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Re: how can send fax thru internet
You can not send faxes thru the internet unless you use a service such as E-Fax. Faxes usually are sent via phone lines only. If you are asking anything else then you have to be more precise in your question as it is not exactly clear as to what you are asking!
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Odds are that you have a bad toner cartridge; especially common when using remanufactured cartridges. (Staples, Corporate Express, etc.) Replace your cartridge with an OEM HP cartridge and you should be OK.
Hi. The fax-module in lj 3055 needs a 100% analog dial tone. You might get it working on a internet-phone-line, but HP garantees nothing because there are so many internet-phone-providers, and all of them operates with different specs and line-quality. You might try to lower the baud rate, turn off JBIG compession and error-correction. If the problem still remains, you need to replace your phone-line to a 100% analog line. Not any internet or ISDN/adapter-stuff. You should test your fax on any analog line at a friends house, just to make sure the fax i working anway.
Below is a link to an HP tech site. They helped me with MY hp all-in-one. It turned out I needed to download a different driver from HP's tech website (the download is free) and that is probably what you will be doing, also. God luck.
This error typically indicates a problem with the line. Sometimes it's caused by noise (like from DSL on the same line, or alarm systems/home automation systems that use the same line).
Try other devices on the line, like a standard phone or modem and see if you can detect the noise issues. You may need to order a separate POTS line for faxing, especially if you are using the aforementioned services or VoIP systems.