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I would uninstall all versions of the printer and reboot the PC. Check that no remnants of the printer software are left on the PC and then re-install the printer. Use the CD that came with the printer when installing.
This means that print jobs sent to the printer will not print untill the printer is unpaused. This setting is used mainly for maintenance purposes.
To unpause a printer 1.) Left click Start in the bottom left hand corner of the screen 2.) Left click Control Panel 3.) Now, double-click "Devices and Printers" or "Printers and Faxes" 4.) In the Window you will see your printer, double-click your printer 5.) This screen will show you active print jobs, to pause or unpause the printer click File then click "Pause printing"
Go to your printers/faxes folder and right click on your printer and see if it's offline or similair.
If no joy, right click on it and uninstall printer.
Re-start your PC and let Windows find it again, but make sure the manufacturers driver automatically installs and not a Windows generic driver.