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Lexmark S405 Printer repeatedly won't print

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by SeekingSanity, Apr 28, 2010.

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  1. SeekingSanity

    SeekingSanity Thread Starter

    Dec 22, 2008
    Hi guys - SO GRATEFUL YOU ARE HERE! You've all been so helpful to me, thank you!

    Last October, I (MISTAKENLY) bought a Lexmark S405 Interpret Printer. It's wireless, and worked terrific until about a month ago - now it's driving me nuts! For some unknown mysterious reason, it does not want to print and it seems I have to continually uninstall & re-install it to get it to work (I also have Vista, if that helps in knowing). Since I am printing postage labels this is a huge issue, as not have a proper decent connection is costing me money (actually tying up money for days and days). I loved the wireless feature but in the last month I've uninstalled/reinstalled 4 or 5 times and now wireless option is useless. heck, wired isn't working either. I figure maybe some nefarious hidden program or update caused this snafu but I'm not sure what. Can anyone please help me with this? Triple6 are you out there somewhere?

    Thank you so much! Lisa.
  2. foxyladi14


    Jan 12, 2010
    go to the website they have online tecs to help..i did one last week was very pleased
    she confirmed my suspensions that the printer was a dud and a dead dud.
    am getting a new one:D
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