Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
You are having problems due to your switch, you have a timing problem, within that switch. It's NOT syncing, (Usually the frame sync) 100% all the time, and this causes the printer to loose that timing signal, and of course, it cannot recover. It will, often then reset itself, and try to do it all again, only to usually, simply time out once more, this happens especially on long documents.
The fix, use a Router and NOT a switch, or replace the Switch, with another.
I would also advise to obtain the latest drivers too, and install them, again.
First, though, remove the old one completely via, Add/Remove Programs.
Hope this helps explain it all.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
You have one of 2 problems. 1st, You may have installed drivers not fully compatible with Win 7. Check the Samsung web site for any driver updates and do a re-install. (make sure do run an uninstall first). 2nd. The printer error and recycling is a strong indicator of a virus (a worm actually). Run a full system scan and remove any problems found.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
I would look t your network properties as a great starting point.
My first step would be to assign static IP's to each computer and double check the subnet's too along with any workgroup, domain setting to ensure that all are matched in.
When assigning IP's in a small network I tend to use steps of 10 eg.
etc. this allows me to add extra network equipment on specific boxes such as WI-fi and so on.
Also double check every setting on the printer as network printers are not as tolerant with minor errors as many computers are. Quite often a computer on even a different subnet can still operate within a different subgroup if the correct protocols are installed but may still exhibit issues with file transfers etc.
As an additional check find out if it is using the local computers spooling or the printers spooling and try swap that over as it could be as simple as a buffer overflow on the printer
The error itself is not as descriptive as I would like to see so maybe check event logs on the computers to see if they shed any light on the matter
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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