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Brother DCP-135C Printer only prints one copy


firstnoel

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My Brother DCP-135C printer only prints one copy even though I select it to print 2 or 3. I have gone into Printer Properties, and selected Advanced, and then removed the tick from "Enable advanced printing features" but this does not work. Please help as it is driving me crazy.

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northumbria61

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You may need to change PERMISSIONS to allow you FULL Control - here's how enter link description here

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northumbria61

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Here's the easy way -

Try this -

Right-click on the C:\windows\temp folder. Choose "properties," then "security."

You will see a listing that may include, CREATOR OWNER, SYSTEM, Administrators, Users, and Trusted Installer.

Click once on "Users (ie:your pc information\Users)"

In the permissions window below, the Users entry should have all of the same check-marks as the Administrators entry. To add check-marks, Click the "Users" entry once to hi-light it, and click "Edit." Add the needed check-marks. (Example - tick all the boxes - Full control, Modify, Read, Write etc.) then click Apply - OK

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