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04-24-2011 12:32 PM
I just recently bought a CP1525nw Color Printer and I'm getting the same error. If I restrict printing to a list of people in e-print centerI get an error that they couldn't find the printer. If I allow "everyone" to print to my printer I get "Unable to parse printer capabilities." I do see that in the e-print center that google cloud print is a "Beta" option so apparently they're still working out the bugs but it would be great if they figured that one out.
04-28-2011 04:25 AM
Is everyone that is encountering the problem contacting HP with their issue ? If not, again I highly encourage you to do so that way it does not look like just an isolated incident and more of an epidemic.
I've got one week left before returning mine, and will be doing so, with no response from HP that a fix is in the works.
04-28-2011 09:11 AM - edited 04-28-2011 09:19 AM
Simmilar problem here:
04-21-2011 12:14 PM
Rather than persue this with HP, I tried sending the issue to Google Support. I got a response within 12 hours and it solved the problem for me.
Apparently there is a known bug they are working on with this if you have your printer set up with e-mail filters. When you initially set it up on the HP site it asks for a list of e-maill addresses that can use your e-Printer. If you check the box to not have a list, then register the printer on the Google Cloud Print setup page and then turn your e-mail list back on on the HP site, it connects and registers fine. My e-printer is now working fine over the Google Cloud Print service.
05-02-2011 10:04 PM
I was having the same problem, and I went back and changed the eprint settings to "Everyone", added the printer here (using chrome) http://www.google.com/landing/cloudprint/hp-enable.html#, successfuly added, then went back and restricted the settings to "allowed settings only" ... Hope this helps!