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PRINTER DOES NOT PRINT FROM PC. I HAVE NO MEMORY CARD BUT DO NOT PRINT PHOTOS

PRINTER DOES NOT PRINT FROM PC. IT COPIES, ALIGNS, AND PRINT RESULTS. I DO NOT PRINT PHOTOS, BUT NEED TO PRINT TEXT FROM THE PC. HOW CAN I GET IT TO PRINT FROM PC? IT SHOWS PRINT PREVIEW AND THE READY TO PRINT NOTATION, BUT STILL GET A BLANK PAGE. HOW DO I GET IT TO PRINT. ALL CARDTRIGES ARE NEW.

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  • linetutor Mar 05, 2008

    done all checks. will not print till next time P C switched on then it churns out everything in print queue.

  • hedonism Mar 16, 2008

    My printer is the Epson CX9400f, it is not even printing from my PC. I've installed, un installed and re installed done everything I possibly can even exchanged the printer with Epson for a new one and still nothing. Where can I get help????

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2008

    My epson CS6400 printer goes through all the print motions but paper comes out blank. Inks are all new and I preformed head and nozzle cleaning and alignments

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    My printer prints when order comes from prinrer, but does not print when asked by pc

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