Question about Epson WorkForce WF-3540 All-in-One InkJet Printer
Everytime I print something and set the quality to something higher than "Standard" the print job cancels mid print. If I lower the quality to "standard" or lower, the print job completes. I do not have anything in my print queue at the time either.
For anyone else having this problem (my HP Officejet would print a few pages of a large print job then spontaneously 'cancel' and I would have to set it all back up just to have it 'cancel' again on it's own) I updated the driver, rebooted it and no change. Then I happened to notice when looking at the print window that pops up where you can chose things like number of copies or only print a certain page that the printer selected in the window for 'which device do you want to use' was an HP device I didn't recognize, I clicked it and below was the Officejet, I selected that and it printed great...not sure how another device was chosen or it even printed at all, but that's all it was.
Posted on Sep 16, 2014
Update your printer driver.
Posted on Apr 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is your printer hooked up to your network?
Make sure all your settings are correct and try connecting the printer directly into your computer. Then print if it does not work still then comment back and I will be glad to help.
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Posted on Feb 19, 2009
SOURCE: I have an Epson Stylus
Hi, this maybe happening due to RAM or HDD space, often BIG complex color print jobs take up vast amounts of RAM and HDD space, the PC needs enough to "Spool" the print job, so that it can "Feed" it to the printer in "Chunks" of data. If you do not have sufficient HDD space or enough RAM then what you describe can happen.. so this is indeed worth a check.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
Tips for a great answer:
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1. Click Start, Devices and Printers
2. Right-click the printer whose job you want to cancel, and select See what's printing from the context menu.
3. The print queue will pop up. Right-click the runaway print job, and then click Cancel from the context menu.
hope this helps
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