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I had an LG and the same thing happened to me. It was less than two years old at the time and was used as a second television so it did not get much use. I called customer service when it first started happening and they told me it was interference with my signal. They suggested I move the tv to another location in the house away from microwave ovens and electrical components. I moved the tv and it didn't help. It wasn't all the time and sometimes we could touch the tv at a certain place and this would correct the picture. Within about three weeks, we could not longer get it to stop. The line became more solid as time went on and then started to grow wider. I paid them to repair it and mailed it back to the manufacturer. They were unable to repair it. The problem is that you have a dead pixel in the set and once one goes out, the others are soon to follow. Some sort of power drain from pixel to pixel is my understanding.
If you are under warranty send it to them and have it repaired or replaced or take it back to the store and exchange it for another television.
The Samsung CLP 770 produces an 'incomplete session by time out' if you switch off the computer originating the print in the middle of the print job (before the print is finished) OR if the network connection is lost between the computer originating the print and the CLP 770.
The printer may have printed the start of the print job but also recognises that it has not received the end of the print job information. It waits for a good while for the connection to be restored in an attempt to receive the rest of the print job - but if nothing comes then it times out.
The reason for this action is to prevent this situation effectively locking out any other computer on the network from printing while it 'waits' for the end of the print job.
USB: Ensures that the USB connection from your computer to the HP product is working correctly.
Ensures that the network connection between your computer and your
network is working correctly. If the tool detects a network connectivity
problem, you will be prompted to run the HP Network Diagnostic Utility
for better results.
: Automatically restarts the print spooler, which sends print jobs from the computer to the product, if it has been stopped.
: Checks if the product has been paused or set to offline, and then sets the status back to online if necessary.
: Checks for problems in Device Manager that would prevent printing.
: Checks for and clears pending print jobs in the print queue (a log of print jobs waiting to print).
: Checks the port settings for the HP product.
: Checks for alternate-driver settings.
: Checks for conflicts with other drivers, such as other printer brands.
: Checks the default printer setting and prompts to select the HP product as default (optional).
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The HP C6100 series has had some ip setting issues. One day my printer didn't print. I checked the ip settings on the printer and got some 6188.8.131.524 address. I had no clue where this ip number came from, because my router's ip is 192.168.0.1. I went into the settings of my printer and set my ip settings manual. Then I went into the router settings and reserved the ip setting I previously setting on the printer to the printers MAC address. I also set static ip address for each computer on my network. This network response issue started about one year after I purchased the printer. I still lose connection every once in a while, but rebooting the router reconnects the printer and everything sitting in the que to print starts to print. To stablize the issue: upgrade router firmware, set static ip address on your network devices, reserve those ip address in your router, , if all else fails reboot router.
If your problem still persists then
If the printer and the printserver is on and connected to the printserver and the router respectively. Then try right clicking on the printer icon in the printers and faxes window to set it online. Try Printing.
If it did not work, then right click on the printer icon again > Properties > Ports > set the proper network port. Apply the settings and try Printing.