Re: hp laserjet 1012 printer for mac OSX is continually...
I dont use macs do i could not tell you have to manage the print queue but there is something you can try.
Take the power lead out of the printer and leave it out for 5 minutes and let the printers memory clear then re-send the print, it could a big print and the printer only has small memory so it could take awhile to process :)
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The printer has a sensor that sees if the paper tray has paper in it, frequently by means of a finger that drops onto the surface of the paper. If this has been damaged, the problem you describe will be experienced.
Connect the computer via fire wire to another working one.. and remove the two sleep files.
Start your MBP holding down the T key
The issue is a corrupt sleep file. once deleted your computer will work perfectly
Apparently, with Leopard, you should be able to just plug in your USB cable and it will register. Go to Settings, then Print/Fax and click on the Add button. Make sure that the USB cable is attached securely both at the printer and the computer. I struggled with this for at least two hours, before my husband came home to fix it and it just worked. Very annoying.