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I have a HP 1020 printer in my office. when ever i come office in the morning and start my computer and printer it print a page of last command given.

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  • kn_halwara Jan 17, 2009

    this is not a one day problem. this happen every day. those pages printed in the morning are already printed by the printer on prevous day.

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Plz delete the printing jobs pending from the printer job ques.

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