I have a two minute delay between prints. How do I make my Lexmark P4350 print continuously? There is no help for this on the website.
I also have a problem with my printer showing empty cartridges when they are full.
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Make sure that the printer driver is properly installed. Please visit the Lexmark website to download and install the Lexmark P4350 Printer Driver on your computer. Select your operating system > click on "FILTER" > click on the driver under Recommended Downloads > download and execute the file. After the install process is complete, try to print again to verify that the problem is fixed.
Since you did not specify the operating system of your computer, I assumed that you are using Windows.
Slow printing can happen for a lot of reasons, please try to use the Host-Based or Post Script print driver (not universal). You may download this from support.lexmark.com For further assistance, please contact Lexmark Technical Support.
The error indicates an error in communication either between cartridges or the cartridges and the printer. Here's an article in the Lexmark website on 1203 Error Message on the Lexmark P4350 / P4330 Photo All-In-One. Just click on this link: http://bit.ly/9sK9hE. This should guide you on what to do.
First go to control panel and select "printers and faxes" when that opens up, make sure that your printer is checked off as the default printer. If it is not, then right click on your printer in that box and a menu will come up. From that menu, select "set as default". Try it now. If it was already set up as the default printer, then you need to update your drivers for that printer. Go to the manufacturer's web site and you should find the right drivers for your printer and operating system.
Power the printer on then unplug the power lead. PLug the power kead back in while pressing OK and Cancel. Hold the buttons down until the printer turns off. Unplug the power lead for 30 seconds. Plug the lead back in and run through the set up process and try again
This should clear your problem
in your settings, you most likely need to turn off the delay print setting.
You can set printers to hold everything untill a specific time of day to print.
On that particular machine, I am not 100 pecent sure where that setting is. But you should have a menu button to scroll to setting and search for delay print.
You may be able to access it from your computer on printers properties.