Don’t use the IP as this will not work! I’ve been having issues with my Dymo label writer and I couldn’t figure it out! Proposed as answer by Hybridxero Tuesday, August 12, 3: Can’t imagine why it isn’t there. The printer works fine if I’m printing anything that’s not with the software, but when I try to use the software, I can’t switch to the printer.

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Friday, December 4, 1: Replies to my comment. Thanks for sharing, Ger! Surprisingly, this actually worked! Thanks for the help! Thank you so much!

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Edited by lastwraith Wednesday, October 28, 8: Wednesday, October 28, 8: However, I figured second time round that it must be something simple regarding some kind of update and there must be a simpler solution.


Tuesday, May 16, 3: Thanks for the fix. I assume that they disabled IP printing either as a security precaution from people accessing the printer around the world or so you’d have to buy their print server. The host I”m trying to access by the way is prlnt a lan line, but the PC i’m using to call the host is on wireless.

Tuesday, August 12, 3: Sunday, September 23, 8: Saturday, May 16, 8: Friday, April 10, Ugh, I tried again completely uninstalling everything and here’s prijt report I sent in to their tech support: Windows 7 IT Pro.

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LabelWriter 300, 400, 450 Series Print Drivers, Windows Vista/7 (64bit)

But as of version 8. Is there more or does it just say printing error?

This program requires a Dymo Printer. The overall goal is that I want to be able to access the printer remotely through a host computer.

Cannot print to DYMO LabelWriter (Win 7 RC bit)

Disabling bidirectional support worked for me as well! In the past I could get this to work by installing a LocalPort that pointed to the printer share, but it seems in Win10 this no longer works.


Locate the option for “Enable bidirectional support”; uncheck this option 6. Friday, July 6, Hi Jeanne H, Did you follow the steps in this blogpost?

Please try the following, as it resoved my “printing error” issues related to my Dymo LabelWriter Turbo in Windows 7 bit: When I installed the latest version, it never asked me where my network printer was it asked me in the 7. I’ve been pulling my hair out over this!

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