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  #16  
Old March 12th 10, 02:53 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
ray42
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Default CAN'T PRINT WITHOUT REBOOTING!!!!!



"Carl D" wrote:

Thanks for this post, Cari - after a couple of test printings, it seems to
have done the thrick yet again. I tried with a nothing to lose, everything to
gain attitude because I use my Lexmark XC9350 wirelessly - what could that
have to do with USB power management, after all? Everything, apparently!

Whilst on the subject of USB Root Hubs - when I connect my USB phone or a
flash drive to any one of the four USB ports (visible from outside the
casing) on my laptop, I get a message telling me it would work faster if I
connected it to one the the eight (I think but maybe six) USB Root Hubs in
the computer.

Devise Manager has just reminded me there are five USB Root Hubs and a USB
Composite Device as well as four USB Universal Host Controllers and a USB2
Enhanced Host Controller.

Where oh! where ate these faster USB Root Hubs and how do I get at them with
a flash drive - or any USB device??

Thanks

Carl D

"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:

Please turn off your Caps Lock Key. It's considered shouting, is extremely
rude and makes the posting difficult to read.

I suspect there is nothing wrong with your printer, but the problem is with
the USB port. Right click on My Computer, select Properties. On the
Hardware tab, select the Universal Serial Bus Controllers.

Expand the tree, click on each USB Root Hub in turn and the the Power
Management tab of their Properties, UNCHECK the box to let the PC turn off
power to the USB ports to save energy.
--
Cari
MS-MVP Windows Technologies - Printing/Imaging/Hardware
www.coribright.com

"dreamtaurus" wrote in message
...
HELP,I CAN'T SEEM TO GET MY LEXMARK X-85 TO PRINT WITHOUT DOING A RESTART.
I ALWAYS GET "HAVING TROUBLE COMUNICATING WITH THE PRINTER" AND IT STORES
THE JOB. SO THEN I REBOOT AND PRINT, IT'S A PAIN IN THE BUTT. HELP
SOMEONE!!!!?????




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  #17  
Old March 12th 10, 02:55 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
ray42
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Posts: 20
Default CAN'T PRINT WITHOUT REBOOTING!!!!!



"Carl D" wrote:

Thanks for this post, Cari - after a couple of test printings, it seems to
have done the thrick yet again. I tried with a nothing to lose, everything to
gain attitude because I use my Lexmark XC9350 wirelessly - what could that
have to do with USB power management, after all? Everything, apparently!

Whilst on the subject of USB Root Hubs - when I connect my USB phone or a
flash drive to any one of the four USB ports (visible from outside the
casing) on my laptop, I get a message telling me it would work faster if I
connected it to one the the eight (I think but maybe six) USB Root Hubs in
the computer.

Devise Manager has just reminded me there are five USB Root Hubs and a USB
Composite Device as well as four USB Universal Host Controllers and a USB2
Enhanced Host Controller.

Where oh! where ate these faster USB Root Hubs and how do I get at them with
a flash drive - or any USB device??

Thanks

Carl D

"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:

Please turn off your Caps Lock Key. It's considered shouting, is extremely
rude and makes the posting difficult to read.

I suspect there is nothing wrong with your printer, but the problem is with
the USB port. Right click on My Computer, select Properties. On the
Hardware tab, select the Universal Serial Bus Controllers.

Expand the tree, click on each USB Root Hub in turn and the the Power
Management tab of their Properties, UNCHECK the box to let the PC turn off
power to the USB ports to save energy.
--
Cari
MS-MVP Windows Technologies - Printing/Imaging/Hardware
www.coribright.com

"dreamtaurus" wrote in message
...
HELP,I CAN'T SEEM TO GET MY LEXMARK X-85 TO PRINT WITHOUT DOING A RESTART.
I ALWAYS GET "HAVING TROUBLE COMUNICATING WITH THE PRINTER" AND IT STORES
THE JOB. SO THEN I REBOOT AND PRINT, IT'S A PAIN IN THE BUTT. HELP
SOMEONE!!!!?????




  #18  
Old March 12th 10, 02:55 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
ray42
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Posts: 20
Default CAN'T PRINT WITHOUT REBOOTING!!!!!



"Carl D" wrote:

Thanks for this post, Cari - after a couple of test printings, it seems to
have done the thrick yet again. I tried with a nothing to lose, everything to
gain attitude because I use my Lexmark XC9350 wirelessly - what could that
have to do with USB power management, after all? Everything, apparently!

