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Cannot print to network printer

From Windows XP, try to print to CS-1820 on network, TCP/IP-192.168.1.4, and get following error. " An error occurred during communication" this worked yesterday. From DOS, I can ping 192.168.1.4 and get a valid response. I try to print from a desktop machine on same network and also froma laptop wireless and both get same result. I have powered everything off and restarted, same result. The laptop shows the printer offline. Help

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Hi,

For turning on the offline mode, firstly you have to firstly click Start. You have to take the Control panel.

In that, you would select the option named 'Printers and Faxes' icon. When you click that it would open a window.

That window would show the list of printers which are being connected to the system.

Then, double-click the printer in which you have to change the mode. A pop-up window would then appear.

You would go to the printer in the menu bar of that pop-up window.

Lastly uncheck the 'use Printer Offline'. After performing that the printer would go into the online mode.

get more help to fix Network Printer Offline Error hope this helps you.

Posted on Jun 10, 2011

Is this printer installed on a server and shared over a network? Or is it installed independently on each workstation?
If it's on a server, printing could be "paused", or set to "use offline" Go to the "printers and Faxes" dialog box, and 'right click" on the printer icon, is there an option to either "resume printing", or "use printer ON line"? If so, select this option.
If it's not on a server then it would be extremely unlikely that this condition would happen on all workstations
Other than that make sure that the Subnet mask is set correctly on the printer.
If that doesn't work....it's probably time to try re-installing the driver.

Posted on May 16, 2009

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