Make sure you have the right driver installed
I got a new computer this year for school, and with it came a new printer. I got the printer installed at home, and printed out the test page, and it even did it at school once or twice. But the other day, I went to print and it gave me an error message that I was either out of paper or there was a bad connection. There is plenty of paper in the printer, and I checked all the connections, and everything is fine. I deleted it and reinstalled it, and that didn't fix it, and I went to properties on my computer and checked my USB ports on hardware, and they're all working fine. When I turn the printer on, the power light and the feed paper light blink back and forth between each other. I e-mailed Lexmark, and they said I might need to contact Intel to make sure the version can handle the printer, but seeing as it's a new computer, I don't think that is the problem, and since it worked before, that shouldn't be the problem. Please help!!!
This question was answered on September 26, 2002. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.
Make sure you have the right driver for the lexmark printer you bought
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Posted by Dan of Mesa Community College on September 26, 2002