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THE START BUTTON ON MY KODAK VERITE PRINTER FLASHES RED. It tells me to check the lock of the ink cartridges. In doing so I found a loose plas tic strip about 3/16 of an inch wide and about 2 inches shorter than the width of the printer.

8 Troubleshooting

Basic troubleshooting

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Some problems can be resolved quickly by power cycling the printer: Turn off your printer. Wait five seconds. Turn on the printer.

Use the following information to help troubleshoot problems with your printer.

For more troubleshooting information, go to:

  • to use our Step-by-Step Solutions and Repair tool for help with problems such as paper jams and image quality.

  • for FAQs and links to other support for your printer.

  • to download the latest software and firmware files.

  • for the recommended system requirements.

ProblemPossible Solutions

Printer does not power on

  • Make sure you are using the power cord that came with your printer.

  • Make sure the power cord is connected to the AC adapter and is plugged into an outlet or power strip.

  • If the USB 2.0 cable was disconnected from the printer, then reconnected, or if power to the printer was interrupted, restart the computer.

Printer not detected

  • Make sure your printer is plugged in and turned on.

  • Make sure:

    • you have a USB 2.0 cable.

    • that the USB cable is connected to both your printer and your computer.

Printhead carriage jam

  • Open the printer access door and clear any obstructions.

  • Check that the printhead and ink cartridges are installed correctly. (The printhead and ink cartridges are installed correctly when you hear them click into place.)

Image quality problems

  • For best results, use KODAK Paper or a paper with the COLORLOK Technology logo on the package.

  • Make sure the paper is loaded correctly. See Loading paper

  • For more help, go to, select All-in-one printer, then Print Quality (missing colors, blank prints, etc).

Ink cartridge problems

  • Check that KODAK Ink Cartridge(s) are installed. Do not use non-Kodak brand or refilled ink cartridges.

  • Remove, then install the cartridges again. Make sure the cartridges click into place.

Paper jam

  • Check for paper in the rear-access cleanout area.

  • Open the printer access door and gently remove any paper from inside the printer.

  • Make sure the paper in the tray is free of tears or creases.

  • Make sure you do not overload the paper tray.

For more information, see Select All-in-one printer, then Paper jam.

Error messages or other problems you cannot resolve

If you need to contact Kodak (see, have the following information available:

  • Kodak Service Number (located inside or on the outside of the printer)

  • Printer mode number (located on the back of the printer)

  • Computer model, operating system, and version of Home Center Software

  • Exact wording of any error message(s)

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Last updated on October 29th, 2016

In Windows 8 (& 8.1), 7 & Vista Operating Systems, you cannot load a driver or execute a program that hasn’t a Driver Signature. Driver Signing is a method to verify the identity of the software publisher or the hardware (driver) vendor in order to protect your system from been infected with malware rootkits, that are able to run on the lowest level of Operating System. This means that all drivers and programs must be digitally signed (verified) in order to be installed and run on latest Windows Operating Systems.

Digital Signatures ensure that the software publisher or hardware vendor is trusted and verified by Microsoft. But in real life, publishers and vendors cannot always pay Microsoft to verify all their products or Microsoft cannot verify all the drivers or programs that are published every day. But this becomes a problem in the case that you own an old unsigned legitimate software or driver and you want to install or load it to your computer, because the OS doesn't allow it to work or load.

Problems-Symptoms that are solved with this guide:
Windows cannot verify the digital signature for this file. (0xc0000428)
– Windows requires digitally signed driver OR Digitally signed driver is required.
– Digital Signature Not Found.
– Cannot load or install an unsigned driver.
– Cannot run (execute) an unsigned software (program).
– Windows did not find a Microsoft signature associated with the software package you want to install.

In order to resolve digitally signed driver installation errors, follow the steps below:

How to Disable Driver Signature Enforcement in Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, or Windows Vista.

Attention: Keep in mind that disabling the Driver Signature Enforcement is a security risk, and you must disable it only if you are sure that the driver or program that you want to install and run is trusted and legitimate.

Solution 2: Disable Driver Signature completely.

Solution 1: Disable Driver Signature once.*

* Note: Use this solution to disable driver Signature Enforcement just once in order to install a unsigned driver (e.g. your old printer driver).

Step 1. Enter in Advanced Options menu.

Windows 7 & Vista

To enter in Advanced Options menu in Windows 7 and Vista OS:

  1. Close all programs and reboot your computer.
  2. Press the 'F8' key as your computer is booting up, before the appearance of the Windows logo.
  3. When the 'Windows Advanced Options Menu' appears on your screen, use your keyboard arrow keys to highlight the “Disable Driver Signature Enforcement” option and then press 'ENTER'.

Windows 10, 8 & 8.1

To enter in Advanced Options menu in Windows 10, 8.1 & 8 OS:

1. Rightclick at the Windows Start button and select Shut Down or sign out.

2.Press and HOLD down the SHIFT key and then click Restart.

3. When Windows restarts, press“Troubleshoot” .

4. In the “Troubleshoot options” screen, choose “Advanced options”.

5. In the “Advanced Options” window, choose “Startup Settings”.

6. In “Startup Settings” screen, click “Restart”.

7. After restart, select the 'Disable driver signature enforcement' option and press Enter. *

* Note: If you see the below screen (Startup Settings), press the “F7” (or the “7”) key on your keyboard to select the“Disable driver signature enforcement” option.

8. Then,proceed to install your unsigned driver. During the installation procedure, Windows will inform you that can’t verify the publisher of this driver software. At this point, ignore the warning message and choose “Install this driver software anyway” to complete the installation.

Normally installation should be done without errors now. Keep in mind that after the restart, the driver signature enforcement will be enabled again to avoid security risks. If you want to keep driver signature enforcement always disabled, then you must apply solution 2.

Solution 2: Disable Driver Signature completely.*

*Note: Use this solution only if you want to keep driver signature enforcement always disabled. (e.g. if you always want to run an old legitimate software).

In this solution, we are going to modify Windows Boot loader options with the BCDEDIT tool.

Step 1. Disable Secure Boot in BIOS.

1. Power On your computer and launch BIOS SETUP settings.

2. In BIOS, disable the Secure Boot option. (the setting is commonly found at Security section or at Boot Options section)

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Step 2. Modify Windows Boot Loader.

– In order to modify boot loader, open “Command Prompt” in administrative mode:

1. Rightclick at the Windows Start button and choose “Command Prompt (Admin)”.

2. Choose “Yes” at User Account Control” warning message:

3. Inside the command prompt window, type the following command and press “Enter”:

  • bcdedit /set testsigning on

You should receive “The operation completed successfully” message.

4. Close command prompt window and restart your computer.

From now on, you will be able to install or run any unsigned driver or program without problems.

How to enable Driver Signature Enforcement.

1. In case that you want to enable driver signature enforcement in the future and avoid security risks, then open “Command Prompt” with elevate rights again.

2. Type type the following command and press “Enter

  • bcdedit /set testsigning off

You should receive “The operation completed successfully” message.

3. Close command prompt window and restart your computer.

4. Install the unsigned driver. *

* Note: If you still cannot install unsigned drivers then:

1. Open a command prompt with Administrative privileges and type this command:

  • bcdedit /set nointegritychecks ON

2. Restart your computer

3. Install the unsigned driver.

To re-enable device driver signing, again type: bcdedit /set nointegritychecks OFF

That’s it!

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