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Posted on Sep 14, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this is not a mechanical error but a software error.
It either doesn't recognise the format or program
as for the driver don't thinkit's the problem the HP can use PCL6
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
That is a document feed or scanner fault. Often times it is simply that molex connector working loose. It is the connector mounted vertically next to the main power cord on the right rear side of the machine. That bottom screw can be dificult to tighten. What I would try first is to shut the machine off, unscrew and disconnect that conntecot totally then firmly slide it in and get both the top and bottom screwss tight. Like I said, the bottom thumb screw can be hard to tighten even with a screw driver because it is a pretty soft rubber the tighteners are made out of.
If that doesnt work. go to the back and disconnect the document feed to scanner cables and reconnect. Other than that, you pretty much have to replace the feeder/scaner assembly since very very few parts are spared for that .
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
First make certain a USB cable is attached to your printer and to your USB. The windows install device will tell you it has located new equipment and ask if you want Windows to install it. If you didn't go through this before, allow Windows to install it. Use the disk that came with the printer if you have it. (Make sure the drivers on the disk will run on Vista. The disk should tell you. Lexmark 7100 series was introduced a ways back).
If you've gone through this, and you know it is installed correctly, with the proper drivers, go to "Control Panel". Choose Device manager, and click open "Ports (Com &LPT).
Choose Communications Port (Com 1). Opening that will give you the Properties page. Click Resources at the top of the page. About halfway down the page will be a small box that says "Use Automatic Settings". Make sure this is clicked. It gives Window permission to find and use the best generic drivers for your printer, among other things.
At the bottom should be another box entitled Conclicting Device List.
It should say in the box "No Conflicts." Click OK to exit that box if all is well. Next, go back to Control Panel again. Look for and choose "Printers". Among other selections, you should see an icon of a printer that says Lexmark 7100 series. That should have a big green checkmark by it in a circle. If it doesn't, click on the icon and a small box will open in the upper left hand corner.
It should say "Lexmark 7100 Series". If it does, click on Printer, then click add as default printer. Then when you close the box you shouls see the icon marked Lexmark 7100 series, with the green checkmark inside a circle.
If you don't see all these things wirite back and we will take the next step.
Posted on May 17, 2009
SOURCE: I can't seem to print envelopes on the xerox workcentre 7345. I fed the envelope into the bypass tray, configured the settings on the workcentre as well as the word doc, but it gives me an error 012-2
There is a lengthy set up process to that. I would recommend going ot Xerox.com, then at the home page, click on Support and drivers. When you get to that page, type in 7345, then click on the support home page, once there type in envelopes and the step by step instructions are there.
You are correct, setting up envelope printing on that machine can cause you to beat your head against a wall. The machine settings and the driver settings MUST be set exact. And it may take 3 or 4 tries, even for a service rep to get it all correct. Trust me on that LOL.
But once set up, it does a nice job. It is just very picky. Personally, I think it is way over designed just to print an envelope.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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