Always get print error when trying to print. I have tried reloading the driver, changing the default settings, rebooting the PC and starting over, I get NADA! it won't stay in ready-print mode. Please help. jg
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On another posting of a similar problem, I proposed this solution:
In some instances, the PC switches off a USB port. You may have to un-check "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power." This is in your Device Manager/Universal Serial Bus Controllers/USB Root Hub.
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Power off the printer, disconnect/reconnect the printer cable, power on the printer, reboot your workstation.
If that doesn't work, in Control Panel - Printers, delete the icon for your printer. Disconnect the printer cable. Reboot your workstation and log in. Reconnect the printer cable and see if the printer is recognized. Install the printer driver.
i'm thinking it's a config-related problem. i've seen a comparable problem already. could you check the settings in the printer software? there is setting that says "print first page from different tray" if its box is checked, the printer wants to print the rest of the print job from another tray, and will block when there is no other tray available.
if you find this setting is not marked, then i propose to delete the printer driver and all settings and then downloading the most recent driver from the manufacturer's website and installing that one.
I would try to reinstall the drivers for this printer and make sure it is your default or selected printer. It sounds like the drivers were changed or corrupt. Any new software install may of done this. Also try to let the printer be unpluged from power for 24 hours.
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