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Print job does not print; No Lexmark job status window
What you will see
The Windows print queue spools the print job.
The print queue icon appears in the systray or notification area.
The print queue icon disappears as if the print job has successfully been sent to the printer.
The print job disappears and does not print.
No Lexmark job status window appears to indicate a communication problem.
No other communication errors. This issue is most likely due to a
corrupt device mode registry entry from another printer that was
installed and used in the past.
You do see the job status window and you do not see any alerts or communication errors, yet still nothing gets printed
What to do
A confirmed cause must be established before a resolution can be achieved.
To do this:
download a diagnosis tool that will help determine the cause of the printing issue. IMPORTANT: Again, this tool is only to be used in cases where there is no communication error message from the Lexmark job status window and the job spools quickly through the Windows spooler, yet nothing prints.
Select an easy-to-find Save location, such as your Windows Desktop.
Double-click on the delserDevMode.exe file.
Accept the License Agreement. After the file is executed, it saves devmode.txt to your root directory (e.g., C:\devmode.tx.
Do a normal power off (leave the printer powered on) on the computer and after 5 seconds re-power the computer on and you should hear the printer do a reset and become ready. I've had the same problem, it's in the printer.
There is 2 ways. Print a copy. Staus windows popups.Then clik options , utility , configuartion page. take print.Another way. Go to preferances,Bottom a printer icon with exclaimatery mark clilk it ,open status window, then follow the previous steps.Cool
Have you checked if there are any Documents Stuck in Queue to print ? ( under Control panel - Printer and faxes folder )
Click on Start button Click on Run Type SERVICES.MSC and click ok look
for Print Spooler in the list highlight Print Spooler, Click on
STOP button then click on START close the window and check if the
print queue is gone. ( Refresh the Printers and Faxes folder )
If this does not fix the issue :
Click STart Click
RUN Type Cmd ( or COMMAND ) and hit enter In the black window
type NET STOP SPOOLER ( hit enter button ) Type NET START
SPOOLER ( hit enter button )
Repeat the Stop and START Command
4-5 times End the Command with NET START SPOOLER
Printers and faxes folder - Refresh the Window - the printer will show
Status ready with 0 document