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After installation, command prompt still reads " device not ready". (printer) what should be done to get this activated an ready to go?

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Hello.

I'm unclear whether you are referring to a printer problem or the EZ Dupe Publishing Plant burner.

If a printer issue and connected by USB cable, try reinstalling your printer:


Note: Here's how to delete a printer icon in Windows 7:

1. Open Printers by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Hardware and Sound, and then clicking Printers.
2. Right-click the printer that you want to remove, and then click Delete.

Disconnect the USB cable.

Restart your computer.

Reconnect the USB to your computer.

Your computer should see your printer. Install the printer driver.

If still a problem, either your USB port on your PC, or the USB printer cable is probably faulty.

Hope this helps.

Posted on May 26, 2011

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Naka online yung printer pero pag nag na click na yung PRiNT . nka "" OFFLiNE "" ?


You may need to re-install the printer drivers; but before you do that, first go to the command prompt:
(1a) For Windows XP: Click Start --> Run --> Type CMD --> Press Enter
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(1b) For Vista or 7, go to Start and type CMD directly in the Search box
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RIght-click on the cmd icon that appears under the Programs list and select rictutero_13.jpg as seen above (If a User Account Control window comes up, click YES)
(2) In the command prompt that opens up, type NET STOP SPOOLER and press Enter
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(3) Wait for the command to finish, then type NET START SPOOLER and press Enter
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(4) After the command completes, you can retry printing. If it still fails, then you will have to re-install the printer drivers.
(5) You'll have to insert the printer drivers disc: it usually runs the installation immediately & these applications can detect if you already have it installed. You will be prompted to remove the software; after which you can repeat the process (step 5) to re-install the application and try printing again.
If all these fail, you would have to test the printer on a different computer to see if it exhibits the same symptoms. If they do, then the printer will have to be checked for possible repair/replacement. If not then there's something wrong with the operating system on YOUR computer and it will have to be checked separately.

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After I changed the ink cartridge, my printer will copy but it will not print.


Check your data cable and the printer status. (Start > Devices and Printers in Win7, Start > Printers in XP for example.)

Try a new cable. (if USB, try a new port. Use a direct connection - remove a print server or USB hub.) Does the computer think that the printer is ready or offline? Are there files stuck in the printer queue? They may need to be manually removed by stopping and restarting the spooler. In Windows this can be done in the Command Prompt (tun as administrator by right clicking in Vista or Windows 7) window. Type "net stop spooler" <enter> without the quotes. At the next prompt, type "net start spooler" <enter>. Then restart the computer.

I hope this helps.

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In general, try a new printer cable. If you are using a hub or print server, try a direct connection to the computer. If the printer reads as ready but has jobs stuck in the queue, stop and restart the spooler. (One way to do this on all Windows OSes - open the command prompt (Run as Administrator in Vista or Win7) type "net stop spooler" < hit enter key> without the quotes. At the next prompt, type "net start spooler" <enter> again without the quotes. Restart the computer.)

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Try a new data cable. Check that the USB port is working - try a new port and check if a known-working device is seen by the computer. If you use a print server or a hub, try a direct connection to the computer.
Do you have the latest driver for your device? Check the Dell web site.

Is the print queue holding any documents? What does the Devices and Printers Control panel say about the printer status? If the printer is listed as ready but has jobs in the queue, you may want to stop and restart the spooler. In all versions of Windows since Win95 at least, you can do this in the command prompt (Run as Administrator in Vista or Win7). Type "net stop spooler" <hit enter> without the quotes; at the next prompt, type "net start spooler" <hit enter> again without the quotes. Restart the computer.

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Do you have files in the queue? What is the printer status in Devices and Printers area?

Since this is a USB printer, my usual trouble-shooting starts with checking the USB connectivity. If you are using a hub, try connecting directly to the printer. Change to a new USB cable and try a different port. Check if a known working device will work in the port. Make sure the ports are not disabled for power-savings or security (power savings is adjusted as an advanced option in the same area as setting the Screen Saver, Security shut downs are in the Device Manager).

Frequently, you can reset the printer by unplugging the USB cable from both the computer and the printer and pulling the power cord for a minute. If the items in the print queue cannot be deleted from the queue, use the Command Prompt (run as administrator by a right click - Start, All Programs, Accessories) to empty the queue. Once in the command prompt, type "net stop spooler" without the quotes and then hit <enter>. Then type "net start spooler" (again without the quotes) and hit <enter>. Once the commands have been processed, reboot the computer.

I hope this helps.

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is it a usb printer? if so follow this:
Device Manager displays only non-Plug and Play devices, drivers, and printers when you click Show hidden devices on the View menu. Devices that you install that are not connected to the computer (such as a Universal Serial Bus [USB] device or "ghosted" devices) are not displayed in Device Manager, even when you click Show hidden devices.

  1. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, and then click Command Prompt.
  2. At a command prompt, type the following command , and then press ENTER: set devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices=1
  3. Type the following command a command prompt, and then press ENTER: start devmgmt.msc
  4. Troubleshoot the devices and drivers in Device Manager.

    NOTE: Click Show hidden devices on the View menu in Device Managers before you can see devices that are not connected to the computer.
  5. When you finish troubleshooting, close Device Manager.
  6. Type exit at the command prompt.

    Note that when you close the command prompt window, Window clears the devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices=1 variable that you set in step 2 and prevents ghosted devices from being displayed when you click Show hidden devices.
If you are a developer or power user and you want to be able to view devices that are not connected to your computer, set this environment variable globally:
  1. Right-click My Computer.
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two possibilities, if you are in possession of the motherboard drivers you will need to install them as windows xp will be using generic ones and may not be suitable for your board, also try installing in a different usb port. The other is that the drivers you are using will probably be win 2000 and in your case it wont work with XP, so go to your printer manufacturer web site and download and install XP drivers.

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