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Re: I am unable to set MX90 as a printer. It is not shown...
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How do I get computer to recognize printer?
You have a problem. Your computer does not recognize the printer. Moreover, you cannot reinstall the printer driver or software because you have misplaced the CD. Well, don't worry. The steps given below will help you out.
STEP 1: Checking the Cable and Power Supply
The simplest step comes first. Just check whether the printer cable is connected to the computer securely. Moreover, also check whether the printer power cord has been plugged in properly.
STEP 2: Uninstall Old Printer Software, If any
If you have had an older printer, then make sure that printer drivers and software are uninstalled from the computer. If you don't, the computer might not recognize the new printer. This problem is common in inkjet printers.
STEP 3: The Paper Size
A simple matter like the incorrect selection of paper might also lead to this problem. If the printer paper size does not match the size set in the printer settings, than the computer might not recognize the printer.
STEP 4: Restart
There are times when all it requires is to restart the computer. This is in case where you have connected the printer after loading the driver. If this is the case, then just restart your computer.
STEP 5: No Pass through Device
This is actually an extension of your first step. Make sure that the printer cable has a direct connection to the computer. No pass through devices must be used for this purpose.
This Article is written by John C Arkin.
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Hi, What printer are you using? Do you have a user manual for it?
I use an HP Photosmart Pro B8330 printer which I have set up to print in a number of qualities and formats. They appear as four separate HP printers on my computer in addition to the other printers shown there in the drop down menu (interestingly the Bolt PDF printer shown is a most useful free down loadable one from http://www.nchsoftware.com/pdfprinter/ it allows me to print documents and pictures into PDF format).
When I select a picture on my desk top by right clicking it, then select print, I get a window as shown in the attached pictures with a drop down menu which allows me to select the printer I wish to use. Having selected the printer with the format I wish to use I am given quite a number of printing options from full page to 35 pictures per sheet. Most printers come with appropriate software which should give you similar options.
go to start -> devices and printer -> select the printer -> right click on it -> select printer properties -> choose page set up -> if you see "page set up option on it" click on it and choose the paper size legal or anything that you want
and if you dont see page setup option where I have shown, do search for such option in printer properties
another option is that....
when you give print from word,excel anythig you get windows to select printer, choose the printer go to properties and all those same steps,
in word,excel or other application there is page setup option in file menu (in office 2007 and 10) if is on "page layout" option.
If a gap is present decrease the value by going to Menu, Calibration, Setting and pressing the Down Arrow to decrease the percentage shown to match what setting is best on the test pattern. Press Enter to save the value. If the printer does not show multiple test patterns perform the Feed Calibration, Test Print again to check the results. If an overlap is present increase the value by going to Menu, Calibration, Setting and pressing the Up Arrow to increase the percentage shown to match what setting is best on the test pattern. Press Enter to save the value. If the printer does not show multiple test patterns perform the Feed Calibration, Test Print again to check the results. Tech Tip: The Feed Calibration is a very fine adjustment meaning that an incremental adjustment of .05% or 10% is very small. Some media will require an adjustment in much larger steps. Note: The Feed Calibration setting on the printer will be overridden by Versaworks as a default. This can lead to a very confusing scenario where the Feed Calibration setting doesn't appear to make any adjustment. Please see the next page for information on setting the Feed Calibration in Versaworks.
Once the proper Feed Calibration has been established on the printer it is important to make sure this setting is correct in Versaworks. Once Versaworks is open and a job has been loaded, perform the following steps: A. Double click on the print job to bring up the Job Settings window and set up your media size, copies and other relevant items under Layout. B. Select the Quality tab and Select the proper Media Type for the job. This step is critical because the Feed Calibration is tied to the type of media being used. When the Media Type is changed the Feed Calibration setting will change to the setting which is default for the Media Type. C. Next select the Printer Controls tab on the left hand side and under Feed Calibration Controls choose Use Printer Setting. D. Select OK to save the settings. Tech Tip: In step C you can also select Use Custom Settings and enter in a value for the Feed Calibration. This allows for making corrections to the Feed Calibration without changing the settings manually on the printer. If you choose Use Default Media Settings or Use Custom Settings the value that has been set on the printer will always be overridden. Tech Tip: In addition to having multiple test patterns which make for a quick and easy selection to be made the RS, XJ & AJ printer models allow adjustment of the Feed Calibration mid-print by taking the following steps: A. Press the Menu key B. Scroll to Calibration, Setting and pressing the Down Arrow to decrease the percentage shown or Press the Up Arrow to increase the value. C. Press Enter to save the change in value.
To activate BT, try the following:
1 Press Menu, press Connectivity, and then press Bluetooth.
2 (Optional:) Enter a custom name for your phone, and then press OK.
3 Set Bluetooth to On.
4 Set My phone's visibility to Shown to all.
5 Press Exit to return to the previous screen.
When sending, choose a file you'd like to send, click options, and then send via bluetooth.
please i have a roland pnc - 2300 to engrave pices of gold the program software i use is called ( ats graphic suite version 1.02) when i want to start engrave i click file engrave and give the order but the printer didn't begin the engrave there was inside the folder printers a file called cut script i didn't find it and the roland didn't start engrave can you help me my email is email@example.com RegardsSaleem Tahir