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Re: Cancel Printer, ML-2010
Your printer has a [Cancel] button that should work with most jobs. However, for big print jobs, you need to go to the small printer icon in the bottom right corner of your Windows screen. Double click on it and the pending jobs will be listed. You can select and delete them from there.
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Try downloading the latest drivers directly form Samsung. The link is below, at the top of the page click Driver, and on the list (right hand side) click the icon for Universal Print Driver. I would save the file to an easy to get to place (i.e. the desktop). After you download it, run it.
Click on Start on the desktop.
Click on Printers and Faxes
Right click on your printer icon
You will get a box showing your printer work.
Click on the Printer
A drop down menu will appear.
Click on Cancel All Printing.
Yes, you can make a self print test from the printer even if the printer is not connected to the computer. This means that the unit is in good working condition. Possibly your printer doesn't communicate with your computer. try this, hit start key>control panel>fax and printers>select your printer>right click to properties>click ports tab>check if the port is matched to the port you are using.also, make sure it is your default printer.
Try purging the 3 pending print jobs then try to print again. Go to Printer and Faxes on XP, then right click on your printer icon then select purge print jobs. Or double-click on the printer icon on your system tray (lower right hand of the screen) then click on the pending print jobs then purge it. Then try to print again.
Assuming the printer can understand DOS coded printouts (which most should be able to), you can do it like this:
Go to Control Panel | Printers | ML 2010 and share the printer.
Then go to a command prompt Start | Run | type cmd
Assuming that you share it with the share name "MYPRINTER" and the computer is called "MYCOMPUTER", then type
NET USE LPT2: \\MYCOMPUTER\MYPRINTER /PERSISTENT:YES
at a command prompt. Now you can print to LPT2: and the output will go to the USB-connected printer.
To find your computer name, right click on the My Computer icon (either on your desktop or the start menu) and choose properties. The window that opens will have a Computer Name tab.