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How to change my printer's state

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I have a HP3050A(J611) inkjet printer, connected wireless to my PC. No problem sofar. But today I tried to print a document as hundreds of time bfore, the wireless connection is OK, but a message pops out "the printer is in pause".

I didn't find a solution to activate the printer, I admit it is a quite trivial story. Can anybody help me ?

 

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You can resetup Driver 

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Thank you for your suggestion.

Actually, for some unknown reason, the printer looks connected in two different ways: one is 'dhccp3 (HP Deskjet etc.)', the other is 'HP Deskjet etc.'.

Selecting the first makes the printer running properly. Choosing he second one (that I'have been using for years !) the warning 'The printer is in pause' pops up.

Have you any explanation for this sudden change in the rinter's behaviour ?

 

Thnks a lot

 

Armani1

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