I finally got the driver installed - thanks so much for the advice! - but now every time I try to print a document, the Print Center comes up and stops the job after about 10 seconds. There's no error message; it just says "Job(s) Stopped."
(I'm on a Mac, OSX, version 10.4.8)
please help! thanks :)
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There might be a number of reasons due to which your documents get stuck in a printer queue. Overloading and driver issues are the major reason behind this. If you are simultaneously printing hundred of documents then sometimes your printer jobs gets stuck in the printer queue. Then if your Printer drivers are corrupted then also while printing the documents sometimes it might get stuck in the print queue.If You Still Need Assistance Then Follow US For On : Epson Printer Support
Sounds like you have print jobs stuck in the print queue. Try deleting all documents in the queue and resending print job. Some print drivers choak on PDF documents. Try updating the print driver by download it from the manufacturer.
Try deleting printer then re-installing printer and updating the print driver.
Try if one of these solutions help you.
1. Shut down you printer, wait a few seconds, start it again and try to see if you document is printing.
2. Install the printer again on your computer. This time, if possible use an other USB port.
3. If you can print PDF, you can try http://www.freepdfconvert.com/ and print your document after you mad a PDF.
Get the driver from www.hp.com while you are there check the firmware version. And upgrade to latest firmware. Follow directions to the letter. Do the "easy firmware installation", it's the first one listed.
Printer memory set on the computer for a larger size then what the printer has. Print a configuration page on the printer. (Press and hold down the large button for 7 seconds no longer than 15seconds) When the light flashes release the button. On the page you will see the Memory size. Make sure you computer is set to the proper avail printer memory.
I had the same problem and found the solution on the Apple discussion boards. Apparently, OSX 10.4 installs the printer as a Lexmark 510 series, not a Samsung ML-2510.
Just add a new printer and change the type from Lexmark 510 series to ML-2510 series.
Worked a charm for me!
Ok, so you have tried a reset and no good. Try this again but this time unplug it too, all cords and cables. Replug, turn it on. Wait. Once reset again, check to see no print jobs queued and if so, cancel all print jobs by clicking on start, control panel, printers, icon of printer, scrol to properties, cancel print jobs. Try reprinting now.