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Printer I have the same problem you had with your printer how it says 1 document pending and error processing command, did you fix it and if so can you please help.

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FS1920 says "processing"


Hi
It would appear that there is a problem during translation from the document to the printer. The following procedure may help:-
Try turning off the printer, on the computer clear the pending jobs for the printer until none are left. Turn off the computer and wait for 30 seconds. Turn on the computer and wait until it is fully booted. Again check the printer queue is empty. If it is not clear it by deleting the pending documents again and then reboot again. Repeat if and as necessary until the printer queue is and remains empty. Restart the printer and again wait until it is fully booted. Hopefully this will have cleared the error and you can start printing again. Start with something small and simple so that you are not putting a significant processing load on either machine.
I give below a link from which the manuals for this machine may be downloaded. If the above procedure doesn't work there may be something in the manuals that will.
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1. check the cable between computer and printer.
2. check the printer queue ( see a printer icon on the right bottom of the screen near time). if it is there double click and check whether any document is pending in the queue. if so cancel all pending job and restart the computer and try printing again.

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The printer keeps printing the same page then come up withcheck paper size then flashes change paper size, I have turned everything off and turned it back on again and it just prints the same page and...


Hi..

I think your there is a pending command to print, even if you have turned your printer on and off, it will print already because the pending printed papers in your computer is automatically printed, you need to check the printer status in your computer. just click start then all programs, then click printers and fax, now you can see now the printer icon just double click that, if you can see a pending printed, just right click and cancel, if you can not see the pending you printed document, you need to restart your computer so that all the pending command will turn out.

Good luck

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PCmania

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Having problems deleting pending documents


Assuming you have a modern windows pc, You will need to manually stop the print service. Do this by running the command "net stop spooler" from the "run" line. Then go to "C:\WINDOWS\System32\spool\PRINTERS" and delete all the files from there. After these files are gone, start the spooler service again by running "net start spooler". You should be all set after that.

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Document goes to the print queue, then errors


To start with You check the data cable is properly connected to your printer than you open the printer dialogue box and remove the documents pending in the queue and retstart the computer and before giving the print command select the printer that you are going to use(if more printers are connected to the computer).if all this does not work i suggest you to reinstall the printer after uninstalling it

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2 document pending for print.i coud not print now.


hmm simply just click printer icon and cancel all the docs for printing then again give the print command and your papers will print

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Document pending will not print


Well this could be a number of issues. First of all try to make sure the printer is on, (yes I know very stupid request but I've seen it happen thousands of times). Then make sure the printer is connected to the PC, either via USB or LPT port or whatever the case maybe. Thirdly, you want to make sure that the printer is installed on the PC. If you goto START/PRINTERS & FAXES, and see if there are any other documents that are stuck or pending, try to delete them out or delete the printer and reinstall it. Then try to print again.

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