I have my mx310 printer plugged into my computer in the basement. I use my laptop upstairs and I would like to print from it. I ran the install disk on the laptop and it doesn't work. Please help, my friend said I need a wirelss network but I think I have that if I can use laptop upstairs.
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Duplex printing is set in the print dialgue box.
You may have set a profile where duplex printing is automatic and the computer is defaulting to that setting.
Make sure it says "Standard" in the print dialogue box.
If you go to Start, Printers and Faxes, if it says "Offline", right-click the printer and choose "Use Printer Online." If it says Ready, you should be good to go.
If however there is a problem yet, double-click the Printer there and see if any jobs are in the print queue. You can remove them all buy Right-Clicking and choosing "Cancel All Documents" then try printing a test page. Right-click the printer, go to properties and click "Print Test Page."
If you still have problems, follow up on your question.
not possible... kodak all in one esp-7 and esp-9 support wireless printing. what u can do is, u can connect ur printer and computer through usb cable and then give a print command from ur computer. be it internet or any document on ur computer. kodak printer will give u high-quality prints,but ur printer does not support wireless printing.
Here's what worked for me: I had everything set with my wireless network which included an Airport Extreme base station and two Airport Express units to extend range. I still couldn't plug and play with my printer.
1. You have to plug your printer into the Airport Express, turn it on, then select a document to print from your computer.
2. Select print from the pulldown menu (or select 'command P' on the keyboard).
3. When the print dialog window appears, go to the "Printer:" selection bar near the top of the window and select "print & fax preferences..."
4. This opens a new window, "print & fax." Near the bottom left of this window just below an icon list of your printers are a "+" button and a "-" button right next to each other.
5. Click "+". Yet another window opens which will reveal a list with your printer on it.
6. If you don't see your printer, click the "default" icon in the top left hand corner of the new window.
7. Select your printer, then click "add" on the bottom right hand corner of the window. The window will close automatically and return you to the "print & fax" window.
8. You should now see your printer in the list. You may say, "My printer was already in the list," but that's not good enough. The process you just went through enabled the computer to detect it on your network. You may want to use the "-" button to remove any previously listed printers from the list in the "print & fax" window.
9. Now you should be able to close the "print & fax" window and get some wireless printing done.
Could have a corrupt driver. Disconnect
the printer or at least be sure it is turned off. I'd do
both and when the CD software program asks you to connect the printer
to the USB port, do so and it should again work properly.
Hope this helps. Bud
1. Click on START, CONTROL PANEL, PRINTERS AND FAXES (or PRINTERS AND OTHER HARDWARE). 2. Right click your printer, and select PROPERTIES. (If your printer is not listed, click on VIEW INSTALLED PRINTERS first). 3. Select the ADVANCED tab. 4. Select PRINT DIRECTLY TO THE PRINTER. 5. Click on APPLY (if applicable), then OK. 6. Restart your computer. 7. Try printing now.