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You probably did not set it up as a default printer. Heres what you do..
This is assuming you have Windows XP:
1. Click 'Start" and go to Control Panel and select 'Printers and other Hardware', or something like that based on your OS.
2. Click on 'Printers and Faxes', and select 'Add a Printer'.
3. That will open up a wizard. Click next and select the first option , which is 'Local Printer attached to this Computer'.
4. Now the wizard will search for any attached printers. Just follow the rest of the instructions and it should work.
Make sure that you have installed the printer driver and software first.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
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