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My printer is not printing when I print from windows but if i send a command from the properties menu in the printer folder and go to advance and then tools and send a command then it prints.

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Cannot get HP Deskjet F4280 to print in Windows XP


Please try this steps below.


At first switch off the printer then Open Control Panel from windows Start menu after that open the Printer folder then right click on the printer icon select properties after that delete all pending print jobs after that try this steps below.


Click "Start"




Click "Run.."




Type in "services.msc"




Click OK




Find Print Spooler in the list of services




Right Click on it and select "Stop"




Once the service has stopped, restart it by right clicking and selecting "Start"


Shur down and power on the Printer.

Aug 28, 2012 | HP DeskJet F4280 All In One Printer InkJet

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Wont print in color only black.


go to printers folder in start menu or control panel, right click properties for this printer or in the print window popup click on advanced tab and click print color button or print quality not sure exactly where but its in there.

Oct 09, 2010 | Lexmark X2500 All-In-One Printer

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The black ink is not printing clearly, but I just put in a new ink cartridge


Hi !!

As you are using a new cartridge, check the tips below that might help.

In this tip you will learn that how to improve the printing quality. Today most of the printers provide you the method to improve the quality of the printing. In the following section you will find step by step instructions on how to improve the printing quality.

* Go to Start > Control Panel
* In the control panel click on the “Printers and Other Hardware” or “Printers and Faxes”.
* Double Click the Printer’s Icon.
* Click the printer preferences in the printer menu.
* Select high quality or best print option in the printer preferences.

In the Windows based operating systems you can improve the quality of your printings through the above mentioned steps.

Dealing with Spool File
In Windows XP Professional, Windows 2000 Professional and Windows 2003 Server allows you to adjust the spool file settings for any type of printer to improve the quality. Spool file is a temporary file that holds the document while they are printed.

A spool file is created when you send a printing request from an application such as WinWord. After spool file has been created, Application gets control and it sends the document from the spool file to the printer. Moving the spool file to a faster hard drive or empty disk drive can improve the speed of the printing.

* Create a folder on any drive and name it whatever you like.
* Go to the Control Panel > Printer and Faxes.
* In the file menu select “Server Properties Command”
* In the “Print Server Dialog box” select advance tab.
* In the spool folder text box type the path to the new folder, which you have created in the first step.
* On the confirmation box, click yes and close printer and faxes.
* Select your active printer’s icon > right click > properties > Advance tab > find the spool settings.

In the spool settings dialog box there are two sub settings that allow you to control how fast should be the printing operation. By adjusting the settings in the spool file, you can control and quality and speed of your printer.

Some General Tips

* Always use quality paper.
* Clean your printer from dust and debris.
* Make sure that there is a sufficient level of ink present in cartridges.
* Set the printing quality to high through the printing preferences.
* Read manufacture’s manual for getting the optimized performance.
* Give adequate ventilation to the laser printers because they dissipate heat.
* Clean the corona wire and roller when you change the cartridges.

Regard's
Anurag Shukla

Sep 03, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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My hp laserjet 4 plus printer cannot print excel files


wherer are you printing this, A4 is european, north america would use letter, etc..
if you go to control panel, open the printers and faxes folder, right click the printer in question, a window will pop up, click on properties.. a new window should open. click on "Printing Defaults" or "Printing Preferences" then click on "Advanced" ( I believe it should be to the lower left) that will open another window, in paper size make it Letter if your in N America, A4 for Euro.. this will set the deafult print..
Click ok, then print a test page from the general tab..

The reason you getting this LOAD LETTER message. your excel page setup is set to print to letter, your machine is set to print top A4

If you open Excel then go to Print then a window should pop up where you select the printer you want to use, click on Properties, then Lay out, then Advanced, and input the correct paper size before you print.

does this happen with all excels files, or one particular?
Create a new Excel file, and try printing it.. possibly could be in that particular file. I have seen this happen alott particulary with PDF files.. Where the incorrect paper size is in the file..






Sep 23, 2008 | HP LaserJet 4 plus Printer

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PLEASE HELP - Labels are printing in the wrong direction


The ups site ahs a solution to your problem. You need to send a ZT command to the printer to reverse direction
The easiest way to do it is to open the printers properties and go to the advanced tab go to Printing Defaults then select Tools then tools again and a window will popup. Enter ZT and press enter. The Send button should now be enabled. Click on it. DO NOT touch anything else. Close all windows and try printing . If this is not the direction you want , rod and this time enter the ZB then enter. There are only 2 commands ZT and ZB

Good luck

Aug 22, 2008 | Zebra Eltron LP 2824 Thermal Printer

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USB printing through DOS mode


Google for DOS PRINT USB, and you'll find some utilities that do this.

Or, you can include some commands in your batch file.

First, get the device name:

In a DOS window, type NET VIEW ComputerName (or use 127.0.0.1)

Once you know the printer share name, you use it in a batch file.

