Question about HP LaserJet 4700 Printer
Unplug any network or usb cables and restart. If printer starts then you need to clear all jobs in print queue and then reconnect USB or Ethernet cable. This should allow printer to stay at ready. Go to HP.com and download the current firmware for this printer and follow the install instructions included. This is a common error, particularily if you are printing from newer versions of Adobe.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
HP site update firmware in not available please help
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: LaserJet 4350n Error 49.C02
49.XXXX PRINTER ERROR To continue turn the printer off then on
The printing operation has been aborted. The issue can be caused by a firmware error, invalid print commands, corrupt data, invalid operations, poor quality parallel cables, poor connections or specific applications.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
SOURCE: 49.FF09 SERVICE ERROR
Go to http: www.hp.com/support/
lj2410, www.hp.com/support/lj2420, or
Download Drivers and Software.
Check for the latest firmware image
version at the bottom of the page. If
this firmware image is newer than the
one installed on the printer and the
printer can receive a firmware update,
download the newer firmware
if this fix does not work try removing memory from machine turn machine on see if issue perssist turn machine off replace memory one piece at a time (if you have more than one installed) testing printer each time if you put in one stick and it works then you put in the second and it doesnt the second stick would be the problem piece.. but usually on this machine upgrading the firmware will solve this issue.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
SOURCE: 49.ff95 service error
You need to get a technician in. The code is suggesting the formatter board.
Note that make sure that the technician (or you if you are replacing it) that once you replace the board and turn on the machine, don't do anything for about 10 minutes. No printing, nothing. Take out the network/usb cord out to prevent anyone from printing. The reason is that the NVRAM (memory) is updating the new board with your information. If anyone prints (whether from a computer or a configuration page) then it will interrupt the update and you will get the same error again.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
a 49.xxxx error on an HP means that there is an issue with one or more hard disks. you can try to re-initialise the hard disk(s) by rebooting the printer while holding the green button. when the three leds are lit, release the green button, and navigate using the numerical buttons until you see "initialise hard disks" on the display of the printer. confirm by pressing the green button again. if all goes well, your printer will take two minutes longer than usual to boot. if you still get the same error afterwards, you need to replace the disk.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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