Question about Kyocera FS-2000D Laser Printer
USB connection to FS2000D was disconnected and linked up to Samsung printer for one job. When re-connected to Kyocera the computer stated it could not print because "USB printer status not available."
Go to the Start menu and select "printers & Faxes". Ensure that the FS2000 is set as your default printer (right click on icon and select as default). If you still cannot print you will need to reinstall the printer drivers from disk or download from the Kyocera website.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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