Epson B510DN Business Color Inkjet Printer


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Epson B-510DN
The Epson B-510DN could become the first crossover color inkjet printer success, outperforming the other members of its cohort--along with many lower-end color lasers--in print speed and cost per page. All this talent comes at a high initial price ($599 as of June 28, 2010). But if you need speed, volume, and economy, plus good photo printing, the B-510DN is well worth considering.

The B-510DN's design is efficient rather than aesthetically pleasing. Replacing consumables is a snap, thanks to the front ink-cartridge bay, but the bay protrudes awkwardly from the unit's face. The control panel consists of a two-line monochrome LCD and a few buttons whose purposes are clear even without word labels. The front input tray holds 500 letter-size/legal-size sheets and has a 170-sheet output tray on top. A rear input accepts envelopes and the like (or another 150 sheets of paper). It can connect via USB or ethernet. Automatic duplexing is included as a standard feature.

Pages virtually flew out of the B-510DN. On the PC, the printer generated plain-text pages at an average speed of 14.7 pages per minute, and 4-by-6-inch color photos on letter-size media at 3.4 ppm. On the Mac, it delivered plain-text pages at 13.82 ppm, and a four-page PDF of mixed text and graphics arrived at a rate of 2 ppm. A high-resolution color photo (at near-full-page size) printed at 1.1 ppm.

Print quality was very good. Photos on Epson's own matte paper had accurate colors and a slightly dotty (but even) texture. The same images on plain paper looked washed out and grainy. Text printed on plain paper appeared nicely dark but a little fuzzy--one of the few areas where similarly priced lasers and even the HP OfficeJet Pro 8000 Wireless fared a little better.

The B-510DN's consumables are extremely inexpensive. Its standard-size supplies include the T616100, a $40, 3000-page black cartridge (which works out to 1.3 cents per page) and $50, 3500-page cyan (T616200), magenta (T616300), and yellow (T616400) cartridges (1.4 cents per color per page). A full-color page would cost just 5.6 cents. The high-yield colors (with T617 designations) each cost $60 and last 7000 pages, or 0.9 cent per color per page. Epson also offers two larger black tanks: the T617100 ($50), a 4000-page cartridge; and the T618100 ($70), an 8000-page cartridge. The former marginally reduces the cost per page to 1.2 cents (hardly worth the bother compared to the T616100), while the latter cuts per-page expense to just 0.87 cent. A maintenance tray to collect leftover ink costs $17.50 and lasts for 35,000 pages. The Oki C610dtn color LED printer costs a little more and is a little faster, but its toner is a bit more expensive, too.

The Epson B-510DN removes nearly all question of whether an inkjet printer can succeed in business. It offers competitive speeds and ink costs--enough to make vendors of some lower-end color lasers nervous.


Canon Pixma MX700 Inkjet Printer Buyers Guide


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Canon Pixma MX700
The NEW!!! Canon Pixma MX700 all-in-one home office printer with advanced ethernet Connectivity is networkable!

This 5-in-1 means business! It creates beautiful photo prints and pro-quality text copies. You can even print photos directly from memory cards without a computer and use the 1.8" color LCD display to select and enhance your images. Or print directly from a digital camera or DV camcorder.

The Automatic Document Feeder on the Pixma MX700 holds about 30 originals, and two paper trays for storing both plain and photo paper. You'll fax at Super G3 fax speed in color and Black and White, and be able to store 40 speed dial codes and receive 100 incoming pages.

You can count on the Canon MX700 to produce copies that are very true to the originals, and when scanning photos you'll produce impressive 2400-dpi results, with brilliant 48-bit color depth.

Comparison shop for the Canon Pixma MX700 Compact Photo Printer. It's easy to use and lots of fun, consistently producing exceptional prints that last up to 100 years!

Upgrading your photo printer? Read more about Canon Photo Printers at Digital Photography Website and compare Canon Printers for the one that best fits your printing needs, budget and style. Comparison shop for the best price and buy your new printer today for fastest delivery.


How to Troubleshoot Canon Printers


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canon printerIf you are having trouble getting your Canon printer to print properly or even turn on at all you don't have to immediately resort to returning it or taking it to an electronics repair facility. There are several different troubleshooting steps you can follow on your own and in conjunction with Canon's printing software to get your printer back in operating condition quickly.


