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HP Laserjet 1020 reprints on logon

Every time I restart the old prints are reprinted again at logon and could even cancel it

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  • Anonymous Dec 18, 2007


    Thanks for the reply,

    I apologise, i didnt clearly state my problem

    the actual problem is , say....... the first printout what i gave day before is reprinted today when I boot into my system ,I'm sure i cant find any pending jobs left at the printer , to be more precise this happens only once that too the first time I start my computer



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Turn off printer, Goto Control panel then printers and faxs, double click on your printers icon, a box opens with your pending prints, select file and cancel all documents, close all windows, restart printer

Posted on Dec 16, 2007

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    Soulvisitor Dec 18, 2007

    The only place jobs are stored is in print que as above, or on server's print que if network setup



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