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HP D7160 Wont Print From PC

I have a D7160, it will print from the memory card of my camera directly in the slot but will not frint from the PC.

I have tried all types of paper and quality combo's - no joy.

What happens is that the first print is sent and a proportion gets through then nothing, it hangs there, I cannot cancel this 1st print job. For example the status will say printing, under size it will say: 9.71k/1.50mb but it never completes the file.

If I send another print it will queue behind the 1st, I can cancel the 2nd not the 1st, the 1st effectively blocks the printer and wont cancel.

The only way I can get it to cancel this job is to physically unplug both printer and PC from mains power.

Can anyone help?

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Did you check the manufacturers website for a new driver. This is the first step in the process. Your steps so far have been good. But the process is stepwise.

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