Redo the printer installation. Fix the cause, not the actual message.
When you install peripherals such as Printers, scanners, etc make sure you install the software/drivers first and DO NOT connect the printer (or scanner) to the PC until the installation program tells you to. If you connect the device first the installation will either fail or you will get a generic Windows driver, not the full feature driver that the manufacturer supplies.
Uninstall what software you have installed, physically disconnect the printer. Restart Windows and then do a new install and do not connect the printer until the installation program tells you to.
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