Note on archived topics.
03-01-2016 04:16 AM
The SD01-TTSurekh font (whatever that is) is not one of the 'standard' set of fonts which are printer-resident on most of the LaserJet printer models.
When such fonts are used in source documents (e.g. Microsoft Word documents), standard PCL5 or PCL6 or PostScript printer drivers will dynamically generate (from the host TrueType font), and download to the printer, an appropriate printer-format soft font.
But even this will not happen with your printer model, which is a 'host-based' printer (sometimes known as a 'Windows' or 'GDI' printer), which does not understand any of those Page Description Languages, and has no concept of fonts at all.
With your model, all of the hard-work of rendering text, etc. is done by the 'host-based' printer driver on your workstation.
This generates a series of encapsulated, compressed, raster images which are sent to the printer; the printer just unencapsulates and uncompresses those images, and prints the resultant dots.
03-07-2016 04:57 AM
The LaserJet 1010 printer is also a host-based device, so it also knows nothing about (any) fonts - the printer driver just sends raster images to it.
So if the LaserJet 1010 prints your text, but the LaserJet 1005 does not, then the problem would appear to be with the latter's printer driver, or with the interaction between the source application and the driver.