Does it only whine when it paper is passing through it? Does it whine before the paper is fed in and after it's ejected?
If so, could possible be the fuser unit.
If it only whines when paper is passing through, it may be the paper passing between a worn-out feed roller and separator pad, which are high-mortality items on this model.
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did u get a test print when u installed it....
do u c the printer hardware installed in the Control Panel/Printers and Faxes/
if yes then check to see if that printer is the default printer selected (a tickmak will appear in front of that)
else uninstall the printer from the Control Panel and re-install
In reading this HP forum I have found many other LaserJet 1100 owners who are trying to do the same thing as you.
Many of them recommend various cable solutions from Sewell. When you contact Sewell, make sure to specify your printer model, and ask what specific cables and/or adapters you need to make it work vis USB. They sound quite knowledgeable, and seem to have dealth with this before.
go to Start, Settings, Control panel, printers and faxes is your printer there? is there a checkmark? no, then right click and set as default, put your mouse over it does it say Ready? no, then change cable.
send test page, it should print, if not the USB or Parrallel input of your printer has a problem.