Every time I print something after the printer is done printing it says that the ink cartridge is stalled and can't print anymore. I have to turn off the printer and turn it back on in order to print anything else. Also sometimes when I'm printing in the middle of printing papers the same messege pops up and when it resumes printing it skips pages.
Every time I print something after the printer is done one page printing it says that the print cartridge is stalled and can't print anymore. I have to turn off the printer and turn it back on in order to print anything else. Also sometimes when I'm printing in the middle of printing papers the same messege pops up and when it resumes printing it skips pages.
Is there someting stuck in the printer like a pencil or a keychain, something small that would allow paper to pass but also trigger a sensor in the printer as the printer can detect that paper is being passed unevenly.
Question: does it just say that the ink cartridge is stalled or does the cartarige really stall?
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If you have a Windows, here's what you do:
Scroll to "Control Panel" and click,
Scroll to "Display" and click,
Click on the "Appearance" tab.
Look for "Fonts" at the bottom of page then click the pull-down arrow, which should be set to "Normal",
Choose (by clicking) a larger font and then click, "Apply" and "Ok"
Your problem has nothing to do with the Operating System (Vista), it has something to do with the brand of your computer. I have similar problem before, I have Vista (Dell), but the time I connected another Vista (Sony Vaio), everything worked correctly.
This is what you need to do:
1. You have to make sure that you are using a standard USB keyboard and mouse.
2. Connect first the keyboard and mouse directly to the Vista computer to see if the USB ports of your computer are working properly.
3. You may power cycle the KVM switch by disconnecting it from the computers (including the keyboard and mouse) and leave it disconnected for 2 minutes.
4. Reconnect everything after two minutes and then reboot the computers.
5. Try using different USB keyboard if problem exist after power cycling the KVM switch.
If you connect the printer to the desktop computer and enable file and printer sharing on that computer. You will then need to go into printers and faxes and share your printer. Then go to the laptop and browse the network so you are looking at the desktop computer. You should see a folder that says printers. Open the printers folder and you should see the printer you just shared. Double click on it to install the shared printer on your laptop.
Now when you print from the laptop, you will print to the shared printer that you just installed (you may have to select it from the printer list). That will send the print job through the network to the desktop and the desktop will send it to the printer (the desktop will need to be turned on for you to be able to print).
If you don't want to have to leave your destop turned on just so you can print, you should look at a print server for your printer. That will connect the printer straight to the network. Then both computers will print to the printer over the network.