I have a HP officejet 6110 all-in-one printer attached to this print server. And i never had this problem when the printer was attached driectly to the printer which is why im posting this in this section. I will also post this in the printers section incase anyone there has seen this problem.
When I print remotely, it prints part of the page and then restarts the print on a new page. Some times it restarts once, twice three times, util it prints the whole page and stops.
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Re: Prints part of the page then restarts the print
One suggestions would be to update the firmware of the Netgear Wireless print server
Download the firmware for your print server from Netgear's website
Instructions for upgrade are on the site!
you can also try changing the spool settings, Set it to Print directly to printer
RightClick on the printer click on properties and click the advanced tab. Change the spool setting to print directly to printer!!
If this doesn't work kindly let me know!
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You will need to open the top and look inside where the paper travels through and attempt to free any paper pieces that have gotten stuck in the pathway. You probably have a bad board in your control panel, since you are able to print from the computer.
Does the printer display any errors on the printer screen? You could try performing a print cleaning, check this manual for more directions how to do that. http://www.ims-ink.com/pdf_files/english/IMS%20Ink%20Manual.pdf
Hi, This prints out an alignment page for your printer to check and see that all the colours are visible and lined up properly. Installation of the printer is not complete until you do this. It will then ask you if Alignment was successful, and if it is click Yes. Your printer will now be functioning properly.
Connect it back to the computer and verify it's still working properly that way. It does indeed sound like a compatibility issue, but it may be correctable with a quick chat with the friendly folks at NetGear.