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Monday, April 25, 2011

Resetter Epson L200

Resetter Epson L200 


How to Resetter Epson L200  :
Download Resetter Epson L200 (ekohasan password)

Resetter Epson L200 :
1. Turn On Espon L200 

2. Run Resetter L200 >>> double click file "AdjProg cracked.exe"
3. Click "accept" >> "Particular Adjusment Mode" >>  "Waste ink pad Counter reset" >>  "Check" >>
check mark "main pad counter, FL box counter, Ink tube Counter", so click "Initialization" >> "Finish".

4. Turn off.
5. Turn On
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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Resetter Epson L100

Resetter Epson L100 

How to Reset Epson L100
Resetter epson L100 download here : (ekohasan password)
Resetter Epson L100 :
1. Turn On Espon L100 

2. Run Resetter L100 >>> double click file "AdjProg cracked.exe"
3. Click "accept" >> "Particular Adjusment Mode" >>  "Waste ink pad Counter reset" >>  "Check" >>
check mark "main pad counter, FL box counter, Ink tube Counter", so click "Initialization" >> "Finish".

4. Turn off.
5. Turn On

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Is Your Printer Ready for Windows 7?

With Windows 7 officially available, complaints about lack of support for printers likely won't be far behind. But the good news is that you have a much better chance of moving your printer to Windows 7 without serious problems than you had going from XP to Vista. Granted, that's not a particularly high bar to clear, but after all the problems with printers and Vista, both Microsoft and most printer manufacturers have made an effort to make the move to Windows 7 easier. Judging by my tests, they seem to have succeeded. Unfortunately, that doesn't mean there isn't anything left to worry about.

It's important to understand that printers can have different levels of support in Windows 7. For a single-function printer, the first, and most minimal, level is the ability to print. Beyond that, a Windows 7 driver may or may not support such features as duplexing (printing on both sides of a page) or multiple paper trays.

For a multifunction printer (MFP)—also known as an all-in-one, or AIO—support may or may not cover other functions besides printing. HP, for example, says that for its AIOs, the drivers included on the Windows 7 disc and on the Windows Update site allow printing and scanning, but the scan support for network printers in many cases is limited to scanning over a USB connection. Also missing from the Windows 7 disc and Windows Update are things like fax drivers for those HP AIOs that include a fax capability, and bundled software that adds features like optical character recognition (OCR) to let you scan a document and turn the image into editable text.

Missing Pieces and Where to Find Them
Fortunately, you're not limited to the built-in support on the Windows 7 disc and Windows Update. HP also provides (or, depending on the printer, is planning to provide) Windows 7 updates on its own site for many of its printers, with full support—including such things as bundled software with OCR modules. What's true for HP isn't necessarily true for all companies. Microsoft says that the level of support available on the Windows 7 installation disc and on the Windows Update site differs from one manufacturer to another, and even from one model to the next for any given manufacturer.

What all this translates to is that if you want to know if your printer is ready for Windows 7, you have to not only ask if your printer will work with Windows 7 before you make the change, you should also try to find out whether it's fully supported and, if not, what you have to give up. It also helps to know whether you have to download an update to get the most support possible and, if so, from where.

You may not be able to find this additional information, but it's worth making the effort before committing to Windows 7. If you can't find a definitive answer, at least consider whether you're willing to give up some printer features.

Windows 7 Compatibility Center
A good place to start your research is with the Microsoft Windows 7 Compatibility Center. Under the heading Check the compatibility status of your software and devices, you can choose Hardware from the drop-down list, and then enter your printer model. This will either turn up a list of possible matches or show a single exact match. If your printer turns up in the search results, it will most likely have a green checkmark labeled 32-bit next to the name, with the notations Compatible and Learn more. Other possibilities include a big red X paired with the words Not compatible, and a lowercase i in a blue circle, with the words Information coming soon.

Some of the printers labeled as compatible will also include a Compatible with Windows 7 logo, which means they've passed Microsoft's compatibility tests. This doesn't necessarily mean that the driver supports all of the printer's features, but it does mean that the printer has passed Microsoft's tests for reliability and stability. In other words, it won't make Windows 7 crash.

Whatever the list says about your printer, click on the entry to see a page with more details. On the detail page, you can click on the 32-bit or 64-bit tab, depending on which version of Windows 7 that you plan to run. (If you not sure what the difference is, you can also move your mouse cursor over the text What's 64-bit? and click on Learn more in the description that pops up.)

Interpreting Compatibility
In most cases you'll find some additional information on the details page. However, there's one detail you should take with a large grain of salt. For compatible printers, you'll see the green check with the Compatible label again, along with a note saying either No action required or Free download required. If it says the former, ignore it.

The problem is that No action required doesn't necessarily mean that you don't have to take any action to get full support for your printer. It only means that the Windows 7 disc, Windows Update, or both include drivers with minimal support for printing and, for AIOs, scanning. As I've already pointed out, these drivers may not support all of the printer's features. You may still have to go to the manufacturer's Web site to download full support, or at least additional support, if it's available.

The detail page for any given printer typically includes a link to the manufacturer's Web site. Depending on the manufacturer, you may or may not find additional information on the site, but you should follow the link to find out. Whatever you do, if the detail page says No action required, don't take it at face value.

