I have an HP 7410. Whenever I try to print to it using a wireless connection it says 'Printer Error.' What's going on? The laptop recognizes the printer, so it's not strictly a visibility issue, and I'm not trying to connect via bluetooth but rather via the 802.11b/g connection.
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I uninstalled/put into trash everything on my system related to the original application. Emptied the trash. Downloaded newest drivers, etc. from HP site and installed on my Mac. Yahoo!!! Scanner works fine!
first of all try to make a copy..when you make a copy if you get lines..then clean the scanner glass and the rollers..if its still the same..connect the printer directlu to the wall outlet and then check
The Officejet 7310 does not have wireless capability, this was a feature for the Officejet 7410. If your 7310 is connected via wired LAN to a wireless router but the computer does not find it try assigning an IP address manually. Make sure the IP address for the printer is on the same subnet as your laptop or other wireless devices.
Also, if you are using Vista the original drivers will not work, you will need to download updated drivers from HP's website here.
First off, did you try to recycle your printer? Turn it off and back on again. Sometimes power outages can disconnect that printer. If that doesn't work. Go to the printer and access the system network configuration on the led panel. Type in the WEP number and password again, and let it search for the connection. That should do it. Once it's connected you'll see the blue wireless indicator turn on.
Nothing to worry about. Go to HP.com and from there select Software and Driver Downloads. Download the Full feature software and driver for windows Vista. Run the Installation.
If the softwares are installed it will ask you to "Add a device". Add a device and select network option. The device will be installed. Now there is a patch on HP.com for unexpected uninstallation. Download it and install it on the computer. It will resolved the issue.
try removing the printer, and re adding it. Sometimes when printer drivers go kaput, they don't drop cleanly. Also, check your power arrangement, as printer drivers are notoriously suspect to power glitches, just like modems.
I think I have solved this, any way it worked for me.
Turned off printer and turned off wireless router made sure no computers are on.
Restarted printer make sure wireless settings are installed in printer then restart router.Once router is up and running switch on computer and you should be able to print.
Hope this works for you.