Things You'll Need:

* Canon Printer Software CD

1. See if your Canon printer has its indicator lights flashing in a specific pattern and then consult your manual to see if there is a corresponding error code. Follow the instructions in the manual for how to fix the associated problem, or continue on with more troubleshooting if it isn't displaying a specific error code.

2. Make sure the power cord is plugged into your wall outlet and the USB cable is firmly connected to your computer. Open the top of the printer and do a quick visual inspection to see if there is a piece of paper stuck in the paper feed.

3. Restart your computer and attempt to print off something new in case the computer has stopped recognizing your printer or the print queue has stopped responding due to a software error.

4. Navigate to your computer's "Control Panel" and click on the "Printers and Faxes" option. Click on the "Add A Printer" button if your Canon printer isn't showing up in the list. Follow the on-screen instructions so that your computer will run a test to try to detect the printer.

5. Try uninstalling and re-installing the Canon software that came with your printer and then navigate your Web browser to their official Web page and download the most recent version of the software driver.

6. Open the Canon printer software and choose the "Properties" or "Options" tab. Click on the option to "Test Alignment" or "Clean Print Heads," depending on which version of the software you are using. Wait for the printer to finish its alignment and then print off a test page. Check to see if the test page printed properly and then contact Canon for repair or replacement options if it still isn't working properly.


How To Fix a Printer Carriage Jam


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Carriage jamThe carriage of a printer is the assembly that holds the ink cartridges and slides back and forth to transfer ink onto printer paper. Paper jams can sometimes lead to carriage jams, especially after printing on thicker paper like an envelope. When the carriage stalls, you may hear a grinding noise as the printer attempts to move the carriage. The problem is that the actuator arm is stuck, which prevents the carriage from moving.


1. Unplug the power cord of the printer and open the cover to reveal the carriage assembly.
2. Squeeze the two levers beneath the paper tray together to remove the tray.
3. Slide the carriage assembly from the left side of the printer to the middle where you have easy access to it. If the carriage assembly will not slide, complete Steps 4 through 6.
4. Push down the large black bar located directly above the rollers and then release it so that it springs back up. Now attempt to slide the carriage assembly to the right again. If it still does not slide, refer to Step 5.
5. Locate the flat black component found directly below the rollers in the tray compartment. It should be lying flat, parallel with the base of the printer. If it is pointing upward, push it down.
6. Slide the carriage assembly over to the right once all of the above parts are in their correct positions.
7. Lift the actuator arm, which is directly above the white and/or gray gear assembly at the left side of the printer. The actuator arm is thin strip of black plastic that is approximately 1 3/4 inches long and 1/3 inch wide. Lifting it and releasing it should restore it to its proper position.
8. Put the paper tray back in the printer. With the cover of the printer still open, plug in the power cord and turn on the printer.
9. Press and hold "Resume," then close the cover of the printer.


Troubleshoot a Printer Cartridge


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If your ink jet printer is not working properly it is important to check the print cartridges first. The print

cartridges are a common source of problems with print quality.

Things You'll Need:

* Printer * Print cartridges
* Cotton swabs
* Clean, lint-free cloth

1. Use the print menu to align the print cartridges. If the print cartridges are misaligned they will not be able

to print properly, resulting in poor color and imaging quality. The procedure for aligning print cartridges will

vary by manufacturer, so consult the printer's manual. In Windows, you can often access the alignment menu by

clicking "Start," choosing "All Programs," navigating to the name of the printer manufacturer and choosing "Align"

from the menu.

2. Clean the print cartridge nozzles. This should be done if the printer has gone unused for more than a month.

Cleaning can usually be done via the same software utility used to align the cartridges.

3. Lift the printer cover. The print cartridges will automatically move to the middle of the printer. Look at the

print cartridges for any obvious signs of damage, like a cracked cover or dent.

4. Lift up the flap that covers the print cartridge, then carefully pull the top of the cartridge forward until

you hear a click. Pull the cartridge free of the printer and turn it upside down.

