hp printer won't print on my mac

I have an HP all in one and all of a sudden it won't print.  It just says sending data and it sits there.  I have deleted it and powered it down but it still won't print.  Not sure what I can try
mkramer777Asked:
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Carlisle_AgentCommented:
Not sure about MAC, but in windows, there is a spooler folder you can delete pending jobs. If lets say a user has too many print jobs in que, the cache for the driver will lock up. If there is no jobs in que, restart the sevices for the print spooler. Hope this helps MAC user =)
mkramer777Author Commented:
THERE ARE NO PENDING JOBS.  I HAVE CLEARED THEM OUT.  
Carlisle_AgentCommented:
In that spooler folder, you would see jobs in there that wouldn't show up under the icon. Also, try restarting the print spooler under services. Sorry for not knowing too much about MAC. Haven't been a MAC user since the Apple II =(
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mkramer777Author Commented:
I am using a mac
hdhondtCommented:
Does it still print internal test pages (using the buttons on the printer)?

What model printer is it?
mkramer777Author Commented:
I found out that the user installed some software and that was what screwed up the printer.  All is well now.

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hdhondtCommented:
Thanks for letting us know. Please close the question by accepting your own answer.
mkramer777Author Commented:
I was advised to accept my answer
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