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Nothing happens when i print

Posted on 2011-09-07
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I'm having issues printing too my HP 2015 network printer from Windows 7.I've loaded 2 or 3 different drivers but with no success.Everything installs correctly and when i print a document the printer software tells me it printed correctly and goes out of the queue as it should.When i go to the printer nothing has printed.
All the other XP and Vista machines prints too this printer correctly
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by:Daelt
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Try to change driver to "HP Lasertjet 5", it works with nearly every laser printer i know.

Otherwise, i would delete the printer ten recreate it and let windows 7 find the driver itself.
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Close all apps and then run this fixiit.


http://support.microsoft.com/mats/printing_problems/


Reboot and check.



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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

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by:The_Nibbler
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We got a new colour printer and haven't used the colour printer mentioned above since.Ded9's solution did work partially when i tested it this week.Please re-open so i can leave feedback.
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Is your issue resolved.


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