5. Look for any dried ink on the bottom of the print cartridge where it fits into the printer. Use a cotton swab

or a clean lint-free cloth to remove that dried ink. Set the ink cartridge aside, being sure to lay it on its side.

6. Look at the interior of the printer where the ink cartridges fit into the printer. Look for any dried or caked

ink and remove anything you find using the cotton swab or a clean cloth. After all dirt, debris and ink residue has

been removed, replace the print cartridges and close the printer cover.


How to Clean Your Printers Print Heads?


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If a printer has not been used for a long period of time, the many tiny holes that make up a modern inkjet printer's head may become clogged with dried ink. Clogged printer heads greatly affect the quality of the printing job and can eventually lead to damage to the printer. It is very important to clean out printer heads when they are clogged.


1. Printer Self-Cleaning

Most inkjet printers have some sort of automatic utility program by which you can instruct the printer to go through a self-cleaning cycle. A number of these cleanings, in succession, will usually take care of a clogged printer head. However because the cleaning cycle needs to be repeated multiple times, a significant amount of ink can be consumed during this process - as much as 10-25% of the cartridge's ink.

If the self-cleaning cycle does not solve the problem, try turning the printer off overnight to allow the ink to soften. Turn the printer on the next day and try printing a test pattern to see whether the problem has either disappeared or become less noticeable. This ink-saving procedure can work effectively because sometimes the dried ink on the print head needs time to soften before the printer head can be cleaned completely. Try running the self-cleaning utility again one or more times.

2. Steps for Manually Cleaning the Printer Head

If the overnight cleaning still does not work, there may be a layer of thick ink that is blocking the holes of the printer's head. The next option is to manually clean the printer head. Follow these steps:

* Determine from the owner's manual where the print head is located.
* Remove the cartridge from your printer and then dip a cotton swab in hot water or isopropyl alcohol and rub it against the print head. This should loosen any crusted ink. NOTE: Be careful, especially if you use isopropyl alcohol to clean your print heads: Some printers use rubber gaskets, and if you get isopropyl alcohol on the gaskets it could dry them out.
* For models where the print head is in the printer, drop 7 to 10 drops of isopropyl alcohol (91% denatured isopropyl alcohol - not 'rubbing' alcohol) down the ink receptacle area where the ink actually flows from the cartridge into the head. Run a few self-cleaning utilities. If possible, allow the printer to sit a few hours or overnight and repeat the self-cleaning utility.
* If the print head is in the cartridge, soak the cartridge print head in hot water. Allow it to soak overnight. Dry the print head area with a paper towel. Repeat the self-cleaning utility.
* If the hot water soak did not unclog the print head, place the cartridge printer head in isopropyl alcohol and allow it to soak overnight. Use a damp paper towel to wipe off the print head area and dry carefully. Try the self-cleaning utility again.
* If the alcohol soak did not unclog the print head in the cartridge you may need to purchase a new cartridge. This will provide new print heads that won't be clogged. Contact a service technician for repair of print heads in the printer if the alcohol did not unclog the printer head.

3. Preventive Maintenance

It's a good idea to regularly conduct preventive maintenance on your inkjet printer to prevent it from developing clogged printer heads. Some steps you can take include:

* Since print heads become clogged when not used for long periods of time, regularly print a page or two to keep the print heads clear. Some experts say that it is better to print one colorful page a week than to run a printer cleaning cycle, because doing so uses a lot less ink.
* Turning the printer off when it is not in use can save the printer head from getting clogged with dried ink. Leaving the printer on keeps the ink in the cartridge warm and can make it bleed onto the printer head.
* If you need to store your printer it would be best to take the printer cartridge out. Be careful to never touch the printer head with oily or dirty hands - this can leave skin oil on the printer head and add to the possibility of it getting clogged.
* Ideally, printer cleaning cycles should be started once a week to prevent the printer head from getting clogged.

There are other more ink-efficient ways to be able to clean printer heads that will prevent their clogging just as effectively as running the printer's cleaning cycle:

* Brush the printer heads with Q-tips soaked in water. Sources vary on whether alcohol would be more effective than water, but in the opinion of some printer experts alcohol can be harmful to printer heads and should thus be avoided.
* Buy a cleaning kit and use it regularly on your printer. A typical cleaning kit usually has a tube of ammonia that you can spray on the printer head to remove dried ink.
* Covering the printer when not in use to keep it free from dirt and debris also helps prevent the printer heads from getting clogged.


