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I got problem with instal the printerwhat isbuild in ??

I got the driver it is port lpt1 but doesn't printing nothing !!!!??? i don'tknow why ??

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Be sure about the particular model or series.
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Windows 9x drivers _cannot be used_.

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:I have an Epson stylus color 600 I can't get to work with Windows XP.
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: the computer via parallel LPT1 port. I've installed the WindowsXP
resident
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: for this printer model (the Epson drivers are too old and not
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Basically, the PC is telling you that it expects the printer to be connected to the LPT1 port on the printer and that it is expecting the printer to be conversant with the IEEE1284 protocols.

Given what you have described, you should not be having a problem connecting the PC to the printer.

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LPT1 is the large parallel port, while you are using USB on this printer.

the red light came on probably because of a jam , or because of one of the documents in the printer cue.

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Unplug printer usb.
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If you have a different USB cable, also use it, just in case.

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To resolve this situation try the following:

1) re-install a driver. Goto HP.com and download a anew driver. COmpletly uninstall the old one.

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possible issue is port configuration. if the generic text driver works, apd driver should work too.

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The HP3420 is connected to your PC through the USB port and not through the LPT1/parallel port.

You have to change the port setting. Go to Start, Printers, right click on HP3420, click on Properties, go to the Ports tab, check/select USB, OK.

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Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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