Receiving Fax: Why Printers Make Weird Noises During Transmission?
Printers emitting weird fax machine noise during transmission should be expected as the device prepares to load and print the incoming message.
Fax messaging machines are actually two devices in one as the printer is an integral part. As the messages are encoded, the built-in printer plots the information physically to be visible as a hard copy. Noises made during fax transmission could come during the process of transmission or during the process of printing. Continue Reading
Lexmark wireless printer like any other printer in the market share common problems. These are not however, problems associated with the printer but are more about connectivity. Continue Reading
There are special models of printers in the market that can be reconfigured to print using wireless printer connectivity technology.
Why wireless printer connectivity came into mainstream use? You may have noticed that computer and printer devices decades back were interconnected using bulky cables. The presence of these cables have to be arranged or installed discreetly to improve the physical makeup of offices. Imagine hundreds of meters of cables must be needed to complete a functioning local area network, that’s a lot of wires creeping around. Those days though are over, because wireless connectivity has taken the thunder from hard wired connections. Continue Reading
Fax machines are complicated office devices that rely on the telephone line to send and receive messages. Naturally, when fax sending connection fails the receiving side of messages will also experience the same irregularity. Continue Reading
Wireless printer connectivity is a common issue among printers simply because radio waves are used in the process. And because radio waves are not visible, troubleshooting is a hit and miss process. Continue Reading
When a printer, scanner, copier malfunctions, it affects not only document reproduction but also office productivity and efficiency. Some of the issues are physically communicated to the user through the error lights. Continue Reading
Sending a print job to a wrong printer other than the Canon LBP6000 regularly happens when a device is connected to banks of printers. It could be a setting error or it may be from the OS (operating system) default setting protocol.
It is not reason to panic though, when met with this situation, all OS are designed with a Continue Reading