Whilst on the subject of USB Root Hubs - when I connect my USB phone or a
flash drive to any one of the four USB ports (visible from outside the
casing) on my laptop, I get a message telling me it would work faster if I
connected it to one the the eight (I think but maybe six) USB Root Hubs in
the computer.

Devise Manager has just reminded me there are five USB Root Hubs and a USB
Composite Device as well as four USB Universal Host Controllers and a USB2
Enhanced Host Controller.

Where oh! where ate these faster USB Root Hubs and how do I get at them with
a flash drive - or any USB device??

Thanks

Carl D

"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:

Please turn off your Caps Lock Key. It's considered shouting, is extremely
rude and makes the posting difficult to read.

I suspect there is nothing wrong with your printer, but the problem is with
the USB port. Right click on My Computer, select Properties. On the
Hardware tab, select the Universal Serial Bus Controllers.

Expand the tree, click on each USB Root Hub in turn and the the Power
Management tab of their Properties, UNCHECK the box to let the PC turn off
power to the USB ports to save energy.
--
Cari
MS-MVP Windows Technologies - Printing/Imaging/Hardware
www.coribright.com

"dreamtaurus" wrote in message
...
HELP,I CAN'T SEEM TO GET MY LEXMARK X-85 TO PRINT WITHOUT DOING A RESTART.
I ALWAYS GET "HAVING TROUBLE COMUNICATING WITH THE PRINTER" AND IT STORES
THE JOB. SO THEN I REBOOT AND PRINT, IT'S A PAIN IN THE BUTT. HELP
SOMEONE!!!!?????




  #19  
Old March 12th 10, 02:57 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
ray42
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Posts: 20
Default CAN'T PRINT WITHOUT REBOOTING!!!!!



"Carl D" wrote:

Thanks for this post, Cari - after a couple of test printings, it seems to
have done the thrick yet again. I tried with a nothing to lose, everything to
gain attitude because I use my Lexmark XC9350 wirelessly - what could that
have to do with USB power management, after all? Everything, apparently!

Whilst on the subject of USB Root Hubs - when I connect my USB phone or a
flash drive to any one of the four USB ports (visible from outside the
casing) on my laptop, I get a message telling me it would work faster if I
connected it to one the the eight (I think but maybe six) USB Root Hubs in
the computer.

Devise Manager has just reminded me there are five USB Root Hubs and a USB
Composite Device as well as four USB Universal Host Controllers and a USB2
Enhanced Host Controller.

Where oh! where ate these faster USB Root Hubs and how do I get at them with
a flash drive - or any USB device??

Thanks

Carl D

"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:

Please turn off your Caps Lock Key. It's considered shouting, is extremely
rude and makes the posting difficult to read.

I suspect there is nothing wrong with your printer, but the problem is with
the USB port. Right click on My Computer, select Properties. On the
Hardware tab, select the Universal Serial Bus Controllers.

Expand the tree, click on each USB Root Hub in turn and the the Power
Management tab of their Properties, UNCHECK the box to let the PC turn off
power to the USB ports to save energy.
--
Cari
MS-MVP Windows Technologies - Printing/Imaging/Hardware
www.coribright.com

"dreamtaurus" wrote in message
...
HELP,I CAN'T SEEM TO GET MY LEXMARK X-85 TO PRINT WITHOUT DOING A RESTART.
I ALWAYS GET "HAVING TROUBLE COMUNICATING WITH THE PRINTER" AND IT STORES
THE JOB. SO THEN I REBOOT AND PRINT, IT'S A PAIN IN THE BUTT. HELP
SOMEONE!!!!?????




  #20  
Old March 12th 10, 02:57 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
ray42
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Posts: 20
Default CAN'T PRINT WITHOUT REBOOTING!!!!!



"Carl D" wrote:

Thanks for this post, Cari - after a couple of test printings, it seems to
have done the thrick yet again. I tried with a nothing to lose, everything to
gain attitude because I use my Lexmark XC9350 wirelessly - what could that
have to do with USB power management, after all? Everything, apparently!

Whilst on the subject of USB Root Hubs - when I connect my USB phone or a
flash drive to any one of the four USB ports (visible from outside the
casing) on my laptop, I get a message telling me it would work faster if I
connected it to one the the eight (I think but maybe six) USB Root Hubs in
the computer.

