Unistall the driver then re-install it.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
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It is a common install problem that the ML-2525w printer will fail to stay operational after entering the 'sleep mode', the Smart Panel shows the status unavailable, any print window shows the status as 'offline', however it continues to show an active IP address and DHCP client registry on your LAN / router. The printer seems to install fine, and for a few minutes its status is good and prints successfully. But after it goes to sleep, you can't wake it... unless you restart it... and then symptoms repeat. Resolution: When installing in a wireless LAN, NEVER... repeat, NEVER install via the USB cable. ALWAYS use a standard CAT5 Ethernet LAN cable for wireless installs! The User Guide suggests either will work for wireless installs, but my experience indicates installs are reliable ONLY via LAN cables. Before performing a reinstall I recommend issuing a 'reset' / 'clear' (restore Factory Default) from the 'Network Settings' tab of the Samsung SyncThru Web Service program.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
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From my experience with that, I believe that there is some sort of bug in the printer that makes it change it's own IP address without warning.
My way of fixing that was by:
1. Going to the printers folder
2. Right-clicking the printer that you are using
3. Selecting properties
4. Selecting the ports tab
Okay, now the next steps are a bit difficult to explain, but I'll try my best,
5. In the box showing all those weird names and etc. find the box that is check-marked
6. Now, you need to see the full title of the port, so expand the tab thingamajigy so you can reveal the full port name
7. Read the title of the port (Should be xxx.xxx.x.xxx ("x"s being numbers))
8. Check-mark the box that says "enable printer pooling"
9. Click on "add port"
10. Choose "Standard TCP/IP port"
11. Click "Next"
12. For those two boxes, you need to input an IP address which is close to the one(s) that you already have set on (For example, I have a printer IP adress of 192.168.1.102, I make a port that is 192.168.1.10[3,4,1, and 0] (Requiring you to add another port (and another, and another....))
13. Next and Next
14. When done adding those ports, checkmark them and press apply
15. Start printing
Tell me if it doesn't work
Have fun ^^
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
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