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printer io error

Posted on 2007-03-27
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I have a HP laserjet 4250 printer, that is displaying an error message 49.46 FO service error.
I am using window, if I try to print something from a web page the error appear on the control panel  of the printer (freezing all function key on printer). If I turn the printer off and turn it back on, then the web page will print out and another page will follow stating error: ioerror offending comand: image. Thanks.
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Common error on all HP printers. All I have ever been able to do is to power off/on the printer to reset it.
The actual error is that the printer received a command it did not understand. Could be from many sources. Bad cables introducing noise on data stream, bad printer drivers.
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