How to Print Without a Color Cartridge?


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color carteridgeMost computer inkjet printers use two kinds of ink cartridges: black and color. If you print pictures or other colorful content, your color ink cartridge will wear out much faster than the black ink. This, however, does not mean that you can't print without the color cartridge. It simply means your content can only be in black and white with a absence of color.


1. Open up the document you want to print.
2. Click "File," followed by "Page Setup." This brings up the print options window.
3. Click "Sheet" in the new options window. From here select "Black and White."
4. Click "OK" to approve the changes, then click "Print" to print the document in black and white.


5 Common Steps for Printer Troubleshooting


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Printers TroubleshootingThe last thing anyone wants is to have a printer problem especially when the printer is new. Though Printers vary in size make and model, they generally have the same issues as every printer when they have problems. Below are a the most popular reasons why your printer might have problems.


Most printers are plug and play meaning that if you open up the box and plug it into your pc it should work, however time to time you will need to install the software drivers so that your printer can talk to your pc. If you plug in your printer and it does not recognize the pc the first place to check is the software that came with the printer and install the drivers that came with it.

In some cases if you can't find the cd, almost every printer manufacturer has a website that you can download print drivers from. HP and Gateway are really good about maintaining up to date drivers for their printers.


One of the most popular issues when it comes to printer problems is the cables. Make sure that you have the right cables for the printer and that the power source is connected to the printer.

From time to time you might get strange errors from your printer. To decode these cryptic messages, either look them up on the net or refer to the owners manual. These messages could reveal the there might be a resource conflict or that something is wrong with the hardware.


Sometimes paper jams are really obvious however other times they are completely transparent and there is really no indication that the paper has jammed up the printer, other than opening it up and doing a visual inspection just to make sure.


Usually this happens when the print heads are really dirty. Take the printer cartridges out and visually inspect them. If they are dirty you can use a Q-tip and some rubbing alcohol and gently clean off the grime.


How To Install a Printer on a Home Network


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printer installationThe most common way to install a printer on a home network is to install it as a stand-alone device on the network, and then add a connection to the printer on each computer that is on the network.

If you're not sure what type of network printer to install, decide if you want to:

1. Use a wireless printer. These printers use a built-in wireless card and plug into a power source, not your network or computer. After you turn on the printer, you need to refer to the information that came with the printer to set up a wireless connection to each computer on a home network. Security options for wireless printing are determined by each printer manufacturer.
2. Connect a printer directly to the network. To do this, you need to plug in the printer to your network hub or router. How to install these printers depends on whether the printer and your network device use an Ethernet, universal serial bus (USB), or another type of connection. You also need to refer to any installation information or tools provided by the printer manufacturer.
3. Connect more than one printer directly to the network. To do this, your hub or router must be able to support more than one printer connection.

To install a network printer

1. To find out how to install a network printer, check the information that came with the printer.

To connect to a network printer

After you have installed a network printer, you need to add a connection to the printer for each computer on the network.

1. Open Printers by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Hardware and Sound, and then clicking Printers.
2. On the toolbar, click Add a printer.
3. In the Add Printer Wizard, select Add a network, wireless or Bluetooth printer, and then follow the steps in the wizard.


1. Available printers can include all printers on a network, including Bluetooth and wireless printers or printers that are plugged into another computer and shared on the network. Make sure that you have permission to use these printers before adding them to the computer.
2. It's a good idea to print a test page to check if the printer is working correctly. For more information, see Print a test page.


Installing or Setting Up a printer in Microsoft Windows.


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There are two different methods a user can install a printer in Microsoft Windows. Below is additional information about each of these methods listed in the order we believe a user should try installing their printer in Microsoft Windows.

Before being able to install your printer you must have the software that was included with the printer. If you've lost the software for your printer you can download the drivers for your printer and use the drivers to install your printer. A listing of printer manufacturers and links to their associated drivers pages can be found on our printer drivers page.

