I have been using my hp laserjet 1100 a long time ago
everything was o k but recently i noticed something strange :
every printed paper has a vertical black strip two inches wide and at a distance about two inches away from the right edge of the paper.
I have tried to clean the toner cartridge but the problem still exists.
Do you have any suggestions to solve this problem?
thank you very much.
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Not sure if this will help but if you right click on the printer and go to properties ( when your in printers and faxes ) and go to the ports tab I think it is and un tick the check box that says bi directional support and try it again.
Also what error are you getting thats printed off ?
what lights are on the printer and where are you getting the driver from, if the disc then try the latest driver from the hp website
Fred shine a flashlight down the paper feed throat and see if the feer roller is rotating when the printer tries to print. I have had to replace many of the feed rolls and separation pads in this series of printer. the tires get dirty or worn and feed multiple sheets or none at all. check for obstructions as well-sometimes the black mylar sheet which sits in front of the feed roll gets in the way of the paper path and has to be pushed in place. I have also seen paper pieces stuck next to the paper path switch which is visible after removing the toner cartridge. hope this helps.
In reading this HP forum I have found many other LaserJet 1100 owners who are trying to do the same thing as you.
Many of them recommend various cable solutions from Sewell. When you contact Sewell, make sure to specify your printer model, and ask what specific cables and/or adapters you need to make it work vis USB. They sound quite knowledgeable, and seem to have dealth with this before.
Firstly PRESS THE BIG BUTTON Secondly if this doesn't work remove toner cartridge and look inside there maybe a piece of paper in there. Thirdly Remove paper look down the paper feed entrance check there is no paper there. Finally Replace toner cartridge.