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Plug in machine and turn power switch on. Then press the front left hand power switch on and the select program and finally press the large right hand start switch.If you wish to change or reset a program hold the previouly selected program button in for 10 secs and the reselect your program choice and hit sart.
Try to turn off the laptop, remove the cables and battery. Then press and hold the power button for 8 secs. Reinsert the cables and battery on the pc. Turn on the pc and hopefully that prompt will not occur again....
never let a machine defeat you
from your DESKTOP go to SART, PRINTER; right click on icon for your printer; PROPERTIES invoke insert cartridge selection from maintenance or tools menu. make believe you inserted new one
it then will run alignment tests and this shoudl work.
also, DUST clogs the paper roller. get spray dust cleaner at office max or staples, office depot, or big lots; spray the heck out of it to get all the dust out of the paper roller; also turn machine on and off several times. every time a printer turns on it automatically triggers the roller to spin to eject a sheet of paper (whether there is paper loaded or not). repeat this several times.
you could have a jammed power or sart\pause button, these quite often get corrosion on the PCB and then the switches fail ON, if you can turn the machine on it is not dead, it can be repaired but you might want to get a technician in to reapair PCB. Also it would be helpful to know what lights light up when in error mode.
This seems to be a circuit fault
check the manual[Full manual on the software CD in PDF]
And look for any fault indicators.
If no sign then the manufacturers Support
If it is 'young camera' it may be replaced.
But a 'Repair' will be pricey