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Try the following. Uninstall your Lexmark driver. Then restart the computer. Once you have uninstalled the Lexmark driver and restarted the computer then go to the following link http://bit.ly/9jfP20 and download the latest Lexmark E320 driver by choosing from the two options according to your operating system. That should take care of your problem. If that does not help. Then do the following. Go to Printers and Faxes. Then Right click on the Lexmark E320 Driver. Go to properties. Then Printing Preferences. Then Graphics Tab, Then Graphic Mode and select Raster then Apply the changes and try printing again. IF that does not work either then try lowering the resolution or playing with the graphic options. Hope it helps.
is your printer a network printer? if it is open internet explorer type in http:// "your ip address " then hit search this should take you inside the printer and there you should be able to set you custom print settings and save them.
Driver could be corrupt. Disconnect the printer or at least be sure it is turned off.
I'd do both and reinstall the CD software program that came with
the printer. When the software program asks you to connect the
printer to the USB port, do so and it should again work properly.
Hope this helps. Bud
Have you cleaned the print head surface lately? It is located directly above the top of the toner cartridge which you need to remove to do this right. Now using a dry soft cloth reach inside and find the narrow slot and carefully go back and forth with the cloth (sharp metal edges be careful). If this does not solve the problem next try removing the toner cartridge and clean the metal contacts inside the printer on your bottom left side when looking into the open printer also it would pay to remove the transfer roller on the bottom inside this has two black tabs that release the roller the one on your left (again looking into open printer) should have a metal strip that should be free of toner on both sides this will also cause poor print.
1. Make sure that you removed the entire paper jam and that nothing is caught in the fuser assembly (the part that gets hot so make sure it is cooled off first,also do not use anything to dig at anything that might be there try carefully using a tweezer or needle nose pliers to pull it out. 2.Remove the toner cartridge and with a dry cloth or a pencil eraser clean off the contacts on your left when facing the inside of printer and the roller on the bottom can be wiped off to remove excess toner. 3.With toner cart. still out use a dry cloth to wipe the laser print head area located directly above the roller on the bottom of the printer be careful as the metal edges are sharp. 4.If there is a build-up of toner at the entrance of the fuser try gently removing it with a flat blade screwdriver with care. 5.If this doesn't help it may be necessary to replace the toner cartridge itself.
* years..that might qualify you for an ancient printing award, from the manufacturer. Unless you are attached to that unit, you may find that it's high time to move to next step. I don't recall, in over 30 years of work, a printer with that longevity.