Question about HP DeskJet 3325 InkJet Printer
This very basic printer often refuses to print & HP's workaround no longer fixes the problem. The HP website says to hit stop on the printer spool, to unblock whatever is sitting in the printer queue. Usually this fixes it (although it doesn't explain why those docs wouldn't go thru in the first place). Recently, when I hit stop on the printer spool, the docs disappear - but then i go to print something else and a msg says that i need to select a printer. I do this by hitting start on the printer spool (as my printer is definitely installed as the designated printer) which then brings back the docs in the printer queue - and still, nothing will print! can somebody help please, i'm going crazy! PS: I've read Norms solution, Mar 28 '07, but Im' not sure whether it's just a long-winded way of doing stopping the printer spool. Should i try it? And why doesn't HP's short cut work any longer?
I don't think it is a printer problem as such more a communication problem. Un install the printer software. Close down the Computer. Unplug the printer. Start the computer. Come off line. Disable the A/V software. Run the installation disk only plug in printer when prompted Tell us what happens
Posted on Jul 10, 2007
Pleas tell me why printer continously blinking and not print
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
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