Re-install the software for your printer. Download the drivers from the HP website and use the most current drivers for your product.
Also, check disk needs to be run on your unit to verify there are not other issues with your OS(Operating System).
Given the types of codes you have provided, it looks like you are running a Windows OS.
To run the check disk option, press and hold down the Windows Insignia key +S. This will bring up the Windows search option. Type "command prompt" and there should be a secondary window that shows you the results of your search. Look for the Command Prompt option and right-click the option and select "Run as Administrator" by highlighting the option and then left clicking your mouse.
A black window will come up with a variation of,"C:\Windows\System32\"; at this prompt you will see a blinking line\cursor. Type "chkdsk /r" then press enter. A report will come back stating that chkdsk cannot be run on "mounted" volume. Do you want chkdsk to run the next time the computer is restarted? Y\N
Press Y then enter.
Close the command prompt window and restart your PC. *WHEN IT RESTARTS, IT WILL TELL YOU TO SKIP CHECK DISK WITHIN X AMT OF SECONDS... DON'T TOUCH ANYTHING!!!*
Once it has completed, it will boot into Windows normally and if there are any issues, it will tell you during the scanning process.
Hope this helps.
If not, then bring up google.com and download and run this: Downloads AdwCleaner ToolsLib
This may also help.