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My Panasonic KX-P2123 printing under Windows 98 is continually generating the message "out of paper" when there is plenty of paper in it. I have tried different drivers, installing it as a different kind of printer and disabling the "out of paper" sensor on the printer and nothing seems to work.

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Use clean up utilitiy softwares to clean up temporary files that are no longer in use as they sometimes generate error alerts for errors that do not exist.good luck

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