Does anyone know how to duplex from the desktop? I have a document that is two-pages that I want to send to the printer and have it print one page on one side, and the second page on the other withouth having to go over and flip the pages. Suggestions?
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Probably the easiest way to turn off the Hex Dump mode would be to reset all printer settings. There should be a reset menu that will allow you to reset the printer to factory defaults. After which it should recognize the new ram and print normally.
If you want to set Print on Both Sides
(duplex) as the default setting for all print jobs (even single page
jobs) use the following steps.
or Printers and Faxes
from the Microsoft Windows desktop.
Right-click the HP Color LaserJet 2605dn_2605dtn
and select Printing Preferences
in Microsoft Windows 2000).
Click the Finishing
Select Print on Both Sides
under the Document Options section.
to save the setting and close the Printing Preferences window.
Close the Printers or Printers and Faxes folder.
Note:In this scenario, all print jobs, even single print jobs, will be
treated as Print on Both Sizes (automatic duplexing) for media that is
supported by the duplexing unit. For media that is not supported by the
duplexing unit, the job will be treated as Print on Both Sides
(Manually) (manual duplex).
The document I was thinking of referred to fuser wrap jams. I did some quick checking of duplex jams though and this might give you some guidance to check for.
These errors refer to jams when repicking to print side 2.
The spring of the duplexing media-repickup-sensor lever is unhooked
Check the spring and place it in the correct position.
The duplexing media-repickup-sensor lever is damaged
Replace the duplexing feed unit.
Poor contact of the duplexing media-repickup-sensor connector
Reconnect the connectors of the duplexing media-repickup sensor (J1945), intermediate (J1909, J1950) and the DC controller PCA (J4105).
The duplexing media-repickup sensor is defective
Check the duplexing media-repickup sensor by the sensor monitor mode. If the sensor is defective, replace the duplexing feed unit.
Poor contact of the duplexing repickup-motor connector
Reconnect the connectors of the duplexing repickup motor (J1771), intermediate (J1908, J1939, J1941) and the duplexing driver PCA (J4104).
The duplexing repickup motor is defective
Replace the duplexing feed unit.
Only if you print the first side then place the paper back into the printer to do the second side. Also referred to as manual duplexing. This printer has no automatic duplexing option.
Also keep in mind that the percentage of duplex prints you do should be very low as this printer has no method of cleaning the fusing unit as most printers do that are made for duplexing. The industry standard is 2% or less should be duplexed.