The printer is writing to an LPT port when you probably have it installed USB. Go into your control panel, then "printers" and then you will have a list of installed printers. Right click on the one with the checkmark if it's your printer (not like the XPS Doc Writer) and go to the PORTS tab. If your printer is supposed to be USB, get the "Virtual Port for USB" selected and make sure all the documents are deleted from the queue and have at it"
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Error 9000 is a USB overcurrent error. Unplug the power cord, unplug the USB cable, and plug in the power cord. Leave the USB cable unplugged. Turn on the printer. If it still has the error, it needs a new logic board. Price of board exceeds cost of new machine. If the unit comes ready, replace your USB cable.
First, please make sure there is no error message displayed on the LCD screen of the printer Now we will check the status of your printer in the printers menu in the control panel. The printer’s status should be set to “ready” If the printer is “paused” simply clear the print queue, right click on the printer and select “resume printing”. If the printer says “offline”, follow these steps.
Clear the printer queue
Shut down the computer
Unplug the USB cable from your computer and your printer
Unplug the power cable from the printer and wait 15 seconds
Plug the USB cable back into the printer and the computer.
Plug the printer’s power cable back in.
Turn your computer back on.
Your printer status should be back to ready now and you are able to print. Thank you,
please check the printer statues ..after switch on the printer its comes to the ready condition ( ready is on ) .. second thing please check the printer driver in control panel ( printer and faxes ) it should be ready .... one connect the printer to the pc and check it detecting or what if its detecting please reinstall the printer driver and check .......... if its not detecting its may have problem with the printer connector or main board ............. please reinstall the printer driver and try ....... if the printer is working means it will help you .....if you are getting any error while giving please post the error .......
unplug your usb or any cord that links to your printer...
then press and hold the power button of your printer (it should force your printer to shutdown)
then plug-in your usb cord (connector/cable) back to your computer then turn in you printer again... wait for your computer to recognize it
(note the green light blinking is an indication that the printer is busy) therefore you should wait for it to be recognize (note: a sound maybe heard once your computer recognize it, some may appear as pop-up)
it should be ok now make sure you still have ink in your cartridge
If the port had been changed to LPT1 the printer will not work.
LPT1 is the large parallel port, while you are using USB on this printer.
the red light came on probably because of a jam , or because of one of the documents in the printer cue.
The easiest thing to do is
Unplug printer usb. Go to control panel>installed printer. Delete all the instances of this printer from there and chose to delete drivers if asked. Reistall the printer using the printer disk, plug in printer data cable only when asked by setup wizard.
If you have a different USB cable, also use it, just in case.
If that does not fix the problem , then there is an internal fault in the printer.
This sounds like more of a communications problem than it does a "time out" problem. I am assuming that the printer is connected to the computer via a parallel cable. If that is the case, try unplugging the cable at both ends, the reattaching it. If that does not change anything, try replacing the cable.
If that does not solve the problem, try replacing the parallel cable with a USB cable and then follow the directions below.
If by some outside chance you have the printer connected to the computer via USB cable you can do one of two things. Replace the USB cable with a parallel cable or change the printer's port settings to use the USB cable. - If you do have the printer connected via USB cable you might be able to rerun the installation software that came with the printer and it may automatically pick up on the USB set up. If not, go to Contro Panel\Printers and Faxes\ - Right click on your printer and open properties. Under properties, click on the Ports tab. Since the error message stated "error writing to LPT1, check to insure that the LPT1 block is checked. If it is, and you are using a USB cable, scroll down until you see two blocks - "USB001 Virtual printer port for USB" and "DOT4_001". Check the box beside "DOT4_001" then click on Apply and close the window. The try printing again.
Try another USB port. It may need a USB 2.0 instead of a USB 1.1 port. Most machines have both but they are not marked. Make sure that you
- unplug the USB to the computer
- turn off the computer
- turn the computer back on
- THEN insert the USB from the printer into the computer and wait about 15 seconds.
- you should see "found hardware xxxx" and "installing device driver"
If not then you have another problem because the drivers are not installing correctly.