Hello! I payd for your help: invoice # 72339 from 09/22/08 i don`t see your help. i need printer tuday, not tumorrow. -My printer won`t print document - ( DeskJet820Cse) In properties HP DeskJet820Cse I push the button "Print test page" it`s doesn`t print. i wait five!! min...- Ansver: there was error found when printing the document "Test Page" to LPT1 What should I do .
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The 820 is a really old piece of kit and i am very surprised that windows 7 has found a driver for it. I I suspect that it has used a generic driver as hp never produced a W7 driver let alone a 64 bit one. I dont think you will ever get it to work.
Srri but have been working on printers for over 20 years so take my advice and dont try and cure the incureable!!
I've not worked with one of these cables before, but here's what I would do: Right-click on the printer icon and go to properties. You'll be looking for the tab that says "ports." Open that tab and see what port the computer thinks it's using for the printer. Chances it says it's using a parallel port, but it is in fact, using a USB port. I can't tell you which to choose without looking at what you see, but I think you might find one that makes reference to a USB port with a parallel connection of some type. Try clicking on that and see if your situation improves.
I had this happen on my deskjet, it's the same symptoms as a paper jam, you can try seeing if there is any debris in the pathway, if you have some compressed air, try blowing the pathway free of any dust or hair this usually does the trick.
That's because the driver doesn't tell you the ink is low. The software does. The software doesn't come with the os just the driver. Do you have a cd for Win XP? I'll get you the link to download the software just in case.
hi, the printer has rubber rollers which pulls the paper in during printing, it seems like one side of the intake pully does not have enough presure or the rubber has hardned or worn out, hence it is slipping off,check that area , let me know.