Helps to remove a stuck in the printer memory card

Original title: stuck in the printer memory card
How can I recover a photo memory card that is stuck in the printer HP PHOTOSMART7600. I have several slots and when I tried one that looked like it would fit, it passed through and then as I tried to solve this problem, it just went over and I can't get out.  I did worse.  Any help would be appreciated.

Advertisement

Hello allyson nola.

You may be able to contact a repair provider or HP:

http://WWW8.HP.com/us/en/support-drivers.html

Let us know if you have any questions.

Best regards

Matthew_Ha

Tags: Windows

Similar Questions

  • the computer does not recognize the printer memory card reader. HP photosmart 7660 printer

    The computer does not recognize the memory card from camera. The printer recognizes the memory card. So I can't transfer photos unless the camera is connected via USB. The printer is HP Photosmart 7660. Any suggestions?  Driver has been updated ' 09 and MS says I have the latest version of the driver.

    Ron

    The computer does not recognize the memory card from camera. The printer recognizes the memory card. So I can't transfer photos unless the camera is connected via USB. The printer is HP Photosmart 7660. Any suggestions?  Driver has been updated ' 09 and MS says I have the latest version of the driver.

    Ron

    Microsoft did not your hardware - done HP.

    All support for it - regardless of your operating system - is the manufacturer of the equipment.
    http://h10025.www1.HP.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?product=305364&LC=en&cc=us&DLC=en&lang=en&cc=us

  • Use of the printer is stuck in the print queue and I can't remove it.

    I have a print job that is stuck in the print queue in Windows XP.  Microsoft support offered to stop the print spooler. When I tried the recommended fix, which was to remove all the files queued, I tried to use Microsoft 'Fix It' and I get an error message saying: could not complete due to an error on my computer. What can I do now?  Please help quickly.  I have to solve this problem.

    I have a print job that is stuck in the print queue in Windows XP.  Microsoft support offered to stop the print spooler. When I tried the recommended fix, which was to remove all the files queued, I tried to use Microsoft 'Fix It' and I get an error message saying: could not complete due to an error on my computer. What can I do now?  Please help quickly.  I have to solve this problem.

    Do it manually:

    Open a command prompt window (start > run > cmd > OK) and type the following text in the black command prompt window.  Press ENTER after each line.

    1. net stop spooler
    2. del "% windir%\system32\spool\PRINTERS\*.*" [Y when prompted type]
    3. net start spooler
    4. output

    If you get an error, please report the full error message without paraphrase.  "Could not complete due to a runtime error" is not useful.

  • Print job is stuck in the print queue and cannot be removed in HP OfficeJet J4680

    Original title: HP OfficeJet J4680

    Print job is stuck in the queue and cannot be deleted.  Convenience store said it is fixed, but it isn't.

    Hello

    I imagine the inconvenience that you are experiencing. I will certainly help the question of fixing.

    To help you suggest several steps to solve the problem, I would appreciate if you could answer the following questions:

    1. what operating system is installed on your computer?

    2. have you made any recent hardware or exchange of software on your computer before the show?

    3. you receive an error code or message?

    4. what store did you try?

    What version of the operating system Windows am I running? :

    http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/help/which-version-of-the-Windows-operating-system-am-i-running

     

    Please follow the steps in the link below and check the issue.

    Unable to print? Print jobs are stuck in the print queue:

    http://h10025.www1.HP.com/ewfrf/wc/document?DocName=c02205477&tmp_task=solveCategory&cc=us&DLC=en&lang=en&LC=en&product=3692888

    For reference:

     

    Solve printer problems:

    http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows/printer-problems-in-Windows-help#fix-printer-problems=Windows-7&V1H=win8tab1&V2H=win7tab1&V3H=winvistatab1&v4h=winxptab1

     

    Diagnose and automatically fix problems printing and printer:

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

     

    I hope that the information above helps you.

  • HP Deskjet 3050 J611 series: I can't remove a document from the print queue

    My printer has an element 'stuck' in the print queue.  It got stuck when I accidentally turned off the computer until the print job has finished.  I use the "remote" printer, that is to say through the network. not with a printer cable.

    I tried to remove it, I went to the Control Panel, etc., I tried HP Support Assistant - nothing works.

