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Printer settings for port/path

For some reason I keep losing cababilities to print. APOLLO PROGRAM
Its set for LPT1 as the port but I cannot remember the path Help please

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1.Click on STart - >Control Panel ->Printers and faxes.
2.In the installed printer list if u see the HP printer ICON, check whether u see a small Check near the printer.
3.If there is no check mark on HP printer, right clcik the printer and click "set as Default printer".
4.Disconnect and reconnect the USB.
5.Restart the PC

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Follow the instructions below based on the operating system installed on your computer.

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Click on the Windows icon => Control Panel => Printers or under Hardware and Sound click Printer.

Right mouse click the Brother printer. Select Run as administrator and left click Open. The print queue will open. If print jobs are listed in the printer queue, click Printer (at the top of the window) and click Cancel All Documents to delete the pending print jobs. Click Yes to confirm deleting the print jobs.

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1. For Windows XP Professional, click on Start => Printers and Faxes.


For Windows XP Home Edition, click on Start => Control Panel =>Printers and other hardware => Printer and Faxes.


For Windows 2000, click Start => Settings => Printers.


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