I believe your place of work requires everyone who wants to print something must have a password to use the printer. You may need to contact the administrator in your work to give you a password.
I found the messages as below:Indeed, the printer may need "accounting" or "department codes" which are pretty standard on business class printers such as Xerox's, Panasonics, etc. You definitely should talk to the person in charge of IT.
I installed the Samsung ML-1660 Series.My windows version is Win7 64bit SP1.What printer are you trying to install? What version of Windows? Is this at home, school, or work? You're not giving us a lot of information and we don't have telepathic abilities.
I installed two driver from above-mentioned site.But, it can't success to print out the document.Uninstall the drivers and reinstall again using the latest drivers from Samsung: http://www.samsung.com/ae/support/model/ML-1660/XSG-downloads
I plug the USB into USB3.0.How is the printer connected to the computer? The ML-1660 appears to be a USB printer with no network connectivity so it wouldn't have an IP address.
Hey guys,Uninstall ALL the Samsung software using "Programs & Features" in the "Control Panel", unplug the printer from the computer, and delete any and all Samsung printers from the "Devices & Printers" if still there and reboot. Now install ONLY this ONE driver, not two, from Samsung: http://org.downloadcenter.samsung.c...111155834296/SamsungUniversalPrintDriver2.exe
Now plug the printer back in and wait for the drivers install.
Windows 7 SP1You may not have USB 3.0 drivers installed. What is the model number of the computer you have?
FYI, you should use the printer in a USB 2.0 port anyways, there's no benefit in using USB 3.0 for a printer.
the question 2 is back of the computer.Guess I'll ask again, what is the make and model of the computer that you have?
Also, are these the USB 3.0 ports on the front of the computer or that back of the computer?
My kb , mouse and Printer can't work when I was plugging the USB into USB3.0,expect my speaker.Do other USB devices work in those USB 3.0 ports?