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Canon BJC-1000 printer

My printer was working fine until the ink ran out. refilled the ink and now it won't print. It says error to LPT1 problem sending doc to the printer. In the screen where it says capture printer port then type in network path , the box for network path is empty. What is the network path and is this the problem?

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  • ahewitt57 Feb 04, 2008

    The ink was refilled at Office Max. I need to know what to type in for the network path. can some please help?

  • ahewitt57 Feb 12, 2008

    I need to know what to type in for the network path.

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Maybe you dont reffil you cartridges properly,try to install new cartridges

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