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Cannot connect The printer is connected on an USB port on Windows XP and it cannot print. It reports a "Connection Problem" and windows reports a device malfunction. USB device not recognized. I have the correct drivers and the cables are connected just fine. It was printing till 3 days ago, now it wont. The only cable i got is the USB one and the port is set to USB. please help if u can

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  • Hugster62 Apr 05, 2008

    Hi, Mine is connected to a Mac via USB and i have installed the printer driver again but when i print to the printer i just get a connection error, tried from two different macs and same thing. Was working yesterday, unplugged it, plugged it back in today and hey presto... nothing happens??!!

    Help please!!!!!!

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Have your tried removing the driver and reinstalling? sounds like a corruption to me.
been struck by lightening / power surge?
anything funky in the computer's behaviour three days ago, but not related to priner?

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