Booklet Printing with hp LaserJet 1010 alignment problem
I tried to use Booklet Printing option in hp LaserJet 1010 on both sides of the paper. When I fold the A4 paper to get the Booklet, I found the alignment is missing and made the utility of that option useless. Help me solve this problem.
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First turn off the printer and then delete the job held at the computer in the print queue. Then turn the printer back on. The error should go away. Try printing the document again to see if the error returns. Normally a corrupt print job causes this issue. If the error appears with no jobs being sent to the printer then the formatter board is most likely bad.
Remove all cartridges, make sure any tape has been removed from over the nozzle. Ensure that everything has been installed properly, then use your printer (prompts on device, or in printer>control panel) to print some test pages, realign heads, etc.
Hi, update the drivers for the printer 1010 on the concerned computer. If the issue persists then please perform the steps below to manually add the ports for the printer on the computer:
1. Go to control panel then go to printer and faxes. 2. Right click on the printer icon go to properties. 3. Click on the ports tab on the top. 4. Click on add port. 5. Select standard TCP/IP port and click on new port. 6. Press next. 7. Enter the ip address of the print server it will show you the port (IP_ip address). 8. Press next. 9. Select the second option custom and click on settings button. 10. Select the protocol as LPR, enter the queue name as q1. 11. Select LPR byte counting enable. 12. Click on ok and press next then click on finish.
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue.
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Personally, on all HP Printers, I use only HP products, mainly Jetdirect Print Servers, but you might try creating a TCP Port Printer (via your Printer Install Wizard) and use that. You only need to know the IPAddress of the DLink and the Drivers for the HP Printer.
1) Ensure you've run the D-Link supplied automatic configuration wizard.
2) Also ensure you have "Netbios over TCP/IP" enabled in your network settings.
3)Ensure you turn off "Bidirectional Printing" in the Ports tab and "Enabled Advanced printing features" in the advanced tab, for testing purposes.
I know the printer connectivity is officially supported by D-Link (thru an independent 3rd party test facility) but it seems they may have had NetBeui installed, which is an outdated networking protocol.
Try the first 3 options I gave, if they don't work, then let me know.
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