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Problem printing from Canon BJC-250


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Also you should try completely removing the printer, and the software for it, then installing it again off that link if it failed when u originally installed it
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when you print out say on word, do u select the right printer?

Also, dont suppose u have any other connections in the back of ur computer u can try it with?

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When I attempt to print from Word (or any other program), I make sure to have the correct printer selected.

There are other connections available through my computer, but not through the printer (it doesn't have any other ports).
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Also you should try completely removing the printer, and the software for it, then installing it again off that link if it failed when u originally installed it

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I've uninstalled and reinstalled several times over using that exact driver to no avail.
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just a shot in the dark here, but I seem to recall that in the good old days of parallel printers we used to have to adjust them in the CMOS settings. For example, standard, bidirectional, enhanced.

Maybe worth checking your CMOS settings to see if you have this facility.

Edited by bazcor, 26 September 2005 - 10:49 AM.

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