Close the issue document and try again if your printer doesn't respond when you press the Print button. If the problem still exists, restart your computer and printer and see if the situation has improved.
Test the ink cartridge, then ensure all the cords are correctly connected. Following the troubleshooting procedures listed below should help if your printer still won't print.
Choose System from the Settings menu, then click Troubleshoot. Run the Printer troubleshooter by clicking on Other troubleshooters. Try printing the affected document after the troubleshooter has fixed the issue.
Step 1: You can enter services by clicking the Search icon.
Step 2: Open the Services application.
Step 3: You should locate the Print Spooler service.
Step 4: Select Stop with a right-click on it.
Step 5: After a little delay, perform a second right-click on Print Spooler and choose Start.
Step 6: Click the service twice, then change the Startup type to Automatic.
Step 7: Ensure that you can print.
Install the most recent printer driver updates and see if that fixes the issue. Start the Device Manager programme. Update the driver by right-clicking on your printer.
If the problem continues, right-click your printer once more and choose Uninstall device this time. To automatically reinstall the most recent printer driver version, restart your computer. See if you can print it right away.
Disable your printer by going to Printers & Scanners. Then choose your printer software and uninstall it by going to Apps & Features. Reconnect your printer after restarting your computer. Verify that the printer now accepts your Print commands.
Run the Printer troubleshooter if your Printer Not Receiving Print Command. After restarting the Print Spooler service, upgrade the driver for your printer. Restart your printer if the problem still exists.