Re: Computer goes into Hybernate Mode after each print...
Try plugging the printer power cable into a different power outlet, preferably an outlet that is not shared. I had a similar problem but in my case, the computer would crash. For some reason, the HL-5250DN demands so much electricity on starting a job that it doesn't play nice with the other equipment.
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Usually it is easyer to unplug the printer uninstall everything restart the computer and reinstall the printer ad driver rather than trying to find what the problem is ,
Make sure you read and follow Every Step provcedure of the installation process
if you have a print job stuck go in and hit cancel job. If it stays even after a few min right click "my computer" on your desktop and hit "manage" go to "services and applications" click "services" find the print spooler option and right click it and stop the service. Once stoped right click it again and start it. This should clear anything stuck in print queue trying to delete
One you have a messed up print job trying to print and when you turn the printer on the job just starts over.
Two the clutch that stops the pick roller is bad and the roller just keeps turning.
Unplug the machine from the computer and turn it off unplug power for awhile turn it back on not connected to the computer. If condition remains it is the clutch.
If condition goes away delete print jobs and re connect printer.
Hope this helps
This may me due to various factors. - The parallel port is only unidirectionnal. You should use ATcompatible for this port instead of ECP on the computer. - The driver sends data in topix compression not understood by your printer. - there is problem on your parallel port
That means that the USB turns off when you go to hibernate. This means that the USB port is configured to turn off when you go into hibernate to save power but does not come on. This can be chagned in the control panel then power options or power management. So that I can give you more specific instructions kindly provide me with the type of windows that you are using as well as the brand and model of your computer.