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Ensure that your printer is online and all cables are securely attached.
(i) If your printer is on a network, ensure that your network allows you permission to access the printer.
(ii) If you are printing to paper, ensure that the Quicken PDF Printer is not selected.
(iii) If you have more than one printer:
(iv) Ensure that you have selected the correct printer in Quicken. (Select the QuickenFile menu, select Printer Setup, and select the item you want to print. Be sure the correct printer shown in the Printer field. For example, if you are printing a report, select File > Printer Setup > For Reports/Graphs.)
(v)Try making another printer the default printer. Microsoft Windows Vista:
Click the Microsoft Windows Vista logo (Start button) and select Control Panel.
Under Hardware and Sound, click Printer.
Select the printer and click the Set as default command button. Microsoft Windows XP:
Click the Microsoft Windows Start button and select Printers and Faxes.
Right-click a printer and select Set as Default Printer.
(vi) Try printing from WordPad or Notepad to be sure Windows is communicating with your printer.
Click the Microsoft Windows Start button, select All Programs or Programs, select Accessories and select WordPad or Notepad. Enter some text.
Select the File menu and select Print.
(vii) If your file does print from WordPad or Notepad, try reinstalling the printer or printer driver.
(viii) If your file does not print from WordPad or Notepad, it probably means that Windows is not communicating with the printer. Check your Windows printer settings.
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on note pad or word you should select the paper size first because it might set to a different size. when you click file click print click properties or printing preference and choose what size of paper you have in your tray and then click ok. print ok. check the printer paper tray setting to make sure the paper tray side guide is right agains the paper. I hope this will solve your problem.
Go to Start | Control Panel | Printers And Other Hardware | Printers And Faxes. Double-click the icon for your printer to open the Documents window and clear any pending print jobs by selecting Cancel All Documents from the Printer drop-down menu
Try printing a test page from the printer, not from Windows XP.
Most printers have a built-in test function that's activated by holding
down one or more buttons while the printer is starting up. Check your
printer's user manual for instructions. If this page prints
successfully, you know the problem is either with your connection or
with the software in your computer.
Check your printer's USB or parallel connection.
Try printing something simple from Windows' Notepad. To open Notepad, go to Start | All Programs | Accessories | Notepad,
type a few lines of text in a document, and try printing it. If it
successfully prints, the problem is with the software program you
originally tried to print from.
Try printing using Windows XP's generic printer driver. Open and
run the Add Printer Wizard. When you get to the Install Printer
Software screen, select Generic under Manufacturer and Generic/Text Only under Printers (see Figure 2).
Select No for Do You Want To Use This Printer As The Default Printer? (see Figure 3). Click Next.
When prompted on the next screen, tell Windows XP to print a test
page. If the page successfully prints, then you probably have a problem
with your installed printer driver. Either update or reinstall the
Since the printer prints the test page from the driver, most likely the problem is with your Cardfive software. To test this, try printing a card on the printer from Microsoft Word or Notepad. Just remember to set your page size or you will get multiple cards printed. The Fargo printer is just a windows printer and may receive output from any windows software.
There is no need to install the printer software in Windows Vista.
You have built in drivers for most of the HP printers in Vista.
Just connect the printer and restart the PC.
Make sure that you are in Administrative mode.
You should not be in Guest Account or Limited User Account.
Try to print from Notepad
Press and Hold Windows key + R
You will see a Run box.
In the Run box type notepad and press enter.
This will open Notepad.
Type some lines and click on file
Else try these steps.
Click on start >> Printer and Faxes >> Click on Add a printer >> Next >> Select Local printer and click on next >> Find printer in the directory >> Next >> Find printer Now >> Select your printer and click on Next >> Next >> finish