Fix Printer Problems in Windows 10 site

Learn Fix Printer Problems in Windows 10 from site after updating or upgrading to Windows 10. When can’t print after upgrading to Windows 10 or to the latest version of Windows 10, maybe a few things below can do to fix the printer problems.


  • Your printer manufacturer’s website should have the latest software and Windows 10 drivers for your printer.
  • If your printer has stopped working and you haven’t updated or upgraded Windows recently.
  • If your PC is running Windows 10 S, some printers might not work with it, or they might have limited functionality.

See also: Fix Printer Problems in Windows 10 with Troubleshooters

Ok, first you need to check whether your device is in an unspecified device state.

  1. Press Windows key + I  > Devices > Printers & scanners > Related settings > Devices and printers.
  2. Scroll down the list of Devices to see if your printer name and icon appears in the Unspecified section.

Then after you know whether your printer is in an unspecified state, let’s follow these steps.

  1. Please make sure your printer is turned on and connected. Check the power, Check the cables (wired printers) & Check the wireless connection (wireless printers).
  2. Uninstall and reinstall your printer

    Uninstall printer

    1. Select the Start  button, then select Settings  > Devices > Printers & scanners.
    2. Under Printers & scanners, find the printer, select it, and then select Remove device.

    Reinstall your printer

    1. Select the Start  button, then select Settings  > Devices > Printers & scanners.
    2. Select Add a printer or scanner. Wait for your device to find nearby printers, choose the one you want, and then select Add device.

    Note: When printer is turned on and connected to the network, Windows should find it easily. Available printers can include all printers on a network, such as Bluetooth and wireless printers or printers that are plugged into another computer and shared on the network. And you might need permission to install some printers.

But if these steps above don’t work, try reinstalling the driver. This step may be necessary to ensure that damaged or corrupted drivers are completely replaced. Follow these steps to remove the old driver:

  1. Disconnect your printer’s USB cable from your PC.
  2. Press Windows key + I  > Devices > Printers & scanners.
  3. Find the printer in the list under Printers & scanners, select it then select Remove device.
  4. In the search box on the taskbar, type Print Management, then select it in the search results.
  5. Select All Printers, find your printer in the list, press and hold (or right-click) it, and then select Delete.
  6. Restart your PC.
  7. Reconnect your printer’s cable to your PC and try installing the software and the driver again.

You need to know, some printer software asks you to keep your printer disconnected until it’s ready. Please see your software or driver documentation to determine when to connect your printer.

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