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Delete the device from the Printer folder and reinstall it.

Get updated driver at www.hp.com/support for your OS

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Printing is always blair and i cant view what is printer


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HP LaserJet Professional M1130/M1210 MFP - Interpret control-panel light patterns (M1130 Series only) Interpret control-panel light patterns (M1130 Series only) If the product requires attention, an error code appears on the control-panel display. Status-light legend c01993382.gif Symbol for "light off" c01993383.gif Symbol for "light on" c01993381.gif Symbol for "light blinking" Control-panel light patterns Light status Error code State of the product Action All lights are off.

c01993373.gif The product is turned off. Press the power button to turn on the product. Ready and attention lights blink.

c01993380.gif The status lights cycle during the formatter initialization period or when the product is processing a cleaning page. No action is required. Wait for the initialization period to end. The product should enter the ready state when the initialization period is finished. Ready light is on.

c01993421.gif The product is in the ready state. No action is required. The product is ready to receive a print job. Ready light is blinking.

c01993420.gif The product is receiving or processing data. No action is required. The product is receiving or processing a print job. Ready light is blinking slowly.

c01993420.gif The product is in low power mode. No action is required. Attention light is blinking.

c01993418.gif E0 Paper is jammed in the product. Clear the jam. E1 The input tray is empty. Load the tray. E2 A door is open Verify that the print-cartridge door is fully closed. E4 The product memory is full The job is too complex for the product to print. Simplify the job, or divide it into multiple files. E5 The product did not pick up paper from the tray. You might need to clean or replace the pickup roller. H0 The product is in manual-feed mode. Load the correct paper type and size into the input tray. H1 The product is processing a manual duplex job. Load the pages into the input tray to print the second sides. The attention and toner lights are blinking.

c01993375.gif E3 The print cartridge is missing or is not installed correctly. Install the print cartridge. The toner light is on.

c01993429.gif The print cartridge has reached the end of its estimated useful life. When the supply has reached this condition, the HP Premium Protection warranty for that supply has ended. You do not need to replace the print cartridge at this time unless print quality is no longer acceptable. Attention light is blinking, and ready light is on.

c01993379.gif The product has experienced a continual error from which it will recover on its own. If the recovery is successful, the product continues to the processing data state and completes the job.

If the recovery is unsuccessful, the product continues to the continuable error state. Try removing any media from the media path and turning the product power off, and then on again. The attention and ready lights are on.

c01993388.gif E6

E7

E8

E9 The product has experienced a fatal error from which it cannot recover.
  1. Turn off the product or disconnect the power cord from the product.
  2. Wait 30 seconds, and then turn on the product or reconnect the power cord to the product.
  3. Wait for the product to initialize.


If the error persists, contact HP customer support

Mar 01, 2013 | HP LASERJET PRO M1132 MFP

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The toner and the exclamation lights are steady and i just replaced the toner for thos one E260A11A AND IT DOESN'T PRINT ANYTHING not even the test page please help need to print inmediatly


Press and release to clear the light sequence and continue processing the print job. With the printer turned off, remove the toner cartridge and shake it to extend its life. Check the newly installed toner cartridge if it is the one suitable for your region.


For further assistance, please call Lexmark Technical Support.

Jun 23, 2011 | Lexmark E260dn Laser Printer

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Printing - print job arives @ printer no output


Sounds like a driver problem. Some printers require eoj (end of job) character & will wait forever.
Do a test print (search internet on how to print status page- usually button press combo). If you get a printout, you know the print engine is good.
If the printer is able to parse text, then try sending an ascii test file & see if anything prints. This will tell you whether it's a comm issue or rendering issue.

Jun 02, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Solid orange light and blinking green lights


To check the light Pattern of your printer

Click on Light and Error HP Laser jet 1012 Printer

Check the error details from the above link

Condition of the printer Action/Description Ready

The printer is ready to print. No action is necessary. Processing

The printer is receiving or processing data. Wait for the job to print. Processing...(job name) Ready LED is blinking.

This message is displayed while the printer is processing a current job, but has not begun to pick pages. Processing...(job name) From Tray XX Ready LED is blinking.

This message comes up for any job, once the printer starts to pick paper. Manual Feed or Continuable Error

The printer is attempting to Manual feed, media is not loaded in the paper tray, media loaded is the wrong size or type. Verify that the correct media is loaded.

