VersaLink B405, Software version: 38.10.91
I cannot get this printer to register with Google Cloud print. I have a Xerox Altalink and Epson printers on the same network that easily register to Google Cloud print, so I don't believe it's a network issue. Steps I have tried so far,
I'm having the exact same problem as the user above. The registration instructions page never prints, leaving me no way to actually register the printer.
I've tried updating the firmware, and it did not help.
Set the time (make sure it is within 3 minutes of your PC)
Much thanks for the suggestion. No joy, though. Nothing happens, nothing prints.
I really wish I'd done some research before getting this thing. It's abolutely useless for anything but basic printing and faxing.
I've also given up completely on using it as a scanner; if I need to scan a document, I use the $60 cheapy scanner in one of the back offices.
My VersaLink C605 with updates software is attempting to print the Google Cloud Print instruction page on A4. I do not have A4 paper. How do I get the machine to produce the Google Cloud Print Printer Registartion page on 8.5 x 11 letter?
This is bug 255837 for Google Cloud print.
You may get past it by setting the printer to just automagically print to Letter as the default.
What I have learned is that Cloud Print has no default paper-size setting of its own. When you use Cloud Print from a device it uses the devices Locale. So if the above fails, you can also try changing the printers region and keyboard to USA/US English and it should use Letter after a reboot. I don't know enough about the Xerox implementation to know if it is actually using the printers locale or the device initiating the command to register (PC,Mac,Phone), but I assume the printer
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