Currently Being ModeratedApr 21, 2012 5:52 PM (in response to ethanchicago)
I have this problem too. Here's my setup:
Windows 7 >==ethernet==> Airport Express (7.6.1) >==USB==> Dell 1320c
I have the latest drivers, my PC is completely up to date with the latest Windows updates. When I try to print a page, it just sits in the queue. I am also unable to use the dell tools to connect to the printer to get its status.
I have tried using Bonjour as well as configuring the TCP/IP connection manually. Here are the settings for the printer:
* Standard TCP/IP Port
* Port 9100
* bidirectional support is enabled
* Print processor: winprint, Data type: RAW
* Dell Color Laser 1320c Driver
* Spooling, start printing when last page is spooled
* Not shared (through this computer)
I tried disabling my firewall, my antivirus, etc., and I was able to telnet to port 9100 on the IP where my printer is supposed to be (same IP as the AE, right?)
If anyone knows of anything that I might be able to try to solve this, I would really appreciate the help. I am at my wit's end
Currently Being ModeratedJun 18, 2012 10:39 AM (in response to mattcbowman)
I have been investigating this, and discovered by chance that disabling bi-directional support makes it work fine. Might investigate further to see WHY, but at least its a solution.
Hope you can get the same to work for you.