Devise Manager has just reminded me there are five USB Root Hubs and a USB
Composite Device as well as four USB Universal Host Controllers and a USB2
Enhanced Host Controller.

Where oh! where ate these faster USB Root Hubs and how do I get at them with
a flash drive - or any USB device??

Thanks

Carl D

"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:

Please turn off your Caps Lock Key. It's considered shouting, is extremely
rude and makes the posting difficult to read.

I suspect there is nothing wrong with your printer, but the problem is with
the USB port. Right click on My Computer, select Properties. On the
Hardware tab, select the Universal Serial Bus Controllers.

Expand the tree, click on each USB Root Hub in turn and the the Power
Management tab of their Properties, UNCHECK the box to let the PC turn off
power to the USB ports to save energy.
--
Cari
MS-MVP Windows Technologies - Printing/Imaging/Hardware
www.coribright.com

"dreamtaurus" wrote in message
...
HELP,I CAN'T SEEM TO GET MY LEXMARK X-85 TO PRINT WITHOUT DOING A RESTART.
I ALWAYS GET "HAVING TROUBLE COMUNICATING WITH THE PRINTER" AND IT STORES
THE JOB. SO THEN I REBOOT AND PRINT, IT'S A PAIN IN THE BUTT. HELP
SOMEONE!!!!?????




  #21  
Old March 12th 10, 03:05 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
ray42
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Posts: 20
Default CAN'T PRINT WITHOUT REBOOTING!!!!!



"Carl D" wrote:

Thanks for this post, Cari - after a couple of test printings, it seems to
have done the thrick yet again. I tried with a nothing to lose, everything to
gain attitude because I use my Lexmark XC9350 wirelessly - what could that
have to do with USB power management, after all? Everything, apparently!

Whilst on the subject of USB Root Hubs - when I connect my USB phone or a
flash drive to any one of the four USB ports (visible from outside the
casing) on my laptop, I get a message telling me it would work faster if I
connected it to one the the eight (I think but maybe six) USB Root Hubs in
the computer.

Devise Manager has just reminded me there are five USB Root Hubs and a USB
Composite Device as well as four USB Universal Host Controllers and a USB2
Enhanced Host Controller.

Where oh! where ate these faster USB Root Hubs and how do I get at them with
a flash drive - or any USB device??

Thanks

Carl D

"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:

Please turn off your Caps Lock Key. It's considered shouting, is extremely
rude and makes the posting difficult to read.

I suspect there is nothing wrong with your printer, but the problem is with
the USB port. Right click on My Computer, select Properties. On the
Hardware tab, select the Universal Serial Bus Controllers.

Expand the tree, click on each USB Root Hub in turn and the the Power
Management tab of their Properties, UNCHECK the box to let the PC turn off
power to the USB ports to save energy.
--
Cari
MS-MVP Windows Technologies - Printing/Imaging/Hardware
www.coribright.com

"dreamtaurus" wrote in message
...
HELP,I CAN'T SEEM TO GET MY LEXMARK X-85 TO PRINT WITHOUT DOING A RESTART.
I ALWAYS GET "HAVING TROUBLE COMUNICATING WITH THE PRINTER" AND IT STORES
THE JOB. SO THEN I REBOOT AND PRINT, IT'S A PAIN IN THE BUTT. HELP
SOMEONE!!!!?????




  #22  
Old March 12th 10, 03:05 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
ray42
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Posts: 20
Default CAN'T PRINT WITHOUT REBOOTING!!!!!



"Carl D" wrote:

Thanks for this post, Cari - after a couple of test printings, it seems to
have done the thrick yet again. I tried with a nothing to lose, everything to
gain attitude because I use my Lexmark XC9350 wirelessly - what could that
have to do with USB power management, after all? Everything, apparently!

Whilst on the subject of USB Root Hubs - when I connect my USB phone or a
flash drive to any one of the four USB ports (visible from outside the
casing) on my laptop, I get a message telling me it would work faster if I
connected it to one the the eight (I think but maybe six) USB Root Hubs in
the computer.

Devise Manager has just reminded me there are five USB Root Hubs and a USB
Composite Device as well as four USB Universal Host Controllers and a USB2
Enhanced Host Controller.

Where oh! where ate these faster USB Root Hubs and how do I get at them with
a flash drive - or any USB device??

