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February 07, 2010


Or, perhaps, assign thee printer a static IP address, as I eventually did with my K8600

And all the while I'm thinking why why why Windows? Why would you do that? Why?

Over the years I've lost so much time rebooting pcs and printers alike, sometimes alternately, sometimes synchronously. I hear it's not rocket science, but what do I know? /sigh

YES! Thank you so, so much! It finally works after weeks and weeks trying to figure out why the stupid printer won't work! Thanks again!

Thanks, this post was really useful. Been ages trying to figure out why I could scan and yet not print.

thank you! very helpful post, resolved my issue with the printer being offline

Thanks this resolved the issue immediately

Good Post, I have no idea why my printer port configuration would change from one day to the next without being taken off the network. Once DHCP set an IP address it shouldn't take it away and assign a new one and in this case it was the same exact IP Address.

THANK YOU SOOO MUCH FOR THIS INFORMATION!!! My printer finally works again!

I'm having the same problem. Windows 8 thinks my printer is offline. But when I click on "configure port" a dialogue box pops up that says "This operation is not supported."

Thank you so much! I was about to pull my hair out trying to get my printer to work.

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