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SOURCE: New ASUS PRO50Z laptop with
have you downloaded the right software? for vista. also try to print something from your notepad or wordpad or a website page see if it will print.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
SOURCE: printer busy/or error
Sounds like your machine is using DHCP, not a static IP address?
Print your network settings from the Printer, then try to Ping from a computer on the network.
Check the Network setting of the machine, make sure it is set to a fixed (static) IP Address.
If this is the problem, you can go into your PC printers port and change the port to the reassigned IP Address of the machine.
If you reinstall the drivers then you will have this installed twice, one will work one will not, so delete it from the printers folder before you reinstall before you reinstall
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
Sounds like their is not communications between your printer and computer. Could be a bad USB cable - swap out and see if that fixes it. If not it could be a faulty USB port on the computer or printer. You can check the computer USB port by connecting another device, but there is no way to check the HP's USB port. I would also check printer USB port for dust bunnies! If you're not able to resolve, I think it is time for another printer.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
Hi, I solved this issue this morning. What you cannot confuse here is that handset and base. To do the registration successfully, the both must be in "Registering" mode. First, to get the base in the registration
mode, you have to press <page> (a paging function for handset in case you cannot find where they are - usually button that says <page>or speaker with sound symbol on
the base) more than 5 seconds, then the base is in the "Register Mode"(though you will hear no beep).
You can then go through the procedure you describe on the handset and the handset should beep with assigned number no more than 10 seconds after it flashed "Waiting". The above, however, works only
if the Base is still functioning. In my case, sadly, the base was more
likely dead (if I press any button on the base, i.e. answer phone etc.,
there is no response). Hence I went and bought a new cheap GAP
compatible BINATONE 1800 Single at Comet (14.99). I then set up the
base, put it in the registration mode as per the BINATONE instruction. Then on the Phillips CD240
handset and gone through the above registration procedure... and Voila!
It worked. Now I have a brand new base that came with 1 handset of its own, and 3 additional
CD245 handsets which are all registered with this base. So far, the sound quality is
good and they retained all the telephone numbers
registered with the handset. The BINATONE base came with 12 months
manufacturer's guarantee so I am sorted with the base problem for at
least a year, which is nice. I hope this is helpful. Best, Ken
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
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