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Printing problem

Posted on 1998-08-16
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About half the time I try to print, only get the print job queued up, have to reboot when I can print by clicking on "Yes".
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varun071898 earned 100 total points
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Its a problem with Printer Drivers. Reinstall them
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by:cma
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Which printer drivers and how to reinstall them? I have HP Deskjet.  The answer is incomplete.
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by:varun071898
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I am sorry if you could not properly understand my answer. Now,
delete the printer from My Computer -> Printers. Now install your
printer again.
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by:cma
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rmarotta got the right answer first. Thanks, CMA
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