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I haven't given this a try yet. It seems that unchecking SMNP only applies to a printer connected directly to the network, correct? I found this registry solution on another thread; it's supposedly for systems running Windows Server, but I decided to give it a shot on my Windows 7 problem.
Anyone else try this? Thanks for posting in Microsoft TechNet Forum. First of all, please kindly refer to the following article to see if it could help you: A computer that is running Windows 7 or Windows Server R2 intermittently cannot use a shared network printer to print. If this issue persists, perform the following steps after backing up the registry.
Click Start, click Run, type regedit , and then click OK. Locate and then click the following registry subkey: In the Value data box, type 1, and then click OK. If this registry entry is set to 1, the print queue status is displayed as "Ready" instead of as "Offline" when a printer device does not respond to SNMP commands. Exit Registry Editor. Hope it helps. Alex Zhao. The cause is DHCP. Plain and Simple. Your computer is looking for the printer on the network with the IP address it was set up with.
There are two seneros:. Your printer is connected to a computer via USB. This printer is configured as Shared. Your Printer is connected to the network wirelessly.
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Only cable out of your printer is power cord. You need to configure your printer with a static IP address in your printer. There are two scenarios:.
You're also wrong, we spent a bunch of time talking about DHCP. That's not the issue.
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My printers are all configure with either static IP or reserved IP depending on the client and specific situations. Anyone who sets up a network printer with DHCP should be fired. I have printers that have been on the network functioning for years with static IP and as I add Windows 7 clients to the network they do not stay connected.
The solution is to replace all your printers with HP printer. For whatever reason I've never seen this problem occur with an HP device. This whole thing with SNMP is a workaround that works for some and not others. Then when you recover the print spooler, for whatever reason the printers in question don't reconnect and won't reconnect. I know this isn't really an answer but replacing the printer with a current HP model will in fact make your headaches go away. I've been having this problem for sometime now with one Windows 7 machine only. I was using a print server and the printer would go offline, so I connected the printer to another Windows 7 machine which by the way never had a problem with the printer being offline and the printer would still go offline.
SNMP isn't there to uncheck and neither is offline printing. My son-in-law who owns a computer business told me it could be having the problem after coming out of "Sleep" or "Hibernate" mode. The Windows 7 machine that had printing problems was set to both sleep and hibernate. The Windows 7 machine that never had print problems was set to never sleep or hibernate, only a blank screen saver.
The machine is now set to never sleep or hibernate and so far so good. I thought I'd throw this out because it had never been mentioned as a potential cause. I have run through all of the 'fixes' on here and other forums. I find the whole "go get HP products" thing unhelpfull. I am currently IT support with only a few months experiance and limited knowledge from a home network no servers P2P. Heres what i have tried;. The computers in question already had those turned off and still do.
Try opening printers and devices and hitting F5 to refresh when they are showing offline and see if they return without a spooler restart some customers have reported this works. While not a solution, we just need to confirm if this brings them online or not. Client side key: Server side key: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.
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This changes the spooler behavior for polling the print servers for the print queue status.