Doh! Pays to read carefully.guitarrista wrote: The original poster did say he has a Laser printer - so all the tips about clogged ink cartridges are inapplicable.
So he did - I'm a moron!guitarrista wrote:The original poster did say he has a Laser printer - so all the tips about clogged ink cartridges are inapplicable.khayes wrote:You guys know you can switch to laser printers and be done with that problem?? Toner lasts a long time and probably costs less than ink cartridges over time.jpryan wrote: This is the most common reason when it happens to me. My printer doesn't get used often enough to prevent the ink from drying in the print heads. I try to remember to at least print a test page every few days, but that doesn't always happen; therefore I end up with a very large paperweight.
Assuming the drivers were correctly installed, a few things to eliminate:Ramon Amira wrote:Any new thoughts in light of these new developments?
Some things I would look at if I had the same problem:Ramon Amira wrote:
Status: Needs troubleshooting
Status: Printer error
Any update? I'd leave system restore as a last resort.Ramon Amira wrote:Is it worth trying a System Restore to an earlier time?
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