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right click on the printer it have to select use printer online, right click on the my computer icon select manage>device manager, check your universal serial bus controller it have not any error with yellow or red coler.
First try to scan from the computer to check whether the connection is fine between the computer and the all-in-one. We experience this issue when there is no communication between the computer and the all-in-one. If we are able to scan then remove the USB cable from the computer and open the printers and faxes folder in control panel if you are using XP. Then clear if there are any pending documents and right click on the printer icon and select user printer online and again right click on the F380 printer icon and click on properties >> advanced tab >> print directly to printer and click OK. Now try to print from the notepad and check for the results. If the issue persists then download the print diagnostic utility from the HP website and then run it.
Most USB printers need to have the printer driver installed before you connect the printer to the computer, did you install the printer this way?
Also, check and see if it is the default printer.
If those do not work:
1) Turn off the Terminate and Stay Resident programs MSCONFIG in VISTA. 2) Disable HP device discovery service. 3) Uninstall the All-In-One software. 4) Turn off firewall and antivirus. 5) Reinstall the latest software for the All-In-One. Hope this helps.