Ugh, I tried again completely uninstalling everything and here’s the report I sent in to their tech support: Friday, December 18, 3: Friday, December 4, 1: When I installed the latest version, it never asked me where my network printer was it asked me in the 7. You are a legend. At first I tired the option to check the spool and made sure label was installed properly then I checked the Enable bidirectional support. I was a little worried that this nebulous “printer error” message was going to be hard to track down a solution for, but luckily this page ranks high in Google search results.
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Can’t imagine why it isn’t there. Friday, December 4, 1: Hi Jeanne H, Did you follow the steps in this blogpost? When I installed the latest version, it never asked me where my network printer was it asked me in the 7.
Proposed as answer by Hybridxero Tuesday, August 12, 3: Edited by lastwraith Wednesday, October 28, 8: However, when I try to print I always get and error message: I know I have remote access to the printer, because otherwise I wouldn’t be able to print at all if I didn’t.
Is there more or does it just say printing error? By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. I can’t believe that this makes such a difference with the DYMO but I guess it does because your tip worked.
Office Office Exchange Server. Thanks for sharing, Ger! Thank you so much! It’s very important to use the Netbios name. The overall goal is that I want to be able to access the printer remotely through a host computer.
In the primt I could get this to work by installing a LocalPort that pointed to the printer share, but it seems in Win10 this no longer works. What can I do in order to get the software to recognize that I’m trying to use the printer remotely? Friday, June 5, 7: Sign in to vote.
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However, I figured second time round that it must be something simple regarding some kind of update and there must be a simpler solution. Replies to my comment. Using windows 10 – go to control panel hold windows key and press X, then select control panel – double-click “devices and printers” Here, I could see that the Dymo printer had fallen into the “unspecified device” category and the simple solution was to manually update the driver I’ve been pulling my hair out over this!
Please try the following, as it resoved my “printing error” vymo related to my Dymo LabelWriter Turbo in Windows 7 bit: Add new comment Comments Hmm. Friday, December 18, 3: So I unplugged and then re-plugged the printer in to “reboot” it, and now it’s behaving properly.
I’m having the same problem. So I did the following which worked for me Surprisingly, this actually worked!
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I have the version 8. Tuesday, February 16, 8: Wednesday, June 2, 6: What could be the reason? My DYMO labelwriter does not show in “add printer” list.