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Troubleshooting program for your printer

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This post has been created for all those users that work with Windows OS on their printers, and includes a very useful program that can help you detect any error on your printer’s drivers and set everything straight. This helpful little program is called WIndows Fix It.

Windows Fix It will help you solve the most common printer issues out there, such as paper jams that remain set in your printer’s memory even after they’ve been dealt with.

It’s very easy to install: you will only need to download and execute a single file, which will only take a minute depending on your Internet connection. To obtain better diagnostics, please Install Internet Explorer 9 on your computer.
Please select Windows Printing Problems on the program’s menu to access step-by-step tutorials to solve common printer noise problems.

You could also try to install and run another troubleshooting program on your computer to get rid of these common printer issues.

We will now show you how this troubleshooting program should run on your PC. This particular software doesn’t discriminate brands or printer models, and will identify and solve minor issues on your printing devices.

To download Windows Fix It, please click on the following link:

Download link for the Windows Fix it troubleshooting software.
You can start reading about the execution process once you’ve installed this program on your computer.

Once you download and run this program, this is the first program that will appear on your screen. It will run smoothly most of the time, but it could have problems with your antivirus depending on the version you’re using.
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We will know try to show you the entire process and teach you how to reach a solution for any problem that may occur on your printer, or at least suggest a possible fix.

If you have any doubts, don’t hesitate in leaving a comment in the section below this post. We’re glad to help you figure this out.

The first option is detecting and reviewing printer problems on your own:

This option will allow the printer to search the entire printer that’s having all these printing issues. In this way, the troubleshooting program will be able to identify each particular problem and ask us if we wish to accept the solution it’s proposing, or just give us a possible fix to this issue and not execute it.

The second option is to let the program detect and solve all problems by applying its own procedures:

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In this case, the troubleshooting program will start a review process on its own and start applying the solutions it considers appropriate. However, we don’t recommend this method, since the program can choose to fix other minor issues instead of the main one that’s led you to using it.We suggest you choose the first option and stay with it.
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The next step consists in selecting the specific printer that’s causing all this trouble and find a solution for the issue. The printer will display all the printers installed on your computer, so you must be sure of which of them is having some problems and be able to find a proper solution for them.
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This is the form where you’ll have to select which printer is having problems

After choosing one particular printer, the problem will examine it and search all over this device for common printing issues such as paper jams, diver malfunction or missing printer parts.

This will now appear on our computer’s screen:

The solution for these problems should appear on screen. In some cases, you will be redirected to Microsoft’s website, where you’ll be able to find a solution to any specific printer issue.

Even when this is a very helpful tool in solving common printing problems, you could also need to have a tech take a look at your printer and check for any physical problems in it. Please do not discard this option once you’ve downloaded Windows Fix It.

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All the pictures found on this blog post have been taken from a Windows program. All logos and images are copyrighted material, and we’re only using them to illustrate a point.

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