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Win7 64bit Pro HP Elite 8300 workstation connected to HP 2055dn printer

Posted on 2013-01-15
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Every time I print to this printer from this workstation I get this error on my printouts.

Get /DevMgt/DiscovreyTree.xml HTTP/1.1

I have tried replacing print drivers.


Any suggestions?
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Since this is a Duplex Printer, make sure that is set to installed.
Is it USB, if so use as short a cable as you can.  Long USB cable causes other issues too.
Mainly it seems to be an HP issue with several printers, not just yours.
Does it print at all?  If not and is under warrantee, bug HP.
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