Thanks

Carl D

"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:

Please turn off your Caps Lock Key. It's considered shouting, is extremely
rude and makes the posting difficult to read.

I suspect there is nothing wrong with your printer, but the problem is with
the USB port. Right click on My Computer, select Properties. On the
Hardware tab, select the Universal Serial Bus Controllers.

Expand the tree, click on each USB Root Hub in turn and the the Power
Management tab of their Properties, UNCHECK the box to let the PC turn off
power to the USB ports to save energy.
--
Cari
MS-MVP Windows Technologies - Printing/Imaging/Hardware
www.coribright.com

"dreamtaurus" wrote in message
...
HELP,I CAN'T SEEM TO GET MY LEXMARK X-85 TO PRINT WITHOUT DOING A RESTART.
I ALWAYS GET "HAVING TROUBLE COMUNICATING WITH THE PRINTER" AND IT STORES
THE JOB. SO THEN I REBOOT AND PRINT, IT'S A PAIN IN THE BUTT. HELP
SOMEONE!!!!?????




  #23  
Old March 12th 10, 03:08 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
ray42
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Posts: 20
Default CAN'T PRINT WITHOUT REBOOTING!!!!!



"Carl D" wrote:

Thanks for this post, Cari - after a couple of test printings, it seems to
have done the thrick yet again. I tried with a nothing to lose, everything to
gain attitude because I use my Lexmark XC9350 wirelessly - what could that
have to do with USB power management, after all? Everything, apparently!

Whilst on the subject of USB Root Hubs - when I connect my USB phone or a
flash drive to any one of the four USB ports (visible from outside the
casing) on my laptop, I get a message telling me it would work faster if I
connected it to one the the eight (I think but maybe six) USB Root Hubs in
the computer.

Devise Manager has just reminded me there are five USB Root Hubs and a USB
Composite Device as well as four USB Universal Host Controllers and a USB2
Enhanced Host Controller.

Where oh! where ate these faster USB Root Hubs and how do I get at them with
a flash drive - or any USB device??

Thanks

Carl D

"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:

Please turn off your Caps Lock Key. It's considered shouting, is extremely
rude and makes the posting difficult to read.

I suspect there is nothing wrong with your printer, but the problem is with
the USB port. Right click on My Computer, select Properties. On the
Hardware tab, select the Universal Serial Bus Controllers.

Expand the tree, click on each USB Root Hub in turn and the the Power
Management tab of their Properties, UNCHECK the box to let the PC turn off
power to the USB ports to save energy.
--
Cari
MS-MVP Windows Technologies - Printing/Imaging/Hardware
www.coribright.com

"dreamtaurus" wrote in message
...
HELP,I CAN'T SEEM TO GET MY LEXMARK X-85 TO PRINT WITHOUT DOING A RESTART.
I ALWAYS GET "HAVING TROUBLE COMUNICATING WITH THE PRINTER" AND IT STORES
THE JOB. SO THEN I REBOOT AND PRINT, IT'S A PAIN IN THE BUTT. HELP
SOMEONE!!!!?????




  #24  
Old March 12th 10, 03:08 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
ray42
external usenet poster
 
Posts: 20
Default CAN'T PRINT WITHOUT REBOOTING!!!!!



"Carl D" wrote:

Thanks for this post, Cari - after a couple of test printings, it seems to
have done the thrick yet again. I tried with a nothing to lose, everything to
gain attitude because I use my Lexmark XC9350 wirelessly - what could that
have to do with USB power management, after all? Everything, apparently!

Whilst on the subject of USB Root Hubs - when I connect my USB phone or a
flash drive to any one of the four USB ports (visible from outside the
casing) on my laptop, I get a message telling me it would work faster if I
connected it to one the the eight (I think but maybe six) USB Root Hubs in
the computer.

Devise Manager has just reminded me there are five USB Root Hubs and a USB
Composite Device as well as four USB Universal Host Controllers and a USB2
Enhanced Host Controller.

Where oh! where ate these faster USB Root Hubs and how do I get at them with
a flash drive - or any USB device??

Thanks

Carl D

"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:

Please turn off your Caps Lock Key. It's considered shouting, is extremely
rude and makes the posting difficult to read.

I suspect there is nothing wrong with your printer, but the problem is with
the USB port. Right click on My Computer, select Properties. On the
Hardware tab, select the Universal Serial Bus Controllers.

