Question about HP OfficeJet 7410 All-In-One InkJet Printer
I keep getting this message:
The print spooler was unable to connect to your printer. This can be caused by your printer being turned off (which is not the case), the cable being unplugged (I am using wireless), or being connected to a VPN (don't know what this is), which will block your access to your local network. Your document will print when the printer becomes available. (never does)
I get the same error on my laptop or main computer. Anyone know what this means? It just recently happened. Was working fine before.
I think I have solved this, any way it worked for me.
Turned off printer and turned off wireless router made sure no computers are on.
Restarted printer make sure wireless settings are installed in printer then restart router.Once router is up and running switch on computer and you should be able to print.
Hope this works for you.
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
Print internal configuration page and check for IP address in printed sheet and try to compare with the driver information
Check for LED at network card if it’s on
Try to send ping command to IP address to verify connection and if reply is confirm
Uninstall driver and reload and try to search the printer with IP or hardware address while loading driver
If still any problem it could be network card have problem need to be replaced
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
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