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Why does my HP7250 printer keep printing   CONNECT h20629.www2.hp.com:443 HTTP/1.0  at the top of every page?

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Hi @marpat55,

 

Welcome to HP Support Community.

Thank you for posting your query, I will be glad to help you.

 

It seems like your HP 7250 printer is printing a network request command at the top of every page. This behavior suggests that the printer is receiving or interpreting data incorrectly, possibly due to a misconfiguration or an issue with the print job settings. Here are some steps to troubleshoot and resolve this issue:

1. Check Printer Settings:

  • Access the printer's settings menu through the control panel or its web interface (if available).
  • Verify that there are no unusual settings enabled, such as print headers or footers.
  • Look for any network or connectivity settings that might be causing the printer to interpret network commands as part of the print job.

2. Update Printer Firmware:

  • Ensure that your printer has the latest firmware installed. Visit the HP support website, enter your printer model, and download the latest firmware update if available.
  • Install the firmware update following the instructions provided by HP.

3. Check Print Driver Settings:

  • On your computer, access the printer settings or print driver settings for the HP 7250 printer.
  • Verify that the correct printer driver is installed and configured.
  • Check the print settings to ensure that there are no unusual options selected, such as printing headers or footers.

4. Reinstall Printer Driver:

  • Uninstall the printer driver from your computer and reinstall it using the latest driver available from the HP website.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation, ensuring that you select the correct printer model and connectivity options.

5. Reset Printer:

  • Perform a power cycle on the printer by turning it off, unplugging it from the power source, and waiting for a few minutes before plugging it back in and turning it on.
  • Reset the printer to its factory default settings through the printer's control panel or settings menu. Refer to the printer's user manual for instructions on how to perform a factory reset.

 

I hope this helps.

 

Take care and have a good day.

 

Please mark this post as “Accepted Solution” if the issue is resolved and if you feel this reply was helpful click “Yes”.

 

Rachel571

HP Support

Rachel571
I am an HP Employee

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Hi @marpat55,

 

Welcome to HP Support Community.

Thank you for posting your query, I will be glad to help you.

 

It seems like your HP 7250 printer is printing a network request command at the top of every page. This behavior suggests that the printer is receiving or interpreting data incorrectly, possibly due to a misconfiguration or an issue with the print job settings. Here are some steps to troubleshoot and resolve this issue:

1. Check Printer Settings:

  • Access the printer's settings menu through the control panel or its web interface (if available).
  • Verify that there are no unusual settings enabled, such as print headers or footers.
  • Look for any network or connectivity settings that might be causing the printer to interpret network commands as part of the print job.

2. Update Printer Firmware:

  • Ensure that your printer has the latest firmware installed. Visit the HP support website, enter your printer model, and download the latest firmware update if available.
  • Install the firmware update following the instructions provided by HP.

3. Check Print Driver Settings:

  • On your computer, access the printer settings or print driver settings for the HP 7250 printer.
  • Verify that the correct printer driver is installed and configured.
  • Check the print settings to ensure that there are no unusual options selected, such as printing headers or footers.

4. Reinstall Printer Driver:

  • Uninstall the printer driver from your computer and reinstall it using the latest driver available from the HP website.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation, ensuring that you select the correct printer model and connectivity options.

5. Reset Printer:

  • Perform a power cycle on the printer by turning it off, unplugging it from the power source, and waiting for a few minutes before plugging it back in and turning it on.
  • Reset the printer to its factory default settings through the printer's control panel or settings menu. Refer to the printer's user manual for instructions on how to perform a factory reset.

 

I hope this helps.

 

Take care and have a good day.

 

Please mark this post as “Accepted Solution” if the issue is resolved and if you feel this reply was helpful click “Yes”.

 

Rachel571

HP Support

Rachel571
I am an HP Employee

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I'll try these steps and let you know if the problem gets fixed!

Thanks!

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