Press and release the GO button to continue printing. Out of memory

The printer is out of memory. The page you are printing might be too complex for the printers memory capacity. Try lowering the resolution. See Understanding print quality settings for more information. Door open, media out, no print cartridge, or media jam

The printer is in an error state that requires operator intervention or help. Check the following:
  • The print cartridge door is completely closed.
  • Media is loaded.
  • The print cartridge is correctly installed in the printer.
  • There is no media jam.
Printer initialization

A printer initialization is taking place. No action is necessary. Fatal error

All lights are on.
  • Unplug the printer for 30 minutes, and then plug it back in.
  • If the printer still has an error, contact HP Support.
All lights are off.
  • Verify that the printer is turned on.
  • Make sure that there is power.
  • Unplug both ends of the power cord, and plug them back in.
Job Cancel

All the LEDs cycle. Canceling...(job name)

The Job Cancel button was pressed and the job is aborted. Power ON

All the LEDs cycle. Checking Paper Path and Checking Printer

This only occurs at power up. Cleaning mode/Engine test

A cleaning page or engine test page is printing.

All the LEDs cycle. Cleaning Page prints

Wait until the cleaning page is finished printing and the printer is in Ready mode. This could take up to two minutes.

Wait until the engine test page is finished printing and the printer is in Ready mode. Clearing Event Log

All the LEDs cycle.

This will happen automatically during an NVRAM Init and a cold reset. No message will be displayed. No Action is Necessary. Power On

Initializing

This occurs when the product is powered on and coming out of EDOS. No Action is Necessary.



Jan 03, 2010 | HP LaserJet 1012 Printer

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After a ps print job is sent and printed by the


There is probably nothing wrong with the printer, but it may not be be receiving all the dope it needs. Usually the printer needs a CR/LF signal at the end of the file to print. If it doesn't get that it will assume that it hasn't got all the file and will hang. This may be a setting in the application producing the file, or a setting on the printer itself (i.e needing either a full CR/LF signal or just one of these). Don't like the idea that it doesn't print its own test page though....

Dec 01, 2009 | Ricoh Aficio CL7000 Laser Printer

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We have a spooling problem. The sharp mx-2300n just says "ripping" and 20% complete but won't move from there and print anything. Can cancel print job from Mac but won't stop anything at the printer end....


Go into the Job review mode and highlight the pending print job (note: it may be stuck in processing). You should then get the option to delete the job.

Make sure that the pending print job is also cleared from the network print queue. They can sit in the queue and be persistent on processing, even after you've cleared the copier. Clear the queue prior to deleting the job on the copier.

If this doesn't, disconnect the copier from your network and try the above steps again, then reboot the copier and reconnect it to your network.

If you're trying to print out Adobe-based web pages from the internet, this may be what's causing your copier to jam up. There's known coding anomalies with Adobe-embedded documents on web pages. Trying to directly print from the web page can stall or lock up the print process.

Sep 07, 2009 | Sharp MX-2300N Color Copier

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The exclamation sign flashes and then the green light but no printing


The service Manual says that if both the ready (Bulb) light and the exclamation light are both on it is a invalid engine
code /Invalid network code. But to clarify that you say they are both on and solid and not blinking. If they are you have a bad main board.
If they are blinking then the error is a Flushing /Resolution reduced error.
The cause is:
Printer is processing data or printing pages,but the resolution of a page in the current print job is reduced from 600 dots per inch (dpi) to 300 dpi to prevent a memory full error.
Solution is:
Wait until the ready light is displayed to print other jobs.
• Press and release the triangle button to cancel print job. It is the lower of the two buttons.
• Press and hold the traiangle button again to reset printer.
Hope this helps
Bruce

Jul 14, 2009 | Lexmark E232 Laser Printer

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HP Laserjet 4050 hangs on processing job


Unplug printer cable.
turn off
turn back on and wait for READY
turn off
connect printer cable
turn on

Jan 05, 2009 | HP LaserJet 4050 Printer

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Canon imagerunner c3200 stuck in processing data


If you don't print via a server,you can turn the iRC3200 off...then back on and that will clear the print jobs.
If after doing this it STILL has a traffic jam in the print que when trying to print the same document then stop sending THAT particular document as the document has a formatting issue and NOT the printer.
If you DO use a print server then you(or your I.T Professional) need to go to the server and clear the print jobs from the server.

Aug 06, 2008 | Canon imageRUNNER C3200 Copier

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