Question about HP LaserJet 2840 All-In-One Printer
Turn printer on.
On your printer, press the Menu button
Press 2 (on the fax dial pad)
Press the right arrow (next to Enter button) until you arrive at "High Speed USB.
Press right arrow to select "Off."
Press Enter again.
The printer will reboot automatic.
I hope this help!..
Posted on Feb 13, 2015
Add memory to the machine and it should resolve your issues. The 2840 comes with 96MB built-in and has one slot open for additional memory located under the right side cover. It can take a max of 224MB total. I would recommend adding a 128MB memory card to max out the machine. It takes 100 pin, 133MHz, SDRAM.
Don't by it from HP as they list it at $500.00 or so. Buy the clone memory for around $25.00 for 128MB.
Here's a link to source the memory:
Hope that helps you.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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