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It's possible that the SNMP Status Enabled box is checked on the print server (Printer/Properties/Ports/Port Settings). When you disabled SNMP or changed the community name on the printer, the server was no longer getting status updates and so flagged it as offline. Make sure the community names match.
I would see what kind of data is being sent to the printer. If the spooler is trying to send some data to the printer that is outside of its limits, even a page break missing, it will do this. Also see how much data it is trying to send to the printer. If it overwhelms the printer, it will just give up until the spooler stops sending requests.
So, if you want to print, the printer must be online. Offline method doesn't work to print. When the computer sayst that the printer is offline, it means ypur printer is turned off or you don't connected the printer to PC.
As in conclusion, if you want to print set the printer online.
Right click printer properties and select online. Start /settings /printers. Offline can also indicate a connection is not available - this occurs with demo versions of printer software. When the demo expires, the printer goes offline. The fix is to just use windows networking and shared printer.
please go to start menu, select printers and faxes or control panel to select printers and faxes open it, right click on your printer and scroll down to select use printer offline. then u are safe to print start ur printing. dont forget to rate me when it works am sure it will work. thanks