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You may have a document (or multiple copies of the same document ) stuck in the print queue. Turn off your printer, then pull the plug. Got to the control panel (or equivalent) on your computer and check the Lexmark print status for content and delete it, if possible. Reconnect the data cable to the printer, then reconnect power and turn it on to initialize. Cue up the print job again and go.
it means that the printing order for the memory for the printer is full
go to control panel , go to printers and hardware , click on printer right click and it will show a section see what is printing
high light each line and delete that takes away the priority of the stack until there is nothing left to print and the printer should again print at the next selection you make
How the program works is this
there is a small memory in the printer and a large one in the pc
when you have data that is to be printed, the pc sends the data until the printer memory is full at which stage the printer starts to print. new data is sent as memory space becomes available until the document is printed
when different data is requested to be printed or there is a hiccup in the process the pc looses the priority in the print list ( page number or new document)and so backs up that memory and becomes blocked
by going into the pc in the printer hard ware and deleting the printing waiting to be processed your are unblocking the process and allowing the pc to again move data to be printed
Try this, it may be a large print job held in memory.
Press to clear the message, cancel the current print job, and conduct the next print job, if any.
· Press Cancel to cancel the print job.· Press Menu to open Stored Print and delete the holding job. · To avoid this error in the future, do the following:· Delete unnecessary fonts, macros, and other data in printer memory. · Install additional printer memory.
Toner cartridge memory counts how many print outs passing through it, once memory sensed yield count crossed, printer will say that "low toner" , after couple of prints it will says to "replace the cartridge". If you refilled this cartridge with out replacing the memory printer will treats its old cartridge only.. Replacing the memory will solves your problem. Ideal memory chip...
All three replies are incredibly stupid, but especially Frank's. The issue is simply that you're trying to print something that has too much complexity in it for the printer's pre-installed memory to store the final rendering of before printing. The way a laser printer works, unlike an ink jet, it has to take the entire page to be printed and render the final output in memory before the page can be fed through since it doesn't go line by line. If you're trying to print something that has a very complex page in it, such as a full 8x10 photo, the base amount of memory may not be enough. Dell sells a 256MB add-on memory chip you can put in the printer to get around this. Unfortunately the only other way around the issue would be to reduce the complexity of the page; perhaps try printing the PDF scaled down to 70% so the printed output is a lot smaller but also takes up less of the page, meaning the printer may be more likely to be able to fit the page into the existing memory.
Front cover is open Close the front cover of the printer. Fuser cover is open Close the fuser cover located behind the back cover of the printer. Paper jam Clear the paper jam. See Paper jams and how to clear them on page 85. If the printer does not start printing, press the Go button. Memory full The printer memory is full and the printer cannot print full pages of a document. See Solving print problems on page 97. Print overrun A print overrun occurred and the printer cannot print full pages of a document. See Solving print problems on page 97.
The RAM for the printer is temporary.
turn off the printer and unplug the printer from the outlet. wait for 20 sec. plug the printer in and turn it on.
you can select in the printer properties page of the printer to print immediately instead of spool and print from the last page first. that will eliminated the ob store in the RAM.