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NOT SURE IF THIS LINK WILL HELP YOU OUT.... Click the "Start" button and then click "Devices and Printers." Right-click the printerand select "See What's Printing" to display the print spooler window. Click "Printer" and select "Use Printer Offline" to remove the check mark. The printer should come online at this time.
Check the status of the printer at Control Panel. Set it to online if it's shown as offline. If this doesn't fix the problem, check whether installing the vista driver available at your printer manufacturer's website helps.
Step 1: a. Click Start, go to Control Panel and select Hardware and Sound. b. Click Printer. c. If the Printer is offline, it shows "Offline" status. If the Printer is online it shows "Ready". d. If the Printer is offline, set it to online. e. Right-click on the printer and select "Use Printer Online". f. The display should change to ready when the printer is set to online.
Step 2: If still you are facing issues, then update the printer driver. This should fix the problem.
For further precise instructions, please let me know the Operating Systems installed on the Computer.
Printers often go off line for no reason. It can be genuinely off line or the pc is just not seeing the printer anymore To put it back on line all you need to do is open the print queue (double click on the printers icon in printers devices/ printer and faxes) go to File and in the drop down list it will say "Use printer Offline or Use printer online. click on it and if the pc is seeing the printer if will change and the printer will then start up and print. If this does not work then check your cable to the printer or your network connection to reestablish the connection.
1. Open Start menu. 2. Click on "Printers and Faxes" 3. Double-click the icon for your printer. 4.
On the menu bar, click "Printer" to open the printer menu. Click on
"Use Printer Offline" to remove the check mark. This will bring your
printer back online.
If this did not help, check the printer itself & make sure it is not set to be offline.
It is a request that please tell ur operating system as well to us so tht we are able to help u in a better way....
if your printer goes offline, then click on start> control panel> (in case you have XP)printers & faxes,(vista) printers> there u will find some printer icons> identify your printer & if it is off line then right clicki on it and select "use printer on line"....if it doesn't come online then go to start>
run> type in "services.msc"> a list will open> find "print spooler"> restart it by right
clicking on it. then go back to the printerv icon & check if it shows 0,ready. if it does
then try print. it will work....please let me know
click START then printer and faxes then then right click your printer icon then click the ofline icon with ticmark above it when you will click the tickmark will go and it will be on line then just refresh it 3-4 times thats it rate the solution as fixya. thank u for using fixya.