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Is it listed under control panel? under printers and fAxes and does it say ready? if so, uninstall and reinstall the driver, make sure to choose the right driver because on the support.dell.com website, there are drivers that are for xp or for vista.

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My tally 4347 i08 powers on, but stays in the initialization loop. it displays hdw trap, and restarts initialization. how can we stop this


If the 4347-i08 is connected to a computer system when it displays the HDW TRAP error when powered on I would recommend disconnecting the printer from the computer system, then power the printer ON as a free standing printer. If the HDW Error is seen when you power the printer on when it is not connected to a computer system or print server, this indicates there may be a fault with the printer. I believe the "HDW TRAP" error is displayed due to an unhandled error in the printers firmware. There may be a number of causes for this error, if this error is seen when the printer is free standing and not connected to any computer system, It is worth checking the following; Check the print head is correctly seated in the printer and is free to move. Check the paper path to ensure there are no obstructions to paper motion. Check all electrical connections. Check for any thing which may cause a short circuit within the printer, ie loose wires, foreign bodies etc. Check the main logic board connects to the interconnect board and ther are no bent pins etc. If you continue to see the error when the printer is not connected to the computer system, it is likely the printer is relatively new as the model is relatively new therefore should be covered under a warranty in most classes, it may be best to contact your reseller or Dascom, the manufacturer directly. If the printer powers on ok free standing then this indicates there may be a connectivity or data format issue. Try printing a menu print on the printer to see if it is capable of printing. If the printer is connected via the parallel interface either directly to a terminal or to an external print server like a JetDirect, the problem may be caused by bi-directional communication disrupting the printer in an unexpected way. You can disable Bi-Dirctional communication, I believe this will be called Cx-Bid within the extended menu on the 4347. To change this setting; Power the printer on holding down the ONLINE button. When the printer finishes initialising release the ONLINE button Press the button order NEXT on the display (button 4) repeatedly until you see CX-BID on the top line of the display. Press the button under CX-BID to select the option Using button 2 or 3 change this setting to OFF Press button 1 under SET to save the setting. Cycle the power on the printer. On any external print server you may also need to set the parrallel interface to a Uni-Directional type. If the problem is only seen when print jobs are received from the system, check; The driver or device type selected on th host system Ensure the emulation selected on the printer matches the host system, and vice versa. Try printing a plane text file to the printer to see if this will print this will identify if a particular job is causing a disruption. If the printer is replacing a pre existing printer, ensure the menu setting on the 4347 are set up in the same way as the old printer. If the problems continue perhaps if you advise how the printer is connected and to what sort of system and when the error is seen I may be able to offer some additional suggestions. In the meantime I hope this is of some help.

Dec 14, 2011 | Tally Office Equipment & Supplies

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Running windows 7 printer wont print anything but installed ok


Is this a brand new computer or did you upgrade to Windows 7? If you did an upgrade, you needed to uninstall the old drivers (with the printer disconnected from the computer). Then you could install Windows 7 and finally install the printer.

You can try unplugging the USB cable, uninstalling the printer and then reinstalling it.

What software are you using to create the file that you want to print? With Microsoft Office, I have seen reports that changing the font on a document can cure a failure to print the document with Word.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Dec 29, 2009 | Lexmark P4350 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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The printer was working fine before,but you just cant print off the laptop any more.iv tyred to reinstall the dics but it come up failed?


Hello.

Give this a try ...

In Printers and Faxes, remove your printer icon.
Disconnect your printer cable to the computer.
Restart your computer.
Reconnect your printer cable to the computer.
Printer should be seen by computer.
Install printer driver (software).

If the printer is not seen by the computer, your printer cable is probably faulty and needs to be replaced.

Hope that helps.

Dec 07, 2009 | Lexmark P6350 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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The printer is on. The computer recognizes what I


did you go to printer port and enable printing
as you don't this may happen even to the computer skilled persons

Sep 27, 2009 | Brother HL-2040 Laser Printer

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Printer will not print


it mean it is not being seen by the computer, try and reinstall it using the drver cd, if this did not work yet check the cable. good luck

Jul 14, 2009 | HP LaserJet 2100 Printer

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Printer will not print


Wrong driver?


I've seen Brother printers that won't print with a replacement driver of another Brother printer
(a common PCL5e driver always works -> HP Laserjet 4L)

Apr 11, 2009 | Brother HL-6050DN Laser Printer

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Printer queue


I have seen things similar to what you describe. Most likely it is due to a PC setting that retains jobs in the queue. Conceivably, if you have a hard drive in the printer, it is a setting that may be corrected by logging in to the printer's IP address. I have not ever seen it caused by the printer, alone.

Mar 18, 2009 | Kyocera FS-C5030N Led Printer

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Printer not printing from computer, print comes out small and illegible looks like some kind odf jabva scrkipt


I've seen this once before. I corrected the problem by deleting all the installed printers and reinstalling the printer with the most recent drivers from the MFG's website.

May 11, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Missing characters, missing print barcode lines


Hi, It's been a while since I worked on these, so I'll go out on a limb (as far as my rating goes) and say that the few times I've seen that happen usually results from a bad network card. Now you may not be using a network card, so if your not then I'm not really sure what would cause that to happen on the printer side. The environments that I've seen that happen in are with an AS400 and the network card just gave out. You most likely tried this, but you might want to make sure that the computer isn't using one driver for both printers. Good luck.

Aug 28, 2007 | IBM 4039 Model 16L Laser Printer

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Printer problem


check everything like your paper your cartridges and your cables and make sure it is on.

Apr 03, 2007 | Lexmark All-in-One Photo Printer

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