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Check all computer connections and cords. Is the powerstrip for surge protector light indicator bar (usually inside the off/on switch itself) on? All it takes is a pet to walk over it or a foot to bump a cord and break the power connection. Mine do it all the time. Check the power on/off button on the printer to see if it accidently got powered down.
The USB plug will need to be removed from the computer, if luck is with you the computer will work, if no part is available, use a none powered USB hub on a spare port if available to run your applications.
This should be pretty easy to fix. I have seen this many times before. Here's what to do:
Go into device manager and expand 'universal serial bus controllers'.
Start at the very bottom, and start deleting the usb root hubs one by one. You will lose your touchpad control at some point, as the touchpad is actually a usb device. One of thwo things will happen.
1. The usb hubs will automatically be re-detected and re-installed. 2. You will just lose touchpad control after deleting one of the root hubs. If this happens, then shut down using the power button, and restart. Th usb hubs will be reinstalled once you log back into windows. Please let me know if this doesn't fix it.
1 unplug Dazzle from USB. turn off pc, restart with out dazzle plugged in. shut down PC, restart then plug dazzle in after PC has restarted fully. if that don't work then go to step 2. ( sometimes using a different USB port works too)
2. uninstall it and reinstall it should work fine. i had the same problem and had to many things in the USB ports at the same time.
Ok, try this in the steps ordered 1 remove the receiver from the USB port 2 remove the battery from the mouse 3 turn on the pc 4 after everything is loaded on the pc, plug the mouse receiver into the USB port 5 put the battery back in to the mouse and let it "find" the receiver. If these steps don't work, try doing the steps and use a different USB port. If that doesn't work try a different battery in the mouse. If none of this works and the receiver hasn't been bent (happens allot in laptops), then it sounds like your mouse took a dump.
You may have already tried one or more of these things, but in case you haven't...
Plug the drive into other USB ports on the computer and see if it shuts down. If not, you have a bad USB port, so just don't use it.
If it shuts down, continue to second test.
The second thing would be to eliminate the disk drive as a problem. Try plugging it in to another available computer and see if you get the same problem. If it's okay, it would be a safe assmption to eliminate the drive as being responsible.
Next, eliminate any USB hubs you may have plugged in. Plug the drive directly into the USB port on the computer and see what happens. If it works without problem, the hub is most likely the problem. If you still have the problem, follow next.
Next, I would try using one or more other USB peripherals and plug them in and try using them. If that causes the same issue, you probably have a power supply issue (even if everything is powered fine) as one of the power leads may not be putting out the required voltage. Last possibility could be a problem with your motherboard.
I assume you're using a USB connection. What you fail to mention is whether you're connecting the printer directly to the PC or through a USB hub. If the latter is the case, because we now have so many USB devices, it is necessary that this hub be powered by its own power supply.
It's very common for these hubs not to work unplugged when devices draw a lot of current which they cannot generate from a simple connection to your PC.
Other than this possibility, I'm also stumped.
Try looking in your user's manual for a built in printer TEST function, usually pressing down some button while you turn power on to the printer. If there's anything wrong with the printer, these diagnostics will tell you what it is.
If all is well, try connecting the printer to a different USB port on your PC. Try testing each USB port with a different device, like a USB pen, to determine that it is not the port.
I know this is late, but this happens frequently. If anyone else has the same problem try unplugging the TV for 60 seconds. Plug it back in and then hold the power button down for 30 seconds.
That will reset the TV.
You should see the Westinghouse logo come up and the HDMI should work. This has happened twice with my TV in 1 year.
Don't worry about the toner -it's gonna be more costly to replace your PC if you keep using this printer. i don't know the cause , but obviously if it has happened on multiple computers, there is some sort of short or something going on. Besides, a new printer these days (get your self an HP) is only about the price of a toner cartridge anyway - $100 +/-
Most likely a motherboard problem, though you can try and re-do windows, best bet on getting it all to work is Turn off CPU, Unplug Power cable, And all usb devices, let it sit for about 20mins. Plug it all back in. Turn on the CPU! Though this might really get on your nerves having to do this multiple times, id get a new motherboard.