It could be an IP Address Conflict. I had the same problem (the address was conflicting with my ADSL Router) and hence the printer was acting funny and the net wasnt working.
But now the net s working fine as i've chenged the routers IP Address but the printer still isnt printing. Hopefullly I find a solution. Further, the printer does print directly to the USB Port, however the spooling can take forever on it for some weird reason.
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change usb port., restart printer,, / remove power cable from printer, after 2-3 minut put. after it if will not be resault, scan with strong antivirus your pc, there can be working script /on that printer driver/, what blocking usb port,
To perform a power reset you need to
1. Disconnect all the power cords connected to your printer (i.e the power cord and the USB cable.)
2. Press and hold the power button for 30 seconds. (this will remove the static energy if any accumulated in the printer.)
3. Connect the cables to the printer.
4. Restart the printer and try printing a page.
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).
I would recommend replacing the JetDirect card in your printer. What model is the card? The 600, 610 and 615 can be replaced with a newer 620. Make note of all of the IP address info before replacing the JetDirect card. If you send more detailed info, I can make sure that I send the correct info that you need.