Recently I had someone take a look at my pc and set up my all in one printer. After getting my PC back I wanted to scan a document then edit it, My PC said I was missing the OCR file and to run my dfsc again but the boy at the shop said he'd lost my disc. Where can I download this before I go to jail!
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Yes, you may need to download the appropriate drivers for that model printer and they will vary depending on your operating system ( OS). Try this website but you will have to input details about your computer os in order to get the correct drivers...
This is not so much a solution, but I have a lexmark 5400 printer -and I am also having problems with "alignment." I just replaced the cartridges an now I am getting an error message saying: "Alignment problem, remove tape from cartridges, check paper and then press the check-mark button." There does not appear to be anything wrong with the cartridges (there shouldn't be - they're new), but the cartridges will not center when the cover is lifted. So I can no longer print anything, and I can't check the cartridges - help!
Any information anyone can provide would be greatly appreciated. I'd hate to replace the printer, it's still in very good shape.
You may be missing a very small jam. Use a torch and tweezers, check down the back, also open cover, check even where you think paper wouldn't jam. Especially in teeth, rollers. Look for foreign debris as well as paper. Also, turn off, unlplug all cables/usb etc and replug, turn on. Finally, never load more than about 20 fine sheets at a time, reset printer settings to default. As a last resort, try uninstalling and reinstalling the printer.