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Help! I am a novice and need to be able to print


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tallulah67

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USB port/s not accepting/recognising printer lead
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Neil Jones

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Um, the port won't recognise the lead. Do you mean the computer can't print?
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It could also mean that the computer doesn't detect the port.

I can only think of 2 reasons.

1. The printer USB is bad.
2. The USB Port is faulty.

OP, can you please be more specific.
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tallulah67

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I think it the second one. Computer doesn't recognise usb port.
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also make sure your print spooler is turned on
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Update printer software and drivers.

http://www.pcworld.c...er_drivers.html
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