Setup a printer using printer software

Every printer should come with the software used to install a printer in Windows. Although not all installations are the same the steps for installing this software should be similar to the below steps.

1. Connect the printer to the computer and a power outlet and make sure it's on.
2. Insert the CD that was included with the printer. If the CD does not automatically start the install program open My Computer, double-click on the CD drive, and then the Setup or Install file.
3. Follow the installation wizard and your printer and its associated software should be installed successfully.

Installing a printer only using the drivers

In addition to the above steps a users can install a printer in Windows only using the printer drivers. This is recommended if you only want the printer to be installed but not the additional printer software programs that are often included with the installation and/or you've download drivers.

A listing of printer drivers and software downloads can be found through our printer drivers page.

Note: if you've installed the printer doing the above steps these steps should not be necessary unless you encountered errors.

1. Connect the printer to the computer and a power outlet and make sure it's on.
2. Click Start, Settings, and Control Panel.
3. In the control panel double-click the Printers or Printers and Fax icon.
4. In the Printers window click the Add a printer icon.
5. After completing the above steps the Windows Printer Wizard will appear. Click Next, to start the wizard.
6. Windows will prompt you if you're installing a Local or Network printer. If the printer is connected to your computer choose Local printer attached to this computer and click Next.
7. When prompted for the location of the drivers for the printer. Browse the computer to the directory of your drivers or point it to the CD that was included with your printer.

Testing the printer

After the printer has been installed in Windows you can use Windows to print a self-test page to make sure the printer is working by following the below steps.

Microsoft Windows 98, 2000, ME, XP, 2003, and Vista users

1. Click Start, Settings, and open Control Panel.
2. Double-click the Printers or Printers and Fax icon.
3. Right-click on the Printer you wish to test and click Properties. If you do not see your printer listed your printer is not installed. See document CH000939 for additional information about installing a printer in Windows.
4. In the Printers Properties window click the Print Test Page button.
5. If the printer is able to print a test page, you're printer is installed and setup properly. However, if you're unable to print in other programs it's possible that the program you're attempting to print from has issues.


Canon Printer Troubleshooting Tips


Posted by Richerd Wilson | Posted in , , , | Posted on 10:33 PM

There are a range of canon printers available and these are also on the top of every printer ranking. The brand is well known for producing excellent quality printers and accessories for both home and office use. The best part of these printers is that the problems associated with them can be easily troubleshot.

Here are the ways of troubleshooting the problems associated with the canon printers and canon Cartridges.

Printer jam

This is one of the most common problems associated with the printers. Not only printers from Canon but all the printers have these problems sometime or the other. There are various reasons behind this problem. One of the most probable reasons is accumulation of dust. The other reason can also be use of low quality of paper. Sometimes paper jamming also occur due to the wearing out of the rollers. The solution to these types of problems is get your printers cleaned regularly and change the components after a particular period of time.

Driver Problems

The other common problem is the driver error. Many times a message appears on your system saying, "Cannot find the driver for the operating system". This problem occurs because the new operating system needs new drivers instead of the old ones. This is basically a software problem and is not the problem of the printer. For solving this problem all you have to do is load the new software that is compatible with the new operating system.

No Print

Many times it happens that when you give the command for print, there is no printout. The paper goes inside but nothing is printed upon it when it comes out. It is absolutely the same as when it had gone inside. The reason for this kind of a problem is mostly that the cartridge must be empty. The solution to this problem is that get your cartridges refilled or get a brand new cartridge. Another reason for this problem is that the cartridge head might be clogged. You can easily unclog your cartridge head with the help of the tools provided with the printer. Most of the times the error message that appears in case of such kinds of problems tells exactly what have gone wrong with the printer.

Ink Cartridge problem

Replacing the empty cartridges is always expensive. It is always a better idea to get it refilled. Many a time the Canon printer that you are using will not recognize a cartridge manufactured by a different company.

Therefore avoid using a cartridge from a different brand than your printer.

So follow these troubleshooting techniques to solve all these problems. Keep in mind all the instructions given and you will never face a problem with your system.


