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My dellv305w receives the message to print and very slowly the process windows moves but it never gets to 100% nor does my job print. I tried unplugging the printer to no avail. Please help!

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Hi,
OK, so when you try to print, it gives a message that printing is is process, it indicates the percentage, but does not get to 100%, hence does not print, right ?
This means that the software (also known as driver) for your printer IS well installed, the issue is with certain operating system issue, due to which the printing remains in progress, but it does not complete. You can resolve this by simply running Microsoft Fix It for printing problems, from this link :-
http://support.microsoft.com/gp/printing_problems
On that page, on the upper right, you will see "Run Now" from where you can run this auto-fix utility and after that reboot your computer. It is simple, but you may read the instructions on that page, before you run this auto-fix tool.
This has always worked for me, whenever printing progresses, but stops before it reaches to 100%.
Try it and I hope the issue is resolved.

Posted on Sep 19, 2010

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