    I tried to turn off the computer, printer and internet router for several minutes.

    The print queue of the printer says "delete", but it has been like that for 12 hours.

    I can not print anything else!

    Help, please!

    Yes, after the restart I had to go back in the case R Windows to run, and then in the print spooler and press start and the printer came back without the stuck paper.  Thank you very much!

  • HP office jet pro 8600: part of the sticky label stuck in the printer. Paper jams.

    I ran a sheet of labels into the printer, part of the top of the sheet of labels is stuck inside the printer.  I ca not see the piece to remove it. I cleaned the rollers and it still jams.  How can I remove the piece of stickypaper? Or what I need to take the printer to get it fixed?

    I had a similar problem when someone brought me a printer with a label stuck on the inside.  I was able to get out the remains with the tweezers, a flashlight and a lot of patience...  With the Officejet 8600, I suggest to unplug the printer, removing the duplexer back and open the cartridge access door.  Do not tip the printer, if you did a lot of printing, there may be excess ink in the service area.

    The document here can help find areas to search for the remains of the label.

  • Removal of documents in the print queue - error message

    I'm unable to remove a document from the print queue - the status of a document is "deleting - error - printing".  Subsequent print jobs do not print due to this error.  If I select 'cancel all documents' all other jobs are deleted, but it is still there.  I chose this & tried to cancel it, but I get a message "Error processing command" at the bottom.

    Hello

    · What is the number and model of the printer?

    · Do you remember all the recent changes on the computer before the show?

    You can check out the link below and try the suggested steps: how to cancel printing or to delete a print job that is stuck in the print queue in Windows XP: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/946737

    Also try the steps listed in the link below: printer in Windows problems: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/help/printer-problems-in-windows

  • HP Officejet 6600 document stuck in the print queue

    Please help - I need to make some impression and have a statement stuck in the print queue.  I tried delete several times, turned off my pc and the printer and turn it back on but without success - the document is still there.  How can I remove this document?

    Hello

    From the desktop, hold down the Windows key and press R.  In the run window, type services.msc and press to enter.  Scroll down to the print spooler service, right click and select Properties, then click the Stop button.  Now search for C:\Windows\System32\Spool\PRINTERS, then delete the work inside this folder - you may need to click a command prompt to get the authority to open the PRINTERS folder.

    Restart the computer and you should find that the documents have been deleted.

    Kind regards

    DP - K

  • Got paper stuck in the printer and now will only print proofs. How to reset the printer

    Got paper stuck in the printer and now will only print proofs. How to reset the printer

    It looks like you may have some saved jobs in your queue that need to be removed.

    Here's how:

    To clear the print queue, stop the print spooler service and delete all the jobs/print pending.
       
    You cannot delete all print jobs in the queue so that the Print Spooler Service is running.
          
    To stop the Print Spooler Service, click Start, run and enter in the box:
           
    services.msc
           
    Click OK to open the Services Applet.
           
    Locate the Print Spooler Service, right click and choose 'Properties' and then click on the "Stop" button to stop the Print Spooler Service is running.
       
    The option "Startup Type" of Service properties print spooler is usually set to "Automatic" (which is now a good time to check it out).
       
    If the "Startup type" is not set to "Automatic", set the "Startup type" to "Automatic" If that is your desire (which now is the time to check it out).

    Do not try to start or restart the Print Spooler Service immediately.  You must remove all print jobs backed up first...
       
    Then, delete all updates pending upward and forward to printing from XP.  If they do not print before, you will need to send the to the printer again.
       
    Using Windows Explorer, navigate to the following folder (assuming that Windows is installed on your C drive):
       
    C:\WINDOWS\system32\spool\PRINTERS
           
    Delete all the print jobs in queue (select and delete all the files) in the folder if the folder is without waiting for print jobs.  The folder must be empty when you are finished.
           
    Reboot your system and check the Print Spooler Service again to make sure the Print Spooler Service restarts automatically restart (given that the startup type is set to automatic).
       
    After the reboot, check again the Spooler Service for printing and the 'Status' column for the print spooler must be read "started."

    Submit new failure of print jobs.

