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When i turn off the computer that the printer is connected to the printing queue is still there when the computer is turned back on and it starts to print out everything that was received the day before. what could the issue be and why is this doing it, i have a dell 5110cn printer.

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  • Ron
    Ron Apr 16, 2009

    Windows Xp

  • Ron
    Ron Apr 16, 2009

    I'll let you know if the solution works I just need to wait until tomorrow to find out. The reason is because it always happens when the computer is turned back on after being off all night.

  • Justin
    Justin May 11, 2010

    What operating system (Windows XP, Vista, etc) are you using?

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Check out this link and go down to where it says "Dell - Firmware" and then go over to the right and click the blue Download link. Run through that (I don't know what it looks like, sorry) and see if it will update your printer firmware. It looks like that is a fix for some job getting stuck in the queue, which sounds similar to the problem you're currently experiencing.

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