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    Chromebook Print now LOOPs

    by ehgreen ·


    Chromebook PRINT Failure

    Need specific “fix” for post-Cloud Print Looping.
    Ctl-P and other routine no longer displays a list of printers.
    MISSING some CODE!

    =========This Help WRONG=========================

    Step 2: Print a page
    To print the page, image, or document you’re viewing, press Ctrl + p.
    — — — — — — — NEVER gets to next Step — — —
    Next to “Destination,” select the Down arrow Down arrow.
    Select See more…
    Choose your printer.
    Tip: Some printers will automatically appear on this list. If you don’t find your printer on the list, select Manage.

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    • #2416938

      Chromebook Print now LOOPs

      by ehgreen ·

      In reply to Chromebook Print now LOOPs

      TR had info related, now out of date by ANDY WOLBER

    • #2416935
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      At the office

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Chromebook Print now LOOPs

      When we see this we do the full up factory reset on the Chromebook and have the user log back in.

      We tend to use the Google everything answer for printing setup at but there are folk without compatible printers who have to deal with that on their own.

      • #2416932

        Chromebook Print now LOOP

        by ehgreen ·

        In reply to At the office

        Sorry, Factory Reset is extreme !
        Link is to old and even depreciates itself at the top.

        Problem started a few days ago and IMHO was because of some ‘update’ which removed the CloudPrint code with out linking/jumping to a list of printers !

        • #2416927
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          Factory reset is not extreme.

          by rproffitt ·

          In reply to Chromebook Print now LOOP

          When the user logs in, all their apps and files are still there. Unlike other OSes. If there is something very non-standard in use, I don’t see it mentioned.

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