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Thread: Problems printing in 98




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    My sisters PC running Win 98 has problems printing in 98,the print jobs go to the print spooler but stay there and don't go to the printer.

    She is using a epson 600.

    Any ideas? or where to look!

    Regards

    Graham

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    It doesn't give any error? If it does than please post that error out here. In the mean while you can do a few things.
    Try checking the cable that connects printer and the puter.
    Do check that under "Printer" menu "Use Printer Offline" is not checked.
    Try connecting the printer with another comp and check that it is working from there.
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    Printer tested ok on my Win2k setup

    If you reboot the PC then print a page its fine,but subsequent
    attempts to print result in them sitting in the print queue.

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    I would certainly reccomend the classic "uninstall/reinstall" as this fixes far too many problems.

    I might also suggest that you check the Epson site for any software updates for use at the time of reinstall.
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