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  1. THERE MAY BE THE PROBLEM WITH USB DRIVERS IN UR PC .
  2. TO RECTIFY --- RIGHT CLICK THE MY COMPUTER ICON
  3. CLICK PROPERTIES AND THEN CLICK HARDWARE N GO TO DEVICE MANAGER
  4. UNINSTALL ALL USB PORTS AND THEN SCAN FOR HARD WARE CHANGES
  5. UR PC WILL DETECT UR PRINTER N ASK FOR PRINTER DRIVERS
  6. RELOAD DRIVERS N UR PC WILL COMMNICATE WITH UR PRINTER.
  7. FOR FURTHER ASSISTANCE FEEL FREE TO ASK AND WISH U SUCCESS -BYE

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