And I just want to right-click on whatever printer you’re having the problem with and then select printer properties. Select the port’s tab.
Press Windows key + R to open up Run dialogue box.
Once you’re inside the classic Control Panel interface, use the search function in the top-right corner to search for Devices & Printers.
Once you’re inside the Device & Printers menu, right-click on the printer that you’re having issues with and choose Printer Properties from the newly appeared menu.
Restart the printer and computer. If the problem occurs due to a minor error, restarting the computer and printer software should resolve the issue.
Run the printer troubleshooter.
Set the correct printer port.
Update the print device driver.
Reinstall faulty USB drivers.
The error message “An error occurred while configuring mov” appears when the printer port is in use or the entire installed printer driver is outdated or infected.
Click Start, then select Devices and Printers. Right-click the Print Service icon and select Printer Properties. Select the Ports tab to make sure the pressure port is strictly selected.
Press any Windows key.
Click Devices > Printers & Scanners.
Click Add Printer.
Select Manually add a local or network printer in the settings and click Next.
Select Create a new port.
Change the port type to the standard TCP/IP port and click Next at the top.
Reset printer settings. Another window with a port configuration error message: An error occurred while configuring the port. This operation is not supported. This dialog also pops up to show some users when they clearly click the “Configure Ports” button. A full printer reset can fix this port design flaw.
Because auto-configuration of the printer port doesn’t exactly work, the public can manually configure printer roaming through the classic Control Panel interface. On the Ports tab, select the primary printer you have, then click the Configure Port button.
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