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"Finished" not Printing

My printer will print the test page fine, but if I try to print anything through my computer, my computer (mac) says the job is "finished" but my printer doesn't even make a peep.
No action.

Everything was installed right (at least, by direction), any ideas?

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  • Raymei Aug 07, 2008

    It didn't work, unfortunately :(
    The warranty's up, so I couldn't get any real help, but from working with a guy from HP, he "didn't" tell me that he thinks it's a problem from my computer's end.
    I have a Mac Mini, OS X system.

    So, shoot... If you have any ideas on this :/ much appreciated


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It is a driver issue. you need to uninstall, reboot and then reinstall

Posted on Aug 03, 2008

  • Janet Baker
    Janet Baker Aug 07, 2008

    Are you hooked up through a network card or router? If so it may be bad. Try hooking direclty using the USB or parrellel port.You can try a new board if just the card is not removable.



    It really believe it just a driver issue but you may try hooking it up to another computer if possbile so to test that theory.

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