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I can't make my HP Laser Printer 2200 D quit printing ALL 100 pages -- and doing it again when I tried to stop it by pressing Cancel on print screen, and also ESC on computer. Just succeed in making it repeat the whole lot. HELP!

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What are you printing the pages from, you should be able to select what pages you want by going to file>print>selecting the pages

If you unplug the printer and cancel the print job in the printer queue then it should stop printing any current jobs. You can cancel the print jobs by going to Start>Printers and Faxes and right clicking the the printer and canceling the jobs

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Hi,

-Go to the control pannel menu
-Select add/remove program
-Select HP laser program and press remove
-Install again the driver of your HP Laser driver
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Hello,

The most appropriate in doing this is to let uninstall your printer driver and then restart the computer and reinstall the driver again.

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First, Swtich off the printer (main supply).
Remove all the papers (just to save them from being printed). 
Goto Start > Printers and Faxes> Open your printer (this window might already be open)
From the queue, right click the document which shows is printing and cancel printing.
Make sure that no file is present in the print queue window.

Now switch on the printer.
Just to be safe, just insert one page to see if it resumes printing. If not, its safe. Insert all the pages and continue.
HP printers sometimes does not obey the user ;)

Happy printing. :)

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U have to select the pages and then right click 1 by 1 and delete the printouts.

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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    u cannot delete all the pages together .u have to delete 1 by 1.
    and for the last printout to delete u will have to shut down your pc and then delete the last printout.and then it will go.

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