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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you firmware is right one for that printer because in most of cases it happens due to wrong firmware and bad ADF kits. so check your ADF kids and if you find them fine the install updated firmware on in.
And put job seperator option always as disabled
once you done with these all then turn your printer off and turn it back on.
post back if any thing changes and rate all answers.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
It sounds like you have tried all the right things and are on the right track.
(You must be logged on as an administrator or a member of the Administrators group in order to complete this procedure. If your computer is connected to a network, network policy settings might also prevent you from completing this procedure)
here are a couple of simple suggestions to try for a quick fix
Rollback or update your driver
Click on Start, open Printers and Faxes then push the F1 key on your key board.
This will open the Help and Support Center.
Now type in drivers in the search bar, this should bring up most of the information you need to update your printer drivers.
Not getting anywhere...
Try this... Unplug the printer and any other additional device connected to your PC.
Check that you have the original installation CD for the printer, then
Uninstall all the printer software
Restart your PC and DO NOT plug the printer back in yet.
Install the printers software from the CD.
It should get to a stage in the installation and ask you to plug the printer in, do this now. after that just follow the instructions on the screen and you should be up and printing again.
You may need to restart your computer after installation is complete, its OK to leave the CD in the player (unless you are instructed to remove it) and leave the printer plugged in at this stage.
There are a lot of variables, other options and other ways of doing this, so if you have the patience keep reading up on it and trying different things.
Posted on Feb 07, 2014
Testimonial: "Thank you for your answer. I tried your solution, but with little success The printer driver was already up to date, however I uninstalled and reinstalled it, sadly with no success. After that, I unplugged the printer, uninstalled the Driver, the Setup Utility and the ZDownloader, rebooted the PC, installed the Setup Utility, connected the printer when it was asked for, and it installed the driver. It didn't do this when I first installed Setup Utility, and I had to manually add the printer back then. But still, the printer acts weird in the same way, first it prints what I send, then it just lets out about 40 empty labels before flashing red. This happens every time I try to print anything"
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