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Hi Check through the paper paths for any obstructions. Remove stuck papers and make sure the paper feed tray is not filled to capacity. Clear any print queues. Disconnect the printer from power and re-connect again. Turn it on and try printing now.
In absence of another solution, I finally switched the Officejet off. No idea if that "trashed" the memory or anything else, but it's working again - for now.
I am surprised that nobody, especially HP, has a real answer (let alone a solution) for this problem, when the same question about the same model has been asked since 2007 or before! I'll keep hoping, because the consensus seems to be that the "Assert! Memeory trashed?" WILL happen again.
If the power was on when he did that there's nothing that can be done other than buying a new hp officejet, If power was off you will still have to get a new officejet, because then pins to read the memory card will be beyond repair.