HP deskjet 920c - How to delete a job which is already in process?
When I cancel a job which is already printing, the printer starts printing junk forever. I can restart it or disconnect its power, but I cannot make it erase the junk in its memory' and it goes on printing.
Re: HP deskjet 920c - How to delete a job which is...
I am asumming you are using Windows XP!
Opening the Print Spooler from the system tray does not always work!
Open up the Print Spooler Service (located in Administrative Tools/Services)
from there you can stop and restart the Print Spooler, and hopefully rid yourself of all the junk in the Printers memory
try this and write back if it worked
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Start - Printers and Faxes - Double Click on the Canon LBP-2900 printer
- Click on print document you wish to cancel then click on the Document
at the top next to Printer and View then click on Cancel.
Cancel all the documents in the print queue, (just do it whether they are actually deleted or not), press "cancel" on button the printer and restart your system and also the printer. If possible, please leave the printer switched off for few minutes and don't forget to use the "Power" button to turn if off or on. This will help your printer to restart new print job, all the jobs on the print queue will be deleted/cleared.
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just turn the printer off...and delete the commands from the error and job folder...you have to insist ...and try to open it from control panel or Hp in all programs .if it doesn't work from tray system ...this is the way to annul the commands...if it does not want to ..restart and try it again until it get rid of it ...restarting will make it not see that is used by another device ..
Have you tried unpluging your printer from the computer as well as unpluging the printer from the electrical? If that doesn't work you should start from scratch... that is remove the printer from the computer memory, delete it, turn off the computer, turn on the computer and go through the installation process as if you just purchased the printer. Barring any mechanical problems as in jams or the such, the printer should return to operational status.