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OFFLINE problem - unable to print

Uunable to printer due to mysterious OFFLINE message. What do I need to do to clear permanently and to get it back online? HELP!

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Hi,
if your printers saying Offline, it means that your printer is not connected/switched on or detected by the computer.
Try a hard reset or re-installation of the printer itself.
power on/off ( On the printer )while this error message appears.
Check the cable from Printer To Computer.
Mike @ Compurepair.

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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