Expand the tree, click on each USB Root Hub in turn and the the Power
Management tab of their Properties, UNCHECK the box to let the PC turn off
power to the USB ports to save energy.
--
Cari
MS-MVP Windows Technologies - Printing/Imaging/Hardware
www.coribright.com

"dreamtaurus" wrote in message
...
HELP,I CAN'T SEEM TO GET MY LEXMARK X-85 TO PRINT WITHOUT DOING A RESTART.
I ALWAYS GET "HAVING TROUBLE COMUNICATING WITH THE PRINTER" AND IT STORES
THE JOB. SO THEN I REBOOT AND PRINT, IT'S A PAIN IN THE BUTT. HELP
SOMEONE!!!!?????




  #25  
Old March 12th 10, 03:09 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
ray42
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Posts: 20
Default CAN'T PRINT WITHOUT REBOOTING!!!!!



"Carl D" wrote:

Thanks for this post, Cari - after a couple of test printings, it seems to
have done the thrick yet again. I tried with a nothing to lose, everything to
gain attitude because I use my Lexmark XC9350 wirelessly - what could that
have to do with USB power management, after all? Everything, apparently!

Whilst on the subject of USB Root Hubs - when I connect my USB phone or a
flash drive to any one of the four USB ports (visible from outside the
casing) on my laptop, I get a message telling me it would work faster if I
connected it to one the the eight (I think but maybe six) USB Root Hubs in
the computer.

Devise Manager has just reminded me there are five USB Root Hubs and a USB
Composite Device as well as four USB Universal Host Controllers and a USB2
Enhanced Host Controller.

Where oh! where ate these faster USB Root Hubs and how do I get at them with
a flash drive - or any USB device??

Thanks

Carl D

"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:

Please turn off your Caps Lock Key. It's considered shouting, is extremely
rude and makes the posting difficult to read.

I suspect there is nothing wrong with your printer, but the problem is with
the USB port. Right click on My Computer, select Properties. On the
Hardware tab, select the Universal Serial Bus Controllers.

Expand the tree, click on each USB Root Hub in turn and the the Power
Management tab of their Properties, UNCHECK the box to let the PC turn off
power to the USB ports to save energy.
--
Cari
MS-MVP Windows Technologies - Printing/Imaging/Hardware
www.coribright.com

"dreamtaurus" wrote in message
...
HELP,I CAN'T SEEM TO GET MY LEXMARK X-85 TO PRINT WITHOUT DOING A RESTART.
I ALWAYS GET "HAVING TROUBLE COMUNICATING WITH THE PRINTER" AND IT STORES
THE JOB. SO THEN I REBOOT AND PRINT, IT'S A PAIN IN THE BUTT. HELP
SOMEONE!!!!?????




  #26  
Old March 12th 10, 03:09 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
ray42
external usenet poster
 
Posts: 20
Default CAN'T PRINT WITHOUT REBOOTING!!!!!



"Carl D" wrote:

Thanks for this post, Cari - after a couple of test printings, it seems to
have done the thrick yet again. I tried with a nothing to lose, everything to
gain attitude because I use my Lexmark XC9350 wirelessly - what could that
have to do with USB power management, after all? Everything, apparently!

Whilst on the subject of USB Root Hubs - when I connect my USB phone or a
flash drive to any one of the four USB ports (visible from outside the
casing) on my laptop, I get a message telling me it would work faster if I
connected it to one the the eight (I think but maybe six) USB Root Hubs in
the computer.

Devise Manager has just reminded me there are five USB Root Hubs and a USB
Composite Device as well as four USB Universal Host Controllers and a USB2
Enhanced Host Controller.

Where oh! where ate these faster USB Root Hubs and how do I get at them with
a flash drive - or any USB device??

Thanks

Carl D

"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:

Please turn off your Caps Lock Key. It's considered shouting, is extremely
rude and makes the posting difficult to read.

I suspect there is nothing wrong with your printer, but the problem is with
the USB port. Right click on My Computer, select Properties. On the
Hardware tab, select the Universal Serial Bus Controllers.

Expand the tree, click on each USB Root Hub in turn and the the Power
Management tab of their Properties, UNCHECK the box to let the PC turn off
power to the USB ports to save energy.
--
Cari
MS-MVP Windows Technologies - Printing/Imaging/Hardware
www.coribright.com

"dreamtaurus" wrote in message
...
HELP,I CAN'T SEEM TO GET MY LEXMARK X-85 TO PRINT WITHOUT DOING A RESTART.
I ALWAYS GET "HAVING TROUBLE COMUNICATING WITH THE PRINTER" AND IT STORES
THE JOB. SO THEN I REBOOT AND PRINT, IT'S A PAIN IN THE BUTT. HELP
SOMEONE!!!!?????