NET USE lpt1: \\ComputerName\ShareName /Persistent:Y

This captures the print queue to the shared printer.

You must also go into Printer Properties/Advanced/Print Processor and set it to TEXT

Your copy, print and other commands will work.

Jul 12, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Printing problem


ISSUE: A blank page prints after every print job using an HP LaserJet series printer. SOLUTION: A separator page may be turned on in the printer driver, within the application, or on the network. Try printing from several applications. If a page prints out in only one application, that application may have a summary page selected to print out. If a page prints out from different applications, a separator page may be turned on in Windows or on the network. Use the following sections to turn off separator pages. Windows 95/98/Me Follow these steps to turn off the separator page in Windows 95/98/Me:
  1. Select Start .
  2. Select Settings .
  3. Select Printers .
  4. Highlight the appropriate HP LaserJet printer icon.
  5. Select File .
  6. Select Properties .
  7. In the section labeled Separator Page, select None .
  8. Click Apply .
  9. Click OK .
Windows NT 4.0/2000 Follow these steps to turn off the separator page in Windows NT4.0/2000
  1. Select Start .
  2. Select Settings .
  3. Select Printers .
  4. Highlight the appropriate HP LaserJet printer icon.
  5. Select File .
  6. Select Properties .
  7. In the Advanced tab, select the Separator Page button.
  8. Delete the location for the separator page.
  9. Select OK .
Windows XP Follow these steps to turn off the separator page in Windows NT4.0/2000
  1. Select Start .
  2. Select Settings .
  3. Select Printers and Faxes .
  4. Highlight the appropriate HP LaserJet printer icon.
  5. Right-click on the highlighted printer icon and select Properties from the Advanced tab.
  6. In the Advanced tab, select the Separator Page button.
  7. Delete the location for the separator page.
  8. Select OK .
Software or applications See documentation for the specific application that is printing a separator page. The following steps are an example of how to turn off the summary page in Microsoft(R) Word 97:
  1. Open Word 97 .
  2. Select File .
  3. Select Print .
  4. Select Options .
  5. Deselect Document Properties in the Include with Document section.
  6. Select OK .
Novell environments Banner pages can be sent to the printer in several different ways in a Novell environment. The following instructions detail several ways to disable the banner page. NOTE: Banner pages can also be sent from the HP Jetdirect device itself. This page can be enabled and disabled through a telnet session to the HP Jetdirect device. The telnet banner will only print in an lpd/unix ® environment. Novell's Capture Command To disable a banner page using a Novell DOS capture command at a system prompt, type the following commands: capture L=x Q=queuename NFF NB NT TI=x where:
  • L = x -- The value of x would be 1, 2 or 3 depending on the lpt port being used.
  • Q = queuename - The value of the queuename would be the Novell queue setup for this printer.
  • NFF -- No form feed.
  • NB -- No Banner.
  • NT -- No Tabs
  • TI = x -- The value of x would be the timeout amount in seconds. NOTE: If the client workstation is restarted, and if a capture command is part of a login script that is being used, these settings will be reset.
Printer Properties The banner page for Novell networks can also be enabled or disabled in the Printer Properties using the following steps:
  1. To open the Printers Folder ; click Start , Settings, and Printers .
  2. Right-click the appropriate HP LaserJet printer icon and select Properties .
  3. Select the Printer Settings , or Capture Settings tab. The banner page can be enabled or disabled here.
NetWare Clients Follow these steps to disable the banner page for Novell NetWare clients:
  1. Right-click Network Neighborhood and select Properties .
  2. Select the Configuration tab in the Network window.
  3. Highlight Novell NetWare Client and select Properties .
  4. Select the Default Capture tab. The banner can be enabled or disabled here.

Feb 23, 2008 | HP LaserJet 1010 Printer

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Workcentre c2424 Color Problem


For Microsoft Windows 2000 / XP OS:
  1. Within an application, click on [File] on the toolbar, and then select [Print] from the menu. The Print window will be displayed.
  2. Click on the [Properties] button. The Properties window will be displayed.
  3. Click on the [TekColor] tab.
  4. Select a TekColor correction.

    NOTE: It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the required results.

  5. Click [OK] twice to send the print job to the printer.
For Microsoft Windows 98 / ME OS:
  1. Within an application, click on [File] on the toolbar, and then select [Print] from the menu. The Print window will be displayed.
  2. Click on the [Properties] button. The Properties window will be displayed.
  3. Click on the [TekColor] tab.
  4. Select a TekColor correction.

    NOTE: It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the required results.

  5. Click on [Apply].
  6. Click [OK] twice to send the print job to the printer.
From the Apple Macintosh OS 9:
  1. Within an application, click on [File] on the toolbar, and then select [Print] from the menu. The Print window will be displayed.
  2. From the General pull-down menu, select [TekColor].
  3. Select a TekColor correction.

