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Old 04-29-2004, 03:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry urgent!canon bjc 240 problems!!!!

Hy!I have a problem with my bjc printer.i have win 2000 instaled and my printer work fine untill next week.I thaught it was a problem with my cartridge becouse the light blink green,i replace cartridge with a new one and the problem seems to be fine with him. I complete all the self tests and working(nozzle,status information),but when i send a document to printer takes to long and after the size of the document is stabilished the document disapear and printer wont print.I check EVENT PROPRETIES and i find this error:win 32 error code returned by the print procesor 259(0x103).What is it and what can i do? Please help me!Thank you!
I reinstall driver 10 times or maybe more.Diferent drivers from many sites:canon,driver downloads etc.nothing solve my problem!thank you.
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The print head is clogged. Try running the print head utility a few times. Clean the print heads by performing a head cleaning followed by printing a nozzle check pattern. A head cleaning and nozzle check pattern must be performed as a cycle. After printing a nozzle check pattern, examine the printed dot pattern. Each staggered horizontal and straight vertical line should be complete, with no gaps in the dot pattern. If there are gaps in the dot pattern, continue with another cycle. Perform up to 3 cycles if necessary.

If that does not help then you can buy the print head cleaning kit from this site http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/kea0.html and if you want to see what is involved in cleaning the print head using the kit this link will help http://epsonhelp.freehttp.com/Printhead.html If you would like to find out one reason why the print head clogged after changing the ink cartridge read this link http://epsonhelp.freehttp.com/why.html if you want to really test the print output try printing the page from this link http://epsonhelp.freehttp.com/Color.html
I hope this helps you out.
and this is in the wrong forum it should be in hardware but i hope this helps
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The print head is clogged. Try running the print head utility a few times. Clean the print heads by performing a head cleaning followed by printing a nozzle check pattern. A head cleaning and nozzle check pattern must be performed as a cycle. After printing a nozzle check pattern, examine the printed dot pattern. Each staggered horizontal and straight vertical line should be complete, with no gaps in the dot pattern. If there are gaps in the dot pattern, continue with another cycle. Perform up to 3 cycles if necessary.

If that does not help then you can buy the print head cleaning kit from this site http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/kea0.html and if you want to see what is involved in cleaning the print head using the kit this link will help http://epsonhelp.freehttp.com/Printhead.html If you would like to find out one reason why the print head clogged after changing the ink cartridge read this link http://epsonhelp.freehttp.com/why.html if you want to really test the print output try printing the page from this link http://epsonhelp.freehttp.com/Color.html
I hope this helps you out.
and this is in the wrong forum it should be in hardware but i hope this helps
Wow, HardKore{Killa}.... you've outdone yourself here.... did you copy this from a website or something??? This is a different writting style than your other posts.... J/K

One thing that you might check is the spooler service in windows, it might also be contributing to the delayed print jobs. (Unless HardKore{Killa} is right and its a hardware issue)
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Wow, HardKore{Killa}.... you've outdone yourself here.... did you copy this from a website or something??? This is a different writting style than your other posts.... J/K

One thing that you might check is the spooler service in windows, it might also be contributing to the delayed print jobs. (Unless HardKore{Killa} is right and its a hardware issue)
LOL!!!

Hardkore definitely copied this from another website. His paragraph actually has puncuation and is spelled correctly. I'm not a genius or anything but even I can figure that one out. LOL!!:amazed:

As far as the printer problem: Are you trying to print the same document? Maybe what you are trying to print is corrupted. Try printing a simple document or try a test print from the 'printer properties'.
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nothing solve my problem.i dont understand why to clean cartridge head.my printer print self test so the printer is working.i try to print and other document,i also troubleshot printer,i check bios to see if port is set up corectly,i try to print from comand promt and still nothing.i dont know what means that error code .this could help me to troubleshot .i spend all the day on web pages to find a solution for it and nothing.THANK YOU AND I WAIT YOUR OPINIONS.
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One thing that you might check is the spooler service in windows, it might also be contributing to the delayed print jobs.


maybe you can help me how i can do this.please step by step !lol
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nothing solve my problem.i dont understand why to clean cartridge head.my printer print self test so the printer is working.i try to print and other document,i also troubleshot printer,i check bios to see if port is set up corectly,i try to print from comand promt and still nothing.i dont know what means that error code .this could help me to troubleshot .i spend all the day on web pages to find a solution for it and nothing.THANK YOU AND I WAIT YOUR OPINIONS.
Seems like you've exhausted every resource. Maybe it's just time to bury the printer and maybe buy a new one. How old is your pritner?? Is it under warranty still??

Not to sound rude or anything but I looked up your printer on Ebay and I found several that have a starting bid of 1 cent. I even saw one with a 'but it now' of $4.99. Maybe you could just buy a new one rather than go through all this headache. I think a good rule of thumb when it comes to printers: If the ink cartridges cost more than the printer itself then it may be time to get a new printer.
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lol ty i think this is a good solution lol .but when i try something i dont let the job unfinished lol.i love this printer becouse he help me a lot at university project lol.i still look for a solution.
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lol ty i think this is a good solution lol .but when i try something i dont let the job unfinished lol.i love this printer becouse he help me a lot at university project lol.i still look for a solution.
I understand. I wish there was more I could do to help you. Maybe give Cannon a call and see if they can help you out.

Good luck!!
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LOL!!!

Hardkore definitely copied this from another website. His paragraph actually has puncuation and is spelled correctly. I'm not a genius or anything but even I can figure that one out. LOL!!:amazed:

As far as the printer problem: Are you trying to print the same document? Maybe what you are trying to print is corrupted. Try printing a simple document or try a test print from the 'printer properties'.
no im actually tryin to keep my punctuation reall good so that people can understand me more often k
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