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Belkin Print Server problems.

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Josho, Jun 3, 2008.

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  1. Josho

    Josho Thread Starter

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    Hello, I've found this forum in desperation really, I can't figure this problem out. I have purchased a Belkin "Wireless G All-In-One Print Server" and have plugged it into my Sky Router, to join it onto my network, just like the manual says to do. After installing the print server as it says to do, I plugged my Printer into it. I connected to it via Belkin's Print Server manager and Vista instantly started installing the printer. I tried printing a Test page and it got halfway then the Print Spool crashed, I can get it to start to print if I uninstal then reinstall everything, but after one attempt, Vista says that the Printer is offline.

    If I unplug the printer from the Print Server, Vista makes a sound as if I've unplugged it physically. The port that Vista has installed it into is USB001. Vista detects the disconnecting and reconnecting of it though.


    Any ideas, please?
     
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    No replies? :( Just kidding! :D

    Just an update, I have my brother's laptop here while he's away, and that runs XP, using XP it prints fine. The problem I'm having is the Epson monitor crashing, I think.
     
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