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A printer driver is a software used to establish communication between your computer and your printer. A malfunctioning driver can obstruct that communication and prevent your devices from connecting. As a result, you won’t be able to use your computer to control your printer. Missing or corrupt printer drivers should be addressed fast to ensure you can still print.
If you are unsure whether you are experiencing a driver malfunction, use through Microsoft’s Printer Troubleshooting Tool or search for solutions in your manufacturer’s user instructions.
To check whether your driver is functioning properly:
– Make sure that the cable is correctly connecting your printer to your computer.
– Check the exact model and brand of your printer. You can find drivers that are compatible with your device in the manufacturer’s user instructions or on the website of your printer’s brand.
– Download the correct driver and run it to verify it is operational.
You should always have the latest version of the driver or update it regularly.
Printer Repair Centre can help you locate easily the driver web page corresponding to your machine. Below are some links to the main brands’ download pages.
If you are still experiencing driver problems, contact your manufacturer or call Printer Repair Centre for fast and reliable services.
Official Lexmark Driver Download Page
Official Brother Driver Download Page
Official Canon Driver Download Page
Official Samsung Driver Download Page