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11-17-2009 10:32 AM
I installed the latest drivers from this site for Win7 64 bt and everytime I try to print to my laserJet P2035n over the network it goes into a loop and sends the same print job over and over until I cacel the job on my PC.
Does anyone know why this is happening and how to reolve it?
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11-17-2009 12:02 PM
I have recently encountered the same exact problems. We have loaded both the Universal PCL driver for Windows 7 32-bit and also the Plug N Play installer for the same OS 32-bit. It appears another PC user has the same issues from October 22nd and still does not have resolution to this.
Here is the link to the drivers that I have already downloaded that are causing the infinite loop Downloads Here
11-17-2009 01:43 PM
Well hopefully someone from HP will be reading this and create a solution soon. We are testing our corportate printers with windows 7 and so far I am having nothing but trouble with HP.
11-20-2009 11:41 AM
This issue has been resolved with the assistance of HP tech support
Basically download the 2015 XP driver PCL5...for Window 7 32 bit d/l XP32 bit for Windows 7 64bit d/l the Vista 64bit
After downloading right click the file that you saved, choose compatibility tab and select either XP compatibility or Vista compatibility. Now extract the files.
After files extracted add the printer and when prompted for drivers select the folder that HP extracted to. Once completed all your test prints should not loop in the queu
11-23-2009 07:06 AM - edited 11-23-2009 07:22 AM
If I am understanding this correctly, HP's solution for this is to use the drivers from a completely different printer? I went to the drivers page
but I am not clear as to what drivers I should downlaod and install. should i be downloading the 7 64 bit or the Vista 64 bit? They are both there.
What is the end of the PCL5...?? I dont see any drivers or products that start with PCL5.
11-23-2009 12:18 PM
according to HP tech who helped shed light on this for me
for Windows 7 32 bit
for Windows 7 64 bit
right click on the file choose properties and select the appropriate compatibility mode that corresponds to the particular file you downloaded.
The HP tech had this resolved as quick as it takes to install a printer successfully. I than went and did this to the rest of the printer within our company and everyone works prefectly.