Question about HP LaserJet 4L Printer
I have a laptop with USB connections and purchased an appropriate converter. Whilst the drivers have been installed (via Windows XP) and the computer recognises the printer, all print requests are ignored. I'm not sure what to try now to resolve this issue and would welcome some possible solutions - please note that I'm reasonably 'ofay' with computers but not sufficiently 'savyy' technically to implement more complex solutions.
I had a similar situation with a Konica Minolta 1350 W using USB ports until I figured until I figured out that it in important that you use a specifiv USB virtual port. If you load to Virtual port 1 and plug your laser printer in any othe USB port it wont work. You must plug into the virtul port that you load to. My HP Inkjet does not care which port you plug into but my Minolta laser does. Could this be your problem.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
That happened to me with my cannon ip4300 so I installed the driver again so I had 2 drivers installed on the computer. The computer named the seconed instalation cannon (2) .
number 2 worked the first didnt.
so used number 2.
later deleted number 1 .still all ok
wierd but worked.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
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