Here are the solutions given for Epson L3110 Printer Offline
Step 1: fix your EPSON printer: turn off the offline printing feature.
- To open the Run dialog, hit the Windows logo key and R on your keyboard simultaneously.
- Go to your keyboard and enter control.
- Choose large icons for devices and printers.
- Choose your printer, right-click, and select the option to see printed pages.
- Check that the checkbox next to Use Printer Offline is unchecked by clicking Printer. Next, select Set as Default Printer from the Printer menu.
- Exit the window and test the printer’s functionality.
Step 2: You need to upgrade your EPSON printer’s driver.
It’s likely that faulty drivers are to blame for your Epson printer is down. If the aforementioned solutions don’t work, or if you’re uncomfortable installing or updating drivers manually, you can use Driver Easy to fix the problem quickly and easily.
Your Personal computer’s hardware will be detected by Simple Driver, and the drivers appropriate will be installed immediately. Driver Easy’s Pro and Free versions both offer automated driver updates. But, the process is simplified to only two clicks in the Pro version (plus you receive full support and a 30-day money-back guarantee):
- The first step is to get Driver Simple.
- Choose Scan Now when Driver Easy has been launched. Then, after launching Driver Simple, your machine will be scanned for outdated or broken drivers.
- In the free version, select the Update option next to the printer driver that has been flagged, and the latest available driver will be downloaded and installed immediately.
If you have the Pro edition, you can just click the Update All button to have the latest, most up-to-date versions of all your system’s missing or outdated drivers downloaded and installed immediately.
- Reboot your machine and see whether printing works afterward.