Question about HP LaserJet 4 plus Printer
Just recently started getting this message after first sheet prints of a 5 page pdf schedule file from home office. Been printing these files for years
The printer received more data form the computer than can fit in its available user memory. You may have tried to transfer too many macros or soft fonts, or graphics that were too complex. This problem is also caused by printing too many typefaces at 600dpi. Press Continue to print the transferred data, then simplify your print job or install additional memory. I don't know why it would just start doing it, perhaps a memory module has gone bad and there is not as much available RAM as there used to be?
Posted on May 14, 2008
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