|16 Apr 2012||#1|
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Printer not printing off properly, drivers not installing properly.
So my printer randomly decided to fart out on me and I can't use it for some reason. What I tried doing was 'right click >> remove printer', then reinstall using the driver downloaded from the website. The printer was made for windows Vista, but the drivers for it I downloaded off the site support 7. It's an HP Deskjet F2210 All-In-One, in case you were wondering.
Anyway, after doing that I had two printers installed, "HP Deskjet F2200 series", and "HP Deskjet F2200 series (copy 2)"
I tried deleting them both, but the first one reappeared. In fact, when I first discovered the error, I had a document in queue that I cancelled. The Document is still in the queue, only it's not printing (obviously) and the status is blank.
In addition to this the lights on my printer are all blinking fast, and it's displaying E (for error)
I'm not sure if this is a driver problem or a hardware problem. I would like to just remove the drivers altogether and start over, but I can't do that for whatever reason, because the printer keeps up reappearing, even if the printer is disconnected.
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