Question about Kodak ESP 5 Printer
Remove the USB and un-plug the printer. wait 5 mins.
Reboot, wait till your fully booted up, and at the desktop.
plug the printer in, switch it on,
Jack it to the Pc,( last job )
Press the F5 function key a few times to flush the Pc,
The computer should recognise the device
Making the " bing " noise.
If not, test the USB port with another device.
Should be good now
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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