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Lexmark X2470 problem

Lexmark X2470 problem

Lexmark X2470 problem


I recently purchased the AIO (copier, scanner, printer) printer Lexmark X2470, but it's giving me a real hard time trying to make it function properly.

After the installation of the driver plus the additional Lexmark software I run a few test pages,so that the cartridge is using it's full potential.

However with every printjob it queus, the testsoftware keeps running over and over again, cancelling the real jobs for the documents that I want print out. It just keeps asking me to print out testpages first.

The scanning itself from the software goes fine, however printing it afterwards fails to work, same deal with the copier. It's driving me nuts!

I've tried uninstalling the software, leaving just the drivers intact, but unfortunately that didn't work either.

Does anyone happen to know any tips pointers on what I could try and do more?

Thanks alot.

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