I switch on my computer, send first print job to printer. It prints. Send second print job - nothing. Printer just sits there. If I restart the computer (not enough to turn off the printer) then when the computer reboots the label stored in the memory prints off.
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If you are running Windows, then your printer buffer is trying to send the print job to the printer. Look down below in the STATUS area near the time. See if you have a printer ICON. Select it and choos to CANCEL print jobs. Then after all jobs canceled, turn your printer back on.
This printer requires special software to print labels with. It uses a unique PCL language to work with. Thats why when you use these printers with Fedex or UPS software, it typically downloads forms first before working.
Zebra used to see a label designer program to work with it. You might want to check with them to see if they still carry it.
Go to Control Panel, Administrative Tools (in Clasic view), and double click on Services. Scroll down and right-click on "Print Spooler". Start (or Restart) it and your printers will reappear in the "Printers and Faxes" window, and the spooler will try to send jobs to the printers again.
If you check the Properties of the Print Spooler, on the Recovery tab, you can set it to "Restart the Service". I set mine to Restart on the First Failure and Second Failure, and Take No Action on the Third Failure, in case something really needs attention.