  • Printing problems with XP and Lexmark-documents are just stuck in the print queue

    Original title: printing problems with XP and Lexmark

    Until yesterday, I was able to print OK using Windows XP and a Lexmark Printer series 3500-4500 with wireless capabilities.  Reported network test wireless (on printer) and report indicates that there are no reported problem, also did the diagnostic test and which shows no problem either.  I can't print and documents are just stuck in the print queue - please can someone help, it drives me crazy because it's probably a very simple solution.

    I guess you do not have all of the error messages.

    It is possible that comes to mind that your printer has received a new IP address of your router (this could easily happen if you have several computers and other devices that connect to your wireless network).

    Find the IP address of the printer of his network diagnostic page.
    Click Start > printers and faxes, right-click the printer and select Properties
    Select the Ports tab, then click on the button "Configure Port" (be careful NOT to click anywhere in the list of ports)
    Make sure that the IP address in 'Port settings' is identical to that shown on the diagnosis of your network printer page.

    To avoid this problem in the future, you must configure the printer to have a static IP address.  See your printer User Guide for instructions.

    Choose an appropriate subnet address (i.e., has the first 3 groups of numbers the same as the other addresses in your network) but who is not in the range of addresses assigned by the DHCP server on your router.  See the User Guide of your router for more details.

  • Laser Jet MFP M125nw Pro: the paper is stuck inside the printer

    the paper is stuck inside the printer Laser Jet Pro MFP M125nw

    Did you follow the information from the HP web site?

    http://support.HP.com/us-en/product/HP-LaserJet-Pro-MFP-M125-series/5396664/model/5303404/document/c03921935/

  • When I insert the camera memory card into the SD/MMC slot, nothing transfers

    Original title: camera to computer Trouble

    When I insert the camera memory card into the slot SD/MMC, no transfers.  Do I need to connect the camera too?  If so, why?  Thank you.

    Hi Paula Sommers,.

    Welcome to the Microsoft community.

    I understand how it could be frustrating when things do not work as expected. Please, I beg you, don't worry I'll try my best to resolve the issue.

    ·         What is the brand and model of the computer?

    ·         Did you try to connect to the memory card on another computer and check if it works?

    ·         You get the error message?

    ·         Memory card not detected on the computer?

    ·         You use any application to transfer files from a memory card?

    ·         Were there any changes made on the computer before the show?

    I suggest you to follow the steps in this article and check if it helps:

    How can I get pictures from my camera to my computer?

    http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-in/Windows-Vista/how-do-I-get-pictures-from-my-camera-to-my-computer

    Please follow all the steps and if the problem persists, return back and we will be happy to help you.

  • How to get RSS feeds on the Journe Air 801 via the external memory card?

    I bought the Journe Air 801 digital photo frame and the manual says 'save the RSS feed of the album that you want to display in the .rss format and add to the external memory card', but he said not how you create this .rss file or copy it to your memory card. Anyone know how I can get a picasa rss in this format?

    I've successfully added a picasa feed manually in the framework but as picasa updates only the RSS if new galleries are added, not new photos, the photo feed is not updated on the frame so I would change the rss address.
    Thank you

    Hello palomaroma,

    I am also a user of Journe Air 801.
    To add RSS feeds, please install the software from the disc attached.
    Insert the sd card into the frame. Connect the frame to your computer.
    Start the Photo Frame Wizzard. Flow RSS Acount (s) is displayed.
    Now you can add RSS feed addresses.

    Best regards

  • Life of the SR memory card?

    What is the life expectancy of the SR memory card?

    They die in a few years?

    They are based, so there is a finite life based on the cycles of record, but I think that the number is on the extreme side, so is not really a problem of flash memory.

  • The card reader memory 15 one in the e9250t Elite does support the SDXC memory card

    The card reader memory 15-one in the Desktop Elite e9250t does support the SDXC memory card?

    What memory SDHC card?

    That is a good question. Is there a part number on the memory card reader?

    Theuser guide provides the following information only.

    Make sure that the memory card is one of the types supported:
    CompactFlash (I, II, and Microdrive), Memory Stick, Memory
    Stick Pro, MultiMedia, Secure Digital, SmartMedia, or xD.
    Some models may support additional types, such as the SDHC
    (Secure Digital high capacity) memory cards

Maybe you are looking for


HashFlare