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HOW TO YOU PRINT MEMORY, I RAN OUT OF PAPER OVER THE WEEKEND

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Yesterday I printed a page and could not print second page, so i shut everything down, this morning i turned on my computer and the printer started up & started printing & ran till out of paper....


Disconnect the printer power plug from the wall for 2 mins and plug it back in and turn the printer on and turn on your PC and see if that helps. The printer has a memory which stores information you may have sent to the printer. If you kept hitting the print button then it may have saved all those print commands in memory and it is printing that out. That is what happens most of the time at my office. So you need to erase the memory by turning off the printer from the wall. Hope this helps

Aug 14, 2010 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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PRINTER RAN OUT OF PAPER AND HA CODE 20


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Error code 20 Problem: "Not Enough Disk Space" error message


Possible Cause: Your computer needs free disk space to complete a print job. The amount of disk space required depends on the size of the file you're printing.

Solutions:

  • A large print job has exceeded the memory capacity of the printer. Verify that the SIMMS or memory cards are seated. Add more memory or simplify the print job. Remember the original HP Laserjet has only 128K of memory available, the LJ+ has only 512K and neither one is really upgradable.
  • On the 5P turn the image adapt and page protect to ON or AUTO. These can be set within the Remote Control Panel. Press GO to resume printing.
  • On the 5L, set the Enhanced I/O to AUTO (PCL mode) and resend the print job

  • Windows XP, click Start and then click Control Panel. Click Printers And Other Hardware and Printers And Faxes. In the Printers And Faxes window, from the File menu, click Server Properties, then click the Drivers tab. This shows the settings in your printer's driver. Compare the settings in this dialog box with the ideal settings in your printer's manual. If you see a discrepancy in these settings, the printer may simply need a new driver and delete old one. You can download printer drivers from the printer manufacturer's Web site.
  • Get more help. Installing a new driver won't solve every printer woe, of course, so understanding printer's manual and Windows' built-in Help system will give you an even sharper troubleshooting edge.
Hope this would help !

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Anurag Shukla

Sep 07, 2009 | HP PSC 2175 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Retrieval of faxes in memory


Press the stop key and it will resume printing

Apr 07, 2009 | Canon FAXPHONE L80 Laser

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Will not print after pulling forward a jammed paper


make sure the paper didn't tear and a peace got jammed somewhere in there. then reset the printer.

Feb 09, 2009 | HP LaserJet 1200n Printer

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Machine ran out of paper during fax trans., how to prnt memory?


Most of the time putting paper in the machine will allow it to continue printing anything that is in the memory. Other functions such as recall etc etc are not available on these low end models. For example this model does not have a harddrive. Usually a bad fax situation like this will lock the machine up. This forces a clearing out of the memory to bring the machine back to life.

Sorry, but this is by design.

Dec 31, 2008 | Canon FAXPHONE L80 Laser

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Incoming faxes from multiple locations jamming our machine


I believe there should be a "Clear memory", or "dump fax Memory", in the menu selection.
Press reports and scroll to machine print out. You should get a print out on the machines configuration and help menu to better assist you.
This should dump the memory so you can prepare yourself for new incoming faxex.

Dec 08, 2008 | Xerox FaxCentre F116 Plain Paper Laser

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Pink tinge to colored photos


Canon has a number of things you can check in their knowledgebase. Go here. Type "pink tint" in the search box and click Search. If you select the first item "tinted printing" you will get at least 21 things you can try (only 10 show up per screen).

Apr 18, 2008 | Canon PIXMA MP600 all-In-One InkJet...

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Fax machine problems


I need to know if it still reads "paper jam?" If so, there must either be some piece of paper that is triggering the paper sensor, or the paper sensor actuator has become misaligned.

Feb 22, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Reprint last fax


JUST OPEN THE TOP COVER PUT IN NEW INK CAARTRIGE THEN FAX WILL RESUME PRINTING FOM MEMORY AS LONG THE POWERS WASNT TURNED OFF

Dec 31, 2007 | Sharp UX B700 Plain Paper Inkjet Fax

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