl" into the textbox and press "Enter". This will bring up the "Add/Remove Hardware" dialog box.
Click the "Add/Remove Windows Components" button in the left portion of the dialog box. It will take several seconds for the list of installed components to compile.
Click the check box next to the "Fax Services" entry and click "OK". This will start the install process for the Windows XP Fax Service. You will be prompted to insert your Windows XP setup disk at some point in this process. Do so, then press "OK" to continue and complete the installation.
First guess is you have a bit of dirt (often white-out from people scanning corrected paper that's not quite dry) stuck on the fax scan window. This should be described pretty well in your user manual (which you can download online from brother.com).
Its also possible that there is dirt (typically loose toner) on the laser scan window (there's a laser that shines through it to get the image pattern on the drum). That window is often along the bottom of the unit under the drum/cartridge (take the cartridge out and look). The Brother manual I've seen seems to ignore this possibility.
Print streaks DO NOT mean cartridge drum replacement in many cases !!
On brother Intellifax or MFC or other laser copier/printer/fax, keep in mind that either the fax/copy
scan window OR the laser scan window can get dirty. If the fax scan
window is dirty, you see streaks on outgoing faxes and copies (but NOT
incoming faxes). If the laser scan window is dirty, you see streaks on
all prints (copies, faxes, print-from-computer).
Note also that when transporting/moving some laser copier with the toner cartridge inside, the toner can get out and make a big mess inside (including getting the laser scan window dirty). An air compressor can be usefull to blow it out. And sometimes using alcohol to clean is a BAD idea (maybe incompatible with plastic and rubber parts). A damp rag is probably fine.
the error 1316 message usually means a previous installation of a software is
getting in the way of the new installation. It's kinda nutty that this
would cause a problem, but we live in a nutty world. The fix is to
download a free program from Microsoft that will totally and completely
remove the old software. Then the new version can load unimpeded. try to open ur local disk properties-->on general tab use disk clean up.. if that not work properly need to try Download: Microsoft Windows Installer Cleanup Utility from and run it to .u can download these here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301
Necessary you driver are found with system Windows If say in other words, that they already recorded on your hard disk. System Itself will find them for you during process of the installing the printer. Exist for Epson Stylus 400 ESC/P2 Also for for Epson Stylus Color 400 ESC/P2 You simply it is necessary to install printer manually through menu 1) Control Panel 2) Printers and faxes 3) Add printer 4) Next, Next, Next 5) you must choose brand "Epson" and your model of printer. 6) Next, Next .............
I found this page in the User Guide. Maybe it will be helpful. "If the printer has a new memory DIMM installed, all Windows users of the printer must set the printer driver to recognize the newly added memory. Macintosh computers automatically recognize new memory.
To enable memory for Windows 1. On the Start menu, point to Settings, and click Printers or Printers and Faxes. 2. Select this printer and select Properties. 3. On the Configure tab, click More. 4. In the Total Memory field, type the total amount of memory that is now installed. 5. Click OK."
Give this a try and if it doesn't work, let me know and I'll keep looking.
I have this exact printer for home use. Here what you do.
Plug one end of the Cat3 cable ( standard phone cable ) into the modem and the other end into the 1st port to the front on the left side. Then follow the instuctions in the manual to set up the fax service. Its basically asigning your fax name and number from the menu button.
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After much thrashing, here is the solution to the problem.Somehow the printer drivers lost coordination
with the corresponding Windows supporting programs.You would think that reinstalling the printer
drivers would fix the problem, AND IT DOES, but there are 3 tricks:
·Uninstall everything associated with this
printer with the install disk in the
computer (this may really not be necessary, but it worked for me).[This is also the solution when the a window
comes up asking for TrayApp to be inserted using a disk—they mean the hp
·After the un-install, MAKE SURE you ALSO delete the printer using the control panel.This is critical.If this doesn’t happen, the corresponding
Windows software is somehow hooked to the wrong thing when the reinstall
happens. Then reboot the system. ·Install the new drivers with the printer off, and the USB disconnected
from the printer.Reboot the system [not
sure the reboot is necessary].After the
computer has booted, connect the USB, and power up the printer.The computer will recognize the printer and
put the printer icon in the Control Panel.
It turns out that correcting the driver mis-coordination by
BOTH uninstalling the printer drivers and
taking the printer out of the control panel, then properly reinstalling
solves BOTH the fax problem, and the protection fault problem!Amazing such a little thing can make such a
You must go to the motherboard manufacturers website (or it may possibly be on the CD that came with the board), and get the SATA drivers for windows to create a diskette (yes, a 3.5" floppy disk). When you first enter the windows setup screen at the bottom a message appears about hitting F6 to load 3rd party drivers, you have to do this. After a while a screen will show up and ask you for the drivers. Put in the floppy and hit S, then it should come up with a list of drivers allowing you to select the right one. Windows XP will ONLY look on the "A" drive for these drivers. Hope this helps