I have an HP 4100DTN (directly connected to PC) that will not wake up after going into powersave mode. At first it happened every time it went into powersave. I did a cold reset (powering it up while holding the green 'go' button) and now the problem occurs less often, but still happens at least once a day. Any suggestions?
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Re: hp 4100dtn powersave issue
I see that your machines are not on a network but do they have network cards installed?
The jet direct card can cause various problems. Look to see if they are in your machines and remove them if they are.
If that doesn't work you can print an event log and see if any errors corespond with the condition.
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