Why is Kodak Network Printer not Printing PDFs from Adobe Reader?
In businesses where you use Adobe Reader to view, print and implement a basic markup on the PDF files, many users face issues occasionally when they try to print PDF files on a Kodak Network printer. Although the primary cause of the problem may be simple at times such as the printer may be not set up properly or ready to print, however, in other circumstances, the cause may be corrupted drivers or incompatible files. Calling at the Kodak support phone number, you can get the quick help of experts to solve out all sorts of issues instantly.
Printing Error Messages
If any errors encounter when you try to print PDFs using your Kodak network printer, it will inform you at times that no printers have installed on the system. Other programs can print without any issues, and some files might be printed from Adobe Reader without causing an error. In such situations, reloading the PDF file, restarting Adobe Reader and even rebooting the system often don’t fix that kind of printing issue; still, some file may print after attempting several repeats. Future efforts often will cause the same errors, even if a document is finally published.
Kodak Printer Errors
Sometimes Kodak network printer problems can be the reason of error occurs with Adobe Reader. You can solve such problems at times by turning off the printer and starting it again or removing the print queue to discard stuck printing jobs that stop the PDF documents from printing. In such circumstances, you should uninstall the printer from the system and reinstall it on your PC to fix the issue. Reinstalling it, you will be able to update the IP address of your Kodak network printer and other identifiers. At such time, you can also ask the help to fix the issues by dialing the Kodak Printer support number.
Corrupted Kodak Driver
Sometimes, you might not be able to print your PDFs files due to corrupted or damaged printer drivers. Adobe Reader can’t identify the Kodak network printer correctly due to the corruption. However, if your program doesn’t have the corrupted file during installation, it can easily recognize the printer and access the printing queue. Removing the print driver from the system and reinstalling the updated version of the software, which will be accessed via the Kodak’s official site, will solve the issue.
Adobe Reader Issues
As with the printer driver issues, sometimes Adobe reader can face corruption in installation and can’t make use of various peripherals like the Kodak network printer. To fix this problem, uninstall the Adobe Reader and install it on the updated version, which you can download it from Adobe’s official site. Installing the new version makes sure that bug fixes and other issues are included in the current version and may include some significant improvements over the program older versions.
In some circumstances, the issue can be caused by the actual file that you’re trying to print rather than the printer or Adobe Reader. Sometimes, you can’t print the file correctly due to the archive corruption or other inconsistencies at all. You can fix this issue by downloading the file again from the online source. Also, try to save the file with the new name with the use of ‘Save As’ option. Use the ‘Print as Image’ advanced printing option to fix the PDF printing issues because it sends the text document to the Kodak printer as a sequence of images than as a PDF file.