I have a sudden problem where my ASUS Laptop, with Windows 10, has developed connection problems with my Kyocera 1300D printer.
I have spent 4 hours tyring to fix this. I went to the Kyocera USA web sit e and downloaded an updated driver .
It started printing in the afternoon, but, when I arrived at the office in the morning, once again the laptop
was not communicating with the printer.
I consulted my local computer guru. He suggested reinstalling the updated printer driver again.
I went back to the Kyocera web site and go to speak to a tech rep. He agreed we should install the updated driveer again, which I did, with his supervision, although I didn't really need that.
Once again, the computer started printing for about a hour, I shut it down and went home, but when I returned to the office in the A.M. the computer was not communicating with the printer again!
Does anyone with knowledge of Windows 10 quircks have any ideas for me.
I am beginning to think that the almost daily "upgrades" for Windows 10 are interfering with this driver.
What do you think and how can I solve this problem?
I must here send a cry for H E L P !!!!1