Question about HP LaserJet 4250n Printer
I have to manually press print on the printer in order for some jobs to print. This is a shared computer.
Make sure you and the other person both have the exact same paper type in you rprinter defaults in print properties. This is usually the case as the printer is looking for different paper size or type.
Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Remove any other pending print jobs in the printers que until you are left with just the problem ones. Just click on each print job and choose cancel!
If a print job in the que shows "deleting" but never completes the command;
If this does not work Go To Step2
If that does not cancel the print job:
Your Windows XP spool directory is located at
On a Windows 2000 machine the path is usually
It will Usually will contain files looking like these:
There will be two files for each remaining print job. Just delete these and reboot your computer. Your print queue should now be cleared.
*** To delete the print files type " del *.* " in the correct directory and press Enter. * Make sure you are in the right path i.e., C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\SPOOL\PRINTERS
If that does not work Go To Step3
If you are printing over the network, and cannot get the print job to clear the que after the above steps:
Go to the computer that has the shared printer attached and perform Steps 1 & 2 above.
If that does not work then go to the computer where the Print Job was sent from and perform steps 1 & 2 on that computer.
If everything above did not work then try this...
If all of this does not work then run a disk check on the computer that has the printer attached
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