Once I get this I have to turn the power off and completly reboot and put in another address that does work before it falls over again. This happenes quite often and is normally connected to an address even though it has found it in the location search.
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In absence of another solution, I finally switched the Officejet off. No idea if that "trashed" the memory or anything else, but it's working again - for now.
I am surprised that nobody, especially HP, has a real answer (let alone a solution) for this problem, when the same question about the same model has been asked since 2007 or before! I'll keep hoping, because the consensus seems to be that the "Assert! Memeory trashed?" WILL happen again.
An 'ASSERT' is a test, coded in some programming-languages,
e.g., the 'CPP' ("C-Plus-Plus") language, to say "if some-condition1 equals some-condition2 then continue to run this program", e.g., 'ASSERT X+Y = Z'.
If the logical-condition is false (e.g., X=1 and Y=2 and Z=99),
then you get an "assert-failure", and the program halts itself.
Now, why you get that condition, and what LSP (Layered Service Provider) has to due with apparently trying to install a security-patch downloaded from Microsoft, is another question.
Call Microsoft: 1-866-PC-SAFETY if you were installing a security-patch, and they, for free, will troubleshoot.
Sounds like a program error in internet explorer. Simplest way to fix this is use a new browser. Go to google and type "Download google chrome". Its safer, faster, and in the URL bar you can type any combination of words or letters and it automatically starts a google search- very handy if you ask me. Hope it works for you!
The printer displays an assert error code. Assert error codes indicate that the printer has an internal condition that may respond to a hard reset of the printer. Beyond that, service may be required. This document applies to the following products:
HP Photosmart p1000/1000, p1000xi printers
HP Photosmart p1100, p1100xi printers
HP Photosmart 1115 Printer
HP Photosmart 1215, 1215vm, 1218, and 1218xi printers
HP Photosmart 1315 Printer
SOLUTION: Hard reset of the printer
A hard reset of the printer may clear the error. Here is how to perform the hard reset:
Shut down the computer.
Open the top cover of the printer and remove the print cartridges.
Close the top cover of the printer.
Press the power button on the printer to turn the printer off.
Disconnect the communications, (USB or Parallel), cable from the back of the printer.
Disconnect the power cord from the back of the printer for one minute.
Reconnect the communications cable to the printer.
Reconnect the power cable to the printer.
Press the printer power button to turn the printer on.
Open the top cover and reinsert the print cartridges.
Close the top cover and print the calibration page.
Hi you can try wipeing the navman by connecting it to your pc and when active synk pops up explore it and delete the programs file and the my flash disk folder. Then when you restart it will create new copys of these folders. This has worked for problems in the past for me.