Question about HP OfficeJet 6110 All-In-One InkJet Printer
HP 6110 with windows XP. Print job is stuck in queue. Says it's printing but doesn't. Can't print a test page from printer manually. Can't print from command line. Can't print from Word, Textpad, or Notepad. HP diagnostic says all is well. Printer will copy, but won't print from computer.
This has happened occasionally in the past and was correctable by re-starting computer or re-installing printer. Those don't work this time.
Hooked printer to another computer with same results. Anything I can do to isolate the problem and correct it? Or is the printer dead for good?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First, you need to try update the latest microsoft office patch file from microsoft or you can open the MS Word, go to "HELP" menu select the update MS Word or related. Try the latest patch file first. You also can try windows update and select custom update, see their list have this problem solution or not. Second, you need to go to HP website download latest driver for LJ1020 and suitable use on Vista. Lastly, if still not solve the problem, you need this problem/issue to microsoft, ask their solutions. Kent
Posted on Aug 23, 2007
just go to run and type services.msc and press enter it go to services option select print spooler and stop it and then run it will remove all the pending job and ready for print new job.
let me know if you stuck anywhere bye.
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
This is late but most likely the IP address is set to DHCP or auto and the printer is changing the IP address.
You need to set it to manual, and set the IP address static.
Those machines will change the IP address by itself.
Sometime even when you have set it manually it will change back to auto.
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
SOURCE: HP C1480
Please perform the below steps to clear the queue and print from the computer.
Before performing the below steps try to make a copy from the all-in-one to check the hardware functionality.
Remove the USB cable from the computer.
Now click on start --> control panel --> printers and faxes --> right click on the HP C4100 printer icon and delete all the pending documents.
Now again click on start --> run --> type services.msc and press enter --> locate print spooler in services window and right click on the print spooler and click on refresh or stop the spooler service and then restart the spooler.
Now open the printers and faxes folder, right click on the printer icon --> properties --> advanced tab --> enable print directly to printer and click OK.
Now connect the USB cable back to the computer and then try to print from the notepad and check for the result.
Posted on May 29, 2008
if printing from 2 other computer works fine, will i think its not an issue of IP address which changes somehow. but anyways, try to check if you still have other printer drivers under "PRINTERS" (see control panel). it should say HP Photosmart c6100 series. If you also have there a printer icon that says HP Photosmart c6100 series Copy1, try using it (right click on that icon and choose Set as Default Printer). If you only have HP Photosmart c6100 series under PRINTERS, try to right click, then choose properties. When Properties box is open, click on PORTS tab. then click on configure ports below. Try to type in the IP address of the printer under "Printer Name or Host name or IP address". make sure that you already printed network configuration page to get the exact ip address of the printer, Dont know how to print? do this.
PRINTING NETWORK CONFIGURATION PAGE
1. press setup, then scroll down and look for Network.
2. press okay on network, it will give you the first option "VIew network settings".
3. press okay on it, and it will give you the first option "Print network configuration page."
4. choose that and press okay. it will print the network config page. from this document, you will be able to see the IP address of the printer.
Please let me know if the issue is still not resolve so that i can go ahead and give you another possible solution.
Thank you so much.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
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