Wireless printing problem.

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mewitham89

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I have a printing problem using my wireless printer(Lexmark Z2400 series). I have an MSI Wind Netbook with XP Home Edition SP3. I have a wireless router module attached to my Actiontec M1000 DSL Modem.

My problem is that when I start a print job it will go to 99%, with the printer spitting out the document completed. The document remains, as the computer is concerned not complete. When I go to cancel the document it shows that it is deleting it, but remains in that state. If I try to start another print job the previous print job will start again. This doesn't allow me to print the current job. I have visited the Lexmark Website and followed their troubleshooting advice with no results. I contacted their support staff and they have not replied with any help. I don't seem to have this problem if my computer is connected to the printer via the USB Port, but I wish to print wirelessly because i have 3 students in the house using laptops with wireless connections who need to share the printer also.
 

JohnWill

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Have you tried stopping the print spooler service, then navigating to C:\WINDOWS\system32\spool\PRINTERS and deleting all the files, then starting the print spooler service again?
 

mewitham89

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Thanks Johnwill for the advice, unfortunately this does not solve the problem. Once I start another print job the whole situation starts over again.
 

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See if this solution helps.

 
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