  #27  
Old March 12th 10, 03:10 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
ray42
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Posts: 20
Default CAN'T PRINT WITHOUT REBOOTING!!!!!



"Carl D" wrote:

Thanks for this post, Cari - after a couple of test printings, it seems to
have done the thrick yet again. I tried with a nothing to lose, everything to
gain attitude because I use my Lexmark XC9350 wirelessly - what could that
have to do with USB power management, after all? Everything, apparently!

Whilst on the subject of USB Root Hubs - when I connect my USB phone or a
flash drive to any one of the four USB ports (visible from outside the
casing) on my laptop, I get a message telling me it would work faster if I
connected it to one the the eight (I think but maybe six) USB Root Hubs in
the computer.

Devise Manager has just reminded me there are five USB Root Hubs and a USB
Composite Device as well as four USB Universal Host Controllers and a USB2
Enhanced Host Controller.

Where oh! where ate these faster USB Root Hubs and how do I get at them with
a flash drive - or any USB device??

Thanks

Carl D

"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:

Please turn off your Caps Lock Key. It's considered shouting, is extremely
rude and makes the posting difficult to read.

I suspect there is nothing wrong with your printer, but the problem is with
the USB port. Right click on My Computer, select Properties. On the
Hardware tab, select the Universal Serial Bus Controllers.

Expand the tree, click on each USB Root Hub in turn and the the Power
Management tab of their Properties, UNCHECK the box to let the PC turn off
power to the USB ports to save energy.
--
Cari
MS-MVP Windows Technologies - Printing/Imaging/Hardware
www.coribright.com

"dreamtaurus" wrote in message
...
HELP,I CAN'T SEEM TO GET MY LEXMARK X-85 TO PRINT WITHOUT DOING A RESTART.
I ALWAYS GET "HAVING TROUBLE COMUNICATING WITH THE PRINTER" AND IT STORES
THE JOB. SO THEN I REBOOT AND PRINT, IT'S A PAIN IN THE BUTT. HELP
SOMEONE!!!!?????




  #28  
Old March 12th 10, 03:10 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
ray42
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Posts: 20
Default CAN'T PRINT WITHOUT REBOOTING!!!!!




"Carl D" wrote:

Thanks for this post, Cari - after a couple of test printings, it seems to
have done the thrick yet again. I tried with a nothing to lose, everything to
gain attitude because I use my Lexmark XC9350 wirelessly - what could that
have to do with USB power management, after all? Everything, apparently!

Whilst on the subject of USB Root Hubs - when I connect my USB phone or a
flash drive to any one of the four USB ports (visible from outside the
casing) on my laptop, I get a message telling me it would work faster if I
connected it to one the the eight (I think but maybe six) USB Root Hubs in
the computer.

Devise Manager has just reminded me there are five USB Root Hubs and a USB
Composite Device as well as four USB Universal Host Controllers and a USB2
Enhanced Host Controller.

Where oh! where ate these faster USB Root Hubs and how do I get at them with
a flash drive - or any USB device??

Thanks

Carl D

"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:

Please turn off your Caps Lock Key. It's considered shouting, is extremely
rude and makes the posting difficult to read.

I suspect there is nothing wrong with your printer, but the problem is with
the USB port. Right click on My Computer, select Properties. On the
Hardware tab, select the Universal Serial Bus Controllers.

Expand the tree, click on each USB Root Hub in turn and the the Power
Management tab of their Properties, UNCHECK the box to let the PC turn off
power to the USB ports to save energy.
--
Cari
MS-MVP Windows Technologies - Printing/Imaging/Hardware
www.coribright.com

"dreamtaurus" wrote in message
...
HELP,I CAN'T SEEM TO GET MY LEXMARK X-85 TO PRINT WITHOUT DOING A RESTART.
I ALWAYS GET "HAVING TROUBLE COMUNICATING WITH THE PRINTER" AND IT STORES
THE JOB. SO THEN I REBOOT AND PRINT, IT'S A PAIN IN THE BUTT. HELP
SOMEONE!!!!?????




 




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