Printing from a network can sometimes be a hassle, such as when the print does not work. Often this is because the network does not detect the machine. According to Tsgpc help you can solve this problem through some basic network printer trouble shooting.
It is Not Connected
Style sure the printer is connected to the power outlet. You will see the green light if it is. If it is common, it will also be displayed in the PC’s task bar. If not, do the following:
- Restart the printer and see if it attaches.
- Unplug the power and plug it back in, and see if that works.
- See that the joining setup is done right.
Is there paper in the tray? Have you run out of toner or ink? Make sure these settings are the system they should be. Check the front panel display to see if the level of toner or ink is too low. Stock up accordingly, and see that paper has not gotten blocked.
Your printer may be linked over Wi-Fi or network cable. See that this is set up properly. Checked the proper cables, or the Wi-Fi network’s password. This is part of basic system printer trouble shooting. Maybe the Wi-Fi password has been different and the printer was not re-joined after that.
There is software for every printer that lets you mange print jobs, counting cancelling the ones in queue. When printing from the office network, users can cancel jobs that are in the queue, in case the device gets bogged down from extreme jobs. Open up the printer organization software and checkered the status of the queue. Free this up by cancelling or resuming jobs.