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HP Laserjet 3050, 2605dn, 1022n

My printers (all network printers) takes a long time to respond to any print job and I have tried everything. Any help will be much appreciated. My email is jorsmond@eastplats.co.za

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  • decmacs Jan 16, 2009

    Yeah, I do also have the same problems. It took 1 hours just to print 2 pages out of 10 pages left. Any solutions?

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Do your printers have built in print servers? go into printer properties advanced settings there you will find what is called priority default for this is 1 on hp change this setting to a higher number and this should improve your response time to print

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

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You need to discern whether it is what your are printing, your computer or a network issue.
Start notepad and type a few characters. If the printer prints fine then you might need a different emulation to print with such as a postscript driver instead of pcl.
If notepad prints slow then you either have a computer or network issue. Print from notepad on another pc. If that prints fine then check the pc you are using.
If the other computer prints slow also then check your network for throughput issues.

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What you can do is go ahead and uninstall and reinstall the printer drivers.This should fix the problem.If you want further support you can avail free technical support on
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One time un reinstall the all printer drivers Before u go to C:\WINDOWS\system32\spool\drivers\w32x86.then delete all folders and files

Posted on Mar 28, 2009

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