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sherlee2002
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printer won't stop printing

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HP Officejet4630
Microsoft Windows 8 (32-bit)

Due to rewiring in home my wireless network name (SSID) changed. Since then I have not been able to print. Computer says "printer offline". Blue light next to wireless picture is solid. When I turn on the printer it prints continuisly things I did not request such as internet ads. What should I do?

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@sherlee2002

 

You might be able to just edit the SSID entry through the EWS (Embedded Web Server).

 

Set Printer SSID

 

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You could also try removing and reinstalling a fresh copy of the Full Feature Software for the pinter.  This is a bit of overkill; it may be effective and is not difficult.

 

If you are confident about the software and do not want to install it -- at least not yet -- you could try "Restarting Everything".

 

Instructions, Help, Commentary, and Examples:

Install Full Feature Software – Printer

 

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This is an ePrint capable printer and so prints from the Internet.   The best way to ensure that you are not printing other than what you expect on your printer is to control the "Authorized user" list of people who can print to the printer and to maintain control over the Print-Apps (formally Printables).

 

 

Add Device to Printer

See: 

  • Print Apps – Make it Stop (formally Printables)

 

and

  • Examples – HP Connected / ePrint – Devices

     >>  HP Connected / ePrint – Allowed Senders List:

 

 

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