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Re: uneeded system images
Ok goto ... Start...control panel... system...Startup and recovery click settings... click Edit to edit the startup file and make sure there is only 1 of these lines... You have 2 of them... So delete 1...
[operating systems] multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect
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C-2557 Abnormally low toner density detected black TCR sensor.The TC ratio in the developing machine wich is determined by toner replenishing amount control mechanism is 5% or less for a given number of times consecutively. Relevant electrical parts:imaging unit K,toner supply motor C/K ,mechanical control board or MFP control board. Perform image troubleshooting procedure if image density is low. Clean the TCR sensor window on the underside of the imaging unit if dirty. Check the toner supply motor operation. Remove and reinstall imaging unit K. or change the imaging unit. Last solution turn ON the copier open the front door ,enter in service mode,select sistem1 or 2 ,select IuU Unit,select Unit K ,select new release press start and after job is completed close the front door,turn OFF the power,wait 2 minutes and turn ON.
Uninstall your existing printer driver. On your computer, go to Start menu > Programs > Lexmark 1300 Series folder > Tools > Uninstall. After the uninstall process, reboot your pc when prompted.
When your pc turns on, check if your Windows 7 is running on 32-bit or 64-bit operating system. On your computer, go to Start menu > right-click on Computer > click on Properties. Take note of the System Type.
Use the link below to download and re-install the corresponding printer driver for your operating system:
Hi Bill, Have you tried the printers on another PC?Please do.
Whats the Operating System on your PC?Do the printer drivers correspond with that Operating System?If not,download the corresponding drivers from this dell support site. This you select under compatibility.
After uninstalling the printer,disconnect fully and unplug from power.Reboot your PC before installing the printer again.
I am quite sure the computer's operating system is not detecting the printer when you try to plug it. I suggest you try to repair the operating system and if still the same, you need to install fresh operating system your operating system.
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It's long but this should get your problem resolved and I would appreciate a Four thumbs up if it helps you ,If u have connected your printer only through the USB then leave out the last step.
Fatal Error 2203 - Windows XP Windows Vista. Giving permissions to C:\Program files folder may sometimes be difficult but here is the resolution. Perform L3 uninstallation. Delete digital imaging folder from C:\program files\hp folder. Delete digital imaging folder from registry. Deleting registry key below: Registry Path - HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Hewlett-Packard\Digital Imaging
On completing the above steps Note: * Do not Restart the computer. Click Start and type Run command in start search bar. Right click command prompt and Run as Administrator Type the following command Net user administrator /active:yes The above command will enable hidden account in Vista Operating system. Once enabled, Restart the computer. Once Restarted, "New user account will show up on logon screen called "Admin" and no password required." Once logged in to Admin account Reinstall the software. After successful software installation, Please use the below command to disable hidden account feature Click Start and type Run command in start search bar. Right click command prompt and Run as Administrator Type the following command
Net user administrator /active:no
1.uninstall the complete HP software, run windows clean up utility 2.under msconfig, disable MSconfig's sevices(non microsoft)
In Lexmark support page: http://support.lexmark.com/index?page=content&segment=SUPPORT&locale=es&userlocale=ES_MX&id=HO681&productCode=LEXMARK_X4550&actp=TOP_DOCS (this is in spanish) I found the solution.
Basically, I had to turn off some services that were interfering with the ones of Lexmark Imaging Studio. I didn't turn off all services, just two of them: bonjour for windows (a service installed with Itunes, wich is not too important) and a service for a PDF to WORD converter program, called Solid Documents, wich I uninstalled completely). After doing so, LIS worked just fine.
How to force delete print jobs
Fortunately, there is a way to delete the hung print job without
having to save all your work, close all your applications, and restart
your computer. Here's how (note that this is intended for Windows XP
systems, but a similar approach works on other systems - if this
doesn't work for you reply below with your Operating System and
Browse to Start -> Run... and type in "NET STOP SPOOLER" (this will stop the print spooler service)
Browse to your windows\system32\spool\PRINTERS\ folder
You should see files there ending in .SPL and .SHD created around the time you tried to print - delete these files.
Browse to Start -> Run... and type in "NET START SPOOLER" (this will restart the print spooler service)
Double click the printer icon in the lower-right corner of your
taskbar to examine your print job queue and browse to View ->
Voila :) You should see that annoying hung print job finally
disappear completely and you should now be able to resume printing
without having to restart your computer.
I am using the Vista (Don't have any choice in the matter) OS. I finally realized I may not be able to find any solution to my inability to delete documents and pictures from the MP160 Navigator software so I tried clicking , 'Pictures,' located on the upper far right of the Start menu on my Vista start up screen. Then under, 'Folder,' on the far left of the 'pictures' screen I scrolled and found, 'pictures,' again cliked it and found 'MP Navigator,' under that category. I clicked MP Navigator and was given a long list of the photos and documents already on my MP Navigator software. When you click on of the image titles it will display the image or document. Then, while viewing the image or document, click the file menu, choose, 'delete,' and one by one you can delete the image or document if you want to. (James A. Baker-Opelika, Alabama)
Does this help? You obviously have to insert the media type into the media slot on the far right.(omoademola)
Using the top control panel Printing tasks Scanning/Copying/Faxing tasks Troubleshooting
The top control panel lets you print an image from a photo card, scan a document or image, and copy a document or image with the press of a button.
1 Power : Turns the All-In-One on or off.
2 Copy: light Illuminates when Copy Mode is selected.
3 Mode: Changes the copy, scan, or photo card mode.
4 Scan: light Illuminates when Scan Mode is selected.
5 Photo Card: light Illuminates when Photo Card Mode is selected.
6 Rotate: Rotates the image 90 degrees.
7 LCD Panel: Number of Copies- this changes the copy count.
Note: This feature is not active in Scan Mode.
8 Display: Shows copy, scan, and photo card selections.
9 Resize: Enlarges or reduces the size of the image.
10 Page Preview: Shows a preview of the output.
11 Select: Secures an option.
12 Menu: Provides options for image.
13 Arrow : Scrolls left, right, up, or down.
14 Stop/Clear: Cancels a print job or clears a selection.
15 Color Start: Initiates color copy, scan, or photo card output.
16 Black Start: Initiates black copy, scan, or photo card output.