Samsung CLP-510 on DLink router with USB port share.
Two weeks ago it worked fine from every computer in the house.
Now it prints test pages but documents evaporate as if never getting queued.
Same happens if I plug it direct to a computer and try to share it that way.
Personally I think Microsoft broke something in an update to Windows7
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I had a similar issue with my 510. My printer would only print in b&w regardless of my settings in the printer setup. I uninstalled my printer driver and reinstalled a fresh one from disk. This cleared up my issue.
"I have one and have just finished
preliminary testing. I have a CLP-550N and use the network port to
connect the printer to our wired network. Using Bonjour (a.k.a.
Rendezvous) does not work. I can successfully setup the printer, but it
will not print. LPD, however, does work fine. You may need to reinstall
the PPD files from the CD, or download them from there (sic) website." Brad
Scheider reports: "Samsung no longer supports a CLP-500 driver. But
I've found that the CLP-510 Driver works in Tiger and fixes many
problems I had with the CLP-500 driver on Panther. Works great now."