Keep in mind too that the information in the Compatibility Center is not definitive. Microsoft points out that it updates the information every two weeks. The detail pages even ask users to vote Yes or No on whether the information is accurate, and other pages ask users to let Microsoft know if something's missing. One of the printers I installed for my tests, for example, isn't on the list at all, but it worked without problems. And it took me only a few minutes to find three HP printers that are marked as not compatible, even though HP offers Windows 7 drivers on its Web site.

The point here is that if your printer earns a green check in the Compatibility Center, it's probably safe to assume it will work, but not necessarily with all the features you're used to. If it isn't listed, however, or is marked as not compatible, don't stop there, because it may work anyway. Ultimately, you may have to try installing it yourself to find out. For details on how to do that, take a look at 7 Windows 7 Printer Installation Tips.,2817,2356157,00.asp
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Thursday, April 7, 2011

Fixing Error Code 241 Paper Jam on Lexmark printers

Fixing Error Code 241 Paper Jam on Lexmark printers

Solution 1:

- Take tray out.

- Lift up so have access to bottom of printer.

- The 2 rubber rollers in the middle can be taken off

- Flip them inside out and put them back on and put tray back in.

Solution 2:

  1. Take out paper tray 1.
  2. Remove any jammed sheets of paper you find there.
  3. Once you have done this, reinstall the paper tray and try printing again.
  4. If the printer jams again with a 241 Paper Jam error message, look to see if it has tried to feed a sheet of paper out of the tray.   
    • If paper is not leaving the tray and no paper appears to be jammed anywhere in the printer, remove paper tray 1 once again. Make sure the paper is loaded correctly in the tray. With the tray removed, you can also check the feed/pick rollers. Do the following:
      1. Look into the printer where the tray goes.
      2. Look for two tan-colored rubber rollers (circled in green in the picture below). These are the rollers that grab and feed the paper up into the printer.

      3. Clean off the rollers with a dry cloth and try printing again.
      4. If the printer still will not pull any paper, your feed rollers may be worn. As a temporary fix, you can try flipping the rubber feed rollers inside out. Remove paper tray 1 again and carefully remove the rubber tire off each of the roller wheels. Then flip the rubber tire inside out and put it back on the wheel. 
      5. If either step 3 or 4 fixes the problem, your feed rollers are worn and will eventually need to be replaced. However, you should be able to continue to use the printer temporarily.
      6. If the paper still does not feed at all, the feed motor to tray 1 may not be feeding the paper. In this case, the printer will require service.

    • If paper is feeding out of the tray but getting jammed, you may be able to pinpoint the source of the problem by taking a close look at where the leading edge of the paper is stopped.  
      • If the paper is getting jammed right at tray 1, a small piece of paper may be stuck in one of the rollers at the front of the printer. Do the following:

      1. Remove paper tray 1.
      2. Look into the printer where the paper tray goes. Look upwards into the very front of that area. You should see a slot or guide where the paper will go once it is fed out of the tray. Towards the left-hand side, there is a set of feed rollers. A small piece of paper can get wrapped around one of the rollers here.
      3. If you see a small piece of paper stuck in one of these rollers, try to remove it.
      4. If you cannot reach it or it cannot be removed, the assistance of a service technician will probably be needed.

          To complete steps 1-3 above, it may help to lay the printer on its side. If you do this, please use caution when lifting the printer. Remove the toner cartridge and the paper tray before setting the printer on its side. Also make sure the printer is powered off and unplug any and all cords, especially the power cord, going into the printer. Refer to the photos below for guidance on where to look into the printer for the feed rollers. The rollers are located in the area of the printer highlighted by the yellow circles.


      • If the paper is getting past the front of the printer and jamming elsewhere with a 241 Paper Jam error, do the following:
      1. Look for any obstructions at the leading edge of where the paper is jamming.
      2. If you are not able to find (and remove) any obstruction, the printer will probably need service to isolate the problem and replace the failing component.

  • Another way you can find out if your printer will require service for this issue is to obtain the secondary codes for the paper jam error. To do this: 
    1. As soon as you receive the 241 Paper Jam error message, press and hold the Return button.
    2. While holding down the Return button, press the Select button. Two lines of numbers will appear on the printer screen. These are the secondary codes.
    3. If the top line of the secondary code is 8E XX 06 X1 (where X can be any letter or number), the problem could be with the pick motor for tray 1. This will probably result in the printer needing service.
  • If you continue to receive the jamming error after checking all of these possibilities, the printer may require service.
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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

How to solve error C000 on Canon Pixma MX870

How to solve error C000 on Canon Pixma MX870

Solution 1:

  1. Switch off the printer

  2. Disconnect the power cable

  3. Open door:

  4. Remove the orange protective tape (A) and remove the white polystyrene (protective equipment) (B).

  5. Verify in the printer there is no protective equipment:

  6. Close the door.

  7. Connect the cable and switch on.

Solution 2 :

- Check for any foreign body in the printer: piece of paper, paper clip...

- Check for any paper jams.

Solution 3:

- This error code C000 could be made by an empty cartridge: check for this.
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