My 2840 has a setting for the print count. I want the printer driver for the program to dictate the count of the print, otherwise it will always print the quantity of the macro setting. How do I have it so the program sets the count?
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Apr 26, 2011 - 2 posts
I have a HP Color LaserJet 2840. If I am ... My Color LaserJet 2840 will only print on the right side of the page, how can I fix this? ... If I am copying or printing from the computer, the printer will only print the right side of the page. ... something obstructing the laser scanner blocking that side of the media path.
There may be a defect in the toner cartridge causing the odd behavior. You can try resetting the printer settings to factory default or upgrading the firmware. You can reset the settings through the printer's menu. The link below should allow you to download the latest firmware and it should provide instructions for performing the update.
A software program responsible for managing all print jobs currently being sent to the computer printer or print server. The print spooler
program may allow a user to delete a print job being processed or
otherwise manage the print jobs currently waiting to be printed.
Have you tried prinitng this in MONO on your 2840 printer.
Does Wordart from Word or other office programs cause this?
If it is the office suite, then look at downloading some service packs from Microsoft.
If it's just your 2840 doing it, then look at downloading a different driver.
For some printers there are different types of PCL drivers, like PCL5 or PCL6, these do behave differently per printer, so swapping the driver might not be a bad idea.
Also check if you are using a PS or Postscript driver, but again, try the PCL alternative for your printer.
I would install the different driver under another name, for testing, then if it works just delete the bad one.