    NOTE: It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the required results.

  4. Click on [Print] to send the print job to the printer.
From the Apple Macintosh OS X (10.2.x and 10.3.x):
  1. Within an application, click on [File] on the toolbar, and then select [Print] from the menu. The Print window will be displayed.
  2. From the Copies and Pagespull-down menu, select [Image Quality].

    NOTE: If the Image Quality option is not displayed on Copies and Pages pull-down menu for OS X, configure the printer with the correct PPD. See the procedure below, if needed.

  3. Select a TekColor correction.

    NOTE: It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the required results.

  4. Click on [Print] to send the print job to the printer.
To configure the Printer with the correct PPD:
The PPD file contains features a particular printer supports such as TekColor Corrections. In order for the TekColor Corrections and other printer specific features to be available, the correct PPD file must be specified when the printer is installed, or modify the setting following the procedure below.
  1. Open the appropriate utility: Print Center (for OS 10.2.2.x) or the Printer Setup Utility (for OS 10.3.x):
    1. Double-click on the [Hard Drive].
    2. Double-click on the [Applications] folder.
    3. Double-click on the [Utilities] folder.
    4. Double-click on [Print Center] or [Printer Setup Utility].
  2. Select the appropriate printer from the Printer list.
  3. Click on [Printers] on the toolbar, and then select [Show Info] from the menu.
  4. From the Name and Location pull-down menu, select [Printer Model]. The current PPD being used will be displayed.
  5. If the PPD displayed is incorrect (for example; the PPD is set to 'Generic PostScript Printer'), click on the pull-down menu, and select [Xerox].
  6. Select the corresponding PPD for the printer and then click on [Apply Changes].

    NOTE: Make sure the correct feature set is selected. For example; if the printer is a Phaser 8400DP, make sure the DP feature set is selected.

  7. Close any open windows.
  8. Make sure the Image Quality option is available on the Copies and Pages pull-down menu following the OS X procedure above.

Jan 10, 2008 | Xerox C2424 Copier

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Color on monitor different from print


Windows 2000 / XP
  1. From the application's File menu, select Print to display the application's Print dialog box.
  2. Click the Properties button located at the top, right of the Print dialog box to display the printer Properties window.
  3. Click the TekColor tab.
  4. Select a TekColor correction. It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the desired results.
  5. Click OK to return to the Print dialog box, then click OK to send the print job to the printer.
Windows 98 / Me
  1. From the application's File menu, select Print to display the application's Print dialog box.
  2. Click the Properties button located at the top, right of the Print dialog box to display the printer Properties window.
  3. Click the TekColor tab.
  4. Select a TekColor correction. It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the desired results.
  5. Click the Apply button at the bottom, right of the Printer Properties window.
  6. Click OK to return to the Print dialog box, then click OK to send the print job to the printer.
Macintosh OS 9
  1. From the application's File menu, select Print.
  2. Click on the General drop-down list and select TekColor.
  3. Select a TekColor correction. It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the desired results.
  4. Click the Print button to send the print job to the printer.
Macintosh OS 10 (10.2.x and 10.3.x)
  1. From the application's File menu, select Print.
  2. Click the Copies and Pages drop-down list and select Image Quality.
  3. Select a TekColor correction. It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the desired results.
  4. Click the Print button to send the print job to the printer.
note_image33x30.gif Note: If the image quality option is not displayed, refer to configure the printer with the correct PostScript Printer Description (PPD) File Below. Configure the Printer with the Correct PostScript Printer Description (PPD)
note_image33x30.gif Note: The steps below are only necessary if the Image Quality option is not available in Macintosh OS X. The PPD file contains features a particular printer supports such as TekColor Corrections. In order for the TekColor Corrections and other printer specific features to be available, the correct PPD file must be specified when the printer is installed. To ensure the printer is configured with the correct PPD file:
  1. Open the Print Center (for OS 10.2.2.x) or the Printer Setup Utility (for OS 10.3.x):
    1. Open the Hard Drive.
    2. Open the Applications folder.
    3. Open the Utilities folder.
    4. Open the Print Center or Printer Setup Utility.
  2. With the Print Center or the Printer Setup Utility open, select the appropriate printer from the printer list, then click Show Info from the Printers menu.
  3. Click the Name and Location drop-down lsit and select Printer Model.
  4. The current PPD being used will be displayed. If the PPD shown is incorrect (for example; is set to Generic PostScript Printer), click the drop-down list and select Xerox.
  5. Select the corresponding PPD for the printer and click Apply Changes. note_image33x30.gif Note: Make sure the correct feature set is selected. For example; if the printer is a Phaser 8400DP, ensure the DP feature set is selected.
  6. Close the Printer Info window, close the Printer List window, then check that the Image Quality option is available.

Nov 05, 2007 | Xerox Phaser 8400 Laser Printer

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