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HP4600dn prints blanks after first page on color print jobs. Message says, Error: "Unable to store job at printer" Reason: "Printer not configured to collate" Can you tell me how to collate? Thanks, Tom

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  • tfarmer772 Sep 05, 2010

    Solution says, "Install an EIO hard disk"

  • tfarmer772 Sep 05, 2010

    It says, "Printer not configured to collate". I am interested in how to collate. Can you help me? Thanks, tom

  • tfarmer772 Sep 07, 2010

    I am not able to find the "collate" option. Can you please tell me where I can find it? Looked at print, print properties, etc...thanks, tom

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Hi,
1.Choose Print from the file menu. Word displays the Print dialog box. 2. Specify the number of copies you wish to print. 3. Click on the Collate Copies check box. If the check box is selected, this indicates the copies will be collated. 4. Click on OK. Your document will be printed. HP4600dn prints blanks after first - 502f1a2.jpg

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The printers RAM has failed this is where the info is stored during the print run, the site below may be able to supply the parts needed.

http://www.laserprinterservices.com/hp4600/hp4600.html

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Usually, when you try to print a document or a web page, like if you right-click a page and click print, you should get a print window where you will find the section to indicate the number of copies to print. on the same area, you can usually find the Collate option. Just select it and click OK. In other cases, you may find this option on the Printer Properties.

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  • Rodie Sep 06, 2010

    in case the previous suggestion did not work, next option would be to try reinstalling the printer driver .

  • Rodie Sep 08, 2010

    sorry, was not able to get back to you sooner on this one. While on the document or page, hold down CTRL key and press the letter P key to open the Print window. Select your correct printer name. You should also find the section with the number of copies to print. By default, the COLLATE option is grayed out since the number of copies is set to 1. If you set it to at least 2, the COLLATE option will be activated so you can select it. If in case you continue to experience issues printing, proceed to uninstall and reinstall the printer driver.

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