How To Find and install printer drivers


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Printer DriverIf you run into problems while installing a printer, or if you've added a printer but are unable to use it, you might need to install or update the printer driver so that it is compatible with the version of Windows you're running.

Some drivers ship with Windows, are available through Windows Update, or are saved to your computer through the hardware installation process and are ready to install. In other cases, you'll need to install drivers using a CD or DVD provided by the printer manufacturer. To install these drivers, follow the steps for using the Printers folder. If the driver you need is not already stored on your computer or if you don't have a CD or DVD, try searching the printer manufacturer's website to see if you can download and install it from there.

To install or update printer drivers using the Printers folder

1. Open Printers by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Hardware and Sound, and then clicking Printers.
2. Right-click the printer for which you need a new driver, click Run as administrator, and then click Properties. Administrator permission required If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
3. Click the Advanced tab.
4. Click New Driver, and then complete the steps in the Add Printer Driver Wizard.

To download and install printer drivers from a manufacturer's website

To download compatible drivers from a printer manufacturer's website, first see which version of Windows you're running, and then search for compatible drivers.

1. Open System Information by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking All Programs, clicking Accessories, clicking System Tools, and then clicking System Information.
2. Click System Summary, and then review the OS Name and System Type to find out which version of Windows you're running.
3. Go to the printer manufacturer's website and search for a printer driver that is compatible with your version of Windows.
4. Follow the instructions on the website to download and install the driver.


Smart Solutions for Printer Problems


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Whether you have a Hewlett Packard, an Epson or a Canon printer, the drivers of all these devices require DLL or Dynamic Link Library files to perform various printing-related tasks. DLL files are used to basically allow the printers to execute printing tasks which have been set by you. Furthermore, if you have changed the paper quality or font size in the Settings options of the printer, the device takes the assistance of certain DLL files to render these printing jobs successfully.

However, because a printer is a separate hardware, some printing errors do appear occasionally. Many of these printing errors pertain to DLL errors.

Causes of Printer DLL Errors

Quite often, printer-related DLL errors occur due to out-of-date printer drivers. Some times, a freshly installed program might also interfere with the printer DLLs, preventing your printer from giving the printouts.

For example, you may encounter hpslpsvc32.dll high CPU usage problems, when there is a problem with the driver for the Hewlett Packard All-In-One Series printer installed on your computer. This file is invoked by the Generic host process svchost.exe. And, in the Task Manager it is the svchost.exe that you will see as consuming high CPU resources.

There’s also the hpzimc09.dll error which is associated with the HP DeskJet Printers. This file is the DeskJet Imaging DLL and is a critical file for the HP DeskJet to function smoothly. On the other hand, the faulting module zsr.dll is an error attributed to the Hewlett Packard Laser Jet 1020 printers.

Printer DLL Fixes

For all these DLL errors including the hpslpsvc32.dll and svchost.exe errors, you may try the following general method to fix them:

Warning: The steps listed below require you to edit your registry. As a vigilant user, you must either use the Registry Editor tool or a good third-party registry repair tool to make a backup of the registry before making any direct changes to it.

1. First off, try cleaning up the printer drivers. To do so, uninstall the current printer driver. You can do this using the Add-Remove Programs or Device Manager utilities.

2. Clear every file from the Spool Driver Directory C:\Windows\system32\spool\drivers.

3. Clean all the .spl and .shd files from Printers directory C:\Windows\system32\spool\printers.

4. Clean the Windows Temp folder.

5. Next, open the Registry Editor (regedit) and navigate to HKLM\SYSTEM\Current Control Set\Control\Print\Printers. Here, delete the entries related to your printer. The chances of errors during this process are high. Therefore, it is recommended that you use a good registry tool to scan the registry for printer-related errors and fix them.

6. Run a virus and spyware scan to rule out any problems caused by these infections.

7. Delete all printer icons and configuration from your computer.

8. Restart your PC.

9. Finally, install the latest printer drivers. You need to download the latest drivers from the printer manufacturer website.

If you find this to be a tedious task, you may use a good driver scanner tool to automatically do these tasks for you.

Remember, updating your device drivers on a regular basis, maintaining a malware-free computer and cleaning your registry on a regular basis can easily help you maintain an error-free computer for a long time.