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Printer won't print

Printer is on. I ask it to print a form from the Apple MacBook Pro and nothing happens. At the bottom of the screen on the printer it says to change settings but I don't know what this means.  Please help.

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Hi check when you select print that your printer is listed in the space where it says name check this then get back to me ok

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

  • paul proctor Mar 31, 2008

    Have you still got the cd that comes with the printer if you have then re install the software that come with the printer as this will restore the settings to what they was before it stopped working.

    That is unless the lead has become damaged between printer and comp you can check this by removing lead out of back of comp then plug it back in and see if the comp tells you the device has been connected or not if nothing happens then its more than likely the lead thats damaged or the printer itself has failed completely.
    But check all this first then get back to me ok

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