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Aug 31, 2009. I have an Oki B4350 printer that doesn't like to work under Windows 7, either 32 bit or 64 bit, but it works perfectly under Vista. Install XP Mode - ErrorCode Invalid Data Windows6.1-KB95855. Windows update could not be installed because of error 'The data is invalid. Nov 13, 2013. Hi We have a problem with XenApp's server and OKI Printers. The customer has 16 OKI Printer, all loaded with OKI Universal Drivers. Some user, sometimes get 'Invalid data' at the printer. I can fix this error with reinstallation of the printer. (Remove the printer from the print server, installed it again on the.

Error Invalid Data Oki B4350

I have an Oki B4350 USB printer that works well with XP and Vista. Just got a new PC with Windows 7. The driver appears in the Windows 7 preloaded drivers, and the Plug&Play install routine appears to work properly. But upon trying to print, nothing comes out, and the printer's display reads 'INVALID DATA'. The document leaves the print queue, as though printed, so Windows does not appear to know there was an error. Any suggestions? (I checked the Oki website -- they have nothing for Windows 7, and under Vista they just say it is preloaded with Windows -- there is no separate driver download available.) I have also tried uninstalling the driver and printer, rebooting and reinstalling.

Same problem. Thanks much for any ideas.

Hi F ooter44, Thank you for visiting Microsoft Answers. Do you remember making any changes to the computer recently?

I have few steps which might help you: Method 1 Run the “Fix it” tool from Microsoft that automatically diagnoses and repairs problems with printing, installing a printer, connecting to a network printer, and other related errors. To do so, click this link and follow the instructions: Troubleshoot printer problems Method 2 If it does not help, try to uninstall the printer and reinstall it again. To do this, follow these steps: 1. Click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Hardware and Sound. Click Printers (or the icon representing the type of device that you want to remove).

Right-click the printer that you want to remove, clicks Delete, and then click Yes to confirm deletion of that printer. 4.Restart the computer. Method 3 Try to print a test page and check.

To do this, follow these steps: 1. Open Printers by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Hardware and Sound, and then clicking Printers. Right-click the printer that you want to test, and then click Properties. On the General tab in the Printer Properties dialog box, click Print Test Page. Refer: Print a test page Hope the information helps. Please post back and let us know. Regards Debleena S.

• 474 Answers SOURCE: Does it have a control panel or buttons on the printer itself? If so, are any of them blinking or red?

Sometimes an error will cause a pause in the printer and you have to press one of the buttons to get it to start back up again. This is the link to the manuf. I did a search on your model, theres a few so i guessed. But the manuals are available along with drivers. Air Force Microsoft Hup Program Code.

I suggest you go and update them and go through the PDF and see if there is anything partaining to this issue. I went through the PDF a bit and didnt see anything partaining to the PAUSE issue but try going through and see if anything is it. On the printer icon on the bottom right of your task bar, right click on the printer icon and see if you can select CANCEL print job, then try unpausing it. Also, power off and then power back on and see if that clears it. You may have to un-install the printer and re-install it and update the drivers to clear it. Sometimes a Print job will get stuck in que when theres a jam or something and it wont continue till the issue is resolved, then you open and close the top cover and that resets it, it rechecks then continues. Posted on Feb 04, 2009.

It means the printhead [laser] is 'missing' - but usually it's just the data cable at the end of the printhead has popped out. Very common - we have hundreds of Okis at our corp and I've fixed this many times. Turn the power off, pull either the left or right plastic clip AWAY from the printhead, and carefully insert the data cable back into the connector on the printhead.

Put one end of the printhead nearest the data cable back into its plastic clip, and make sure the spring is seated on its little post on the bar, and then click the rest of the printhead into the clip on the end opposite of the data cable, again making sure the spring is seated on its post. Turn the printer on - your error should now be gone. Mar 01, 2011 .

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