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Solution for printing issues for network connected printers
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VisionAiry
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Re: Solution for printing issues for network connected printers

Very good! It is quite alright.  If you have a business revolved around printing documents, it is completely understandable to enter panic mode until it is resolved.  I am happy to hear it is printing again.  And now you have a link here to your printer's support page if this happens again. :catvery-happy:


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CallBob
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Re: Solution for printing issues for network connected printers

Why me lord ? I can only get my wireless to print from any test link . Not printing in any other manner . HP officejet 4622 .  Reinstalled several times . Ran the doctor .

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CallBob
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Message 23 of 143 (3,053 Views)

The Printer Is Ready

That's all i can get out of my HP 4622 when i hit print . Just keeps flashing that message and will never print unless i go to tetst print .

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dennis95123
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Re: Solution for printing issues for network connected printers

 

Where do I find:  Please mark the post that solves your problem as "Accepted Solution"?

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Message 25 of 143 (3,032 Views)

Re: Solution for printing issues for network connected printers

dennis95123 - in reference to an earlier post you made, the person who creates the original topic is the one with those capabilities to mark that as a solution and since it seems the solution that worked for you is the original post, it is not possible to mark that one as Accepted Solution, only the comments below it could be as such.


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Message 26 of 143 (3,027 Views)

Re: Solution for printing issues for network connected printers

CallBob - ensure you do not have multiple copies of your printer when you select to print from another program.  If you do see multiple copies of your Officejet 4622 (one may say Network and one may say Fax), if this is a printer on your wireless network, make sure you select the printer with Network beside it.  You may also see Copy1 or Copy2, be sure to use the most recent one.  It is very likely the wrong printer has been set to default as well and that explains why test copies work but not from the software.  I hope that helps.  

 

If not, what are you trying to print from (Word, the internet, etc)?

What is your operating system (Windows 7, Mac, etc)?

How is the printer connected (USB, wireless or Ethernet)?

 

Answer those questions please and I will be happy to help.


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Message 27 of 143 (2,944 Views)

Re: Solution for printing issues for network connected printers

We have an HP Officejet 7500A Wide Format printer...it is connected to an ethernet...sometimes it prints, most times it doesn't...very frustrating when it's a work necessity. I need help!!!

 

I've followed some suggestions as unplug the power cord from the printer, wait 30 sec...also unplug the router...wait 30 seconds...replug...and NOTHING! I hate this machine...wish we could have just bought something plain and simple!

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VisionAiry
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Message 28 of 143 (2,942 Views)

Re: Solution for printing issues for network connected printers

I understand your frustrations.  What you are experiencing sounds like you are having problems with your router so you can always try contacting your internet service provider to make sure your router's firmware is up-to-date.  Check your Ethernet cord as well since Ethernet is typically a solid connection.

--Printer Does Not Maintain a Wireless Connection--

  1. If this doesn't help, what is your printer's IP address?
  2. What is the name and model # of your router?
  3. What is the operating system of the computer you are using?

Answer those questions for me please and I will do my best to help alleviate your frustrations.


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VisionAiry
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Message 29 of 143 (2,917 Views)

Re: Solution for printing issues for network connected printers

I have moved the problem you are having with ink system failure to its proper location in the forums.

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Jerome7
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Message 30 of 143 (2,925 Views)

Re: Solution for printing issues for network connected printers

Did anybody help you with this?  I am having the same problem.  I can print from internet on a laptop with same network, same printer but not from my Dell All-in-One if it is something on the internet I am trying to print.

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