My printer will not print. When I restart the printer it comes up out of paper when it is alligning and will not continue. I have put paper in and nothing happens it will not feed paper or print anything.
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I suggest you unstall hp printer software and re install your hp printer again with the hp printer cd come with your hp and once you install,take test print and then print your pages ,i hope your hp printer issue solve,in case you still have problem then contact HP printer Customer Support On official HP Printer Website x
Right click on default printer icon select printing prefrences,click on advanced tab,select the size.or
Click on start menu then click on control panel.
Click on classic view on the left pane.
Double click on printers and faxes from the top toolbar.
Click on add a local printer.
Select the USB 001 virtual printer port from the “Use existing port” and click on next.
Select the manufacturer as HP and printer as Deskjet 990c and click on next.
We are using the generic driver for HP printers.
Use the default name for the printer, or you can change to your printer name and click on next.
Select yes to print a test page and click on next.
Select yes to set as default and click on next.
Select no to “do not share” and click on finish.
Power off your printers and remove the cartidge and power on.the printer will re-alligned itself and check if it work.If even some small piece of paper is stuck inside the printer roller,it will still give you paper jam message.If that is the case try to print test print from the printer itself.
Driver could be corrupt. Disconnect the printer or at least be sure it is turned off.
I'd do both and reinstall the CD software program that came with
the printer. When the software program asks you to connect the
printer to the USB port, do so and it should again work properly.
Hope this helps. Bud
It occurred to me when I was reading your post that photo paper has printing and non-printing sides. If the paper is loaded upside down, it's printing on the non-print side, which would result in what you're seeing. It's just a hunch, but you might want to consider it.
HP.com has a web page that will walk you through the process of checking on this and other potential problems.