Installation of the HP Officejet Pro L7780 all-in-One
HP Officejet Pro L7780 all-in-One
Windows 7 64 bit
Hi, I have downloaded software from HP in order to install my printer. For some reason any installation fails and I would really like to help. Step by step of my installation procedure->
I run the program "to add a series of all-in-one Officejet Pro unit
I chose the wireless connection
The program runs and find a printer 'Officejet Pro L7700' I select it and click Next
He runs the installation for 5-10 seconds, and then it says that the printer was not complete.
I ran the install several times (also after restart the printer and the computer) moved always
The connection of printers is configured properly, to the best of my knowledge.
It also print documents computer wireless. My problem is that I can't scan a document to your computer. When I choose the scan of the computer, it tells me that there is no scanning settings.
I have no idea what to do...
You can scan from the HP software successfully?
1. open the Solution Center, and then select settings
2. select scan settings
3. delete the shortcuts on the right side
4. click on the device to update, and then close the scan window
5. open again the scan window
6. add shortcuts on the left side to the right side
7. click on the device to update
8. try scan from the front panel of the printer
Tags: HP Printers
Windows Home Premium 64 bit operating system. Download full feature software and driver and follow the installation instructions. All software and drivers seemed to install but at the last stage (configure the product), it crashes after a few minutes and a fatal exception message (no error number). After this, uninstall all the software. I took the following troubleshooting steps:
Disabled all the normal startup items and services (except Microsoft) in MSCONFIG. As an administrator, and under Vista compatibility also led installation. In addition, tried a basic installation. My computer is a Dell PHE 8500 and is wireless. I tried installing several times in respect of the connection of the USB cable directly and wireless, but all had the same result. Completed all the steps except the last where the fatal error message appears after a few minutes. Help
Thought I would give it another chance: I've done the following:
American ran Care System: registry clean and disk cleanup
Connected accessories/tools disk cleaning system
Insured that lates version of Adobe Flash Player has been installed
Latest version of the software downloaded to the printer
Went into MSCONFIG unchecked load startup under selected startup items checked "Hide all Microsoft Services" and disabled the rest of services under services,
A ran another check of the register with the American healthcare system
Ran disk clean again
Off DSL modem
Firewall and AntiVirus disabled Norton
At installation of the printer as follows: first of all installed drivers
A ran the remaining printer one by one with Solution Center last softerware
Is surprised that Solution Center has worked without problem
I recently tried to print and my printer can not be found that I don't have the disk that's come with the printer, it is lost and he always tells me that it cannot find a printer
What operating system?
What did he say?
Unable to get the HP Solution Center to load. Have an officejet pro L7590 all-in-one connected wireless (through the router) on my new computer Windows 8 but had to deceive it calling it a direct connection.
I have a new computer with Windows 8. I managed to get my HP officejet pro all-in-one L7590 printer connected and working with software downloaded from HP. During installation it placed an icon on my desktop (the old format disktop I love) to the center of HP solutions, but when I try to open the Solution Center a message indicates that the installation is not complete. When I try to install more software it brings back me to the orginal installation and indicates that the device is already installed.
I want to clarify again once my choice of installation was directly connected even if it is wireless via a router. It was the only way I could make it work.
The Network Configuration page was just that you will find the IP address, but you have this. It is not as important now. Now that I've shown you a method to help you analyze let us begin the process is not easy to get the Solution Center works again.
I was very happy to find an official document on your computer Windows 8 and the solution Center. I think this should help you when you select your operating system on this page. It is titled "The scanning device estintrouvable and other related errors" and will be a little better explain what you need to try to get the Solution Center to work once again, I am.
Let me know if you have any questions concerning one of the steps here and I will do my best to answer those as quickly as possible. I do not know a few things to do if it does not, but it is certainly the best advice to try first.
I have an Officejet Pro L7580 all-in-one. How do I know how many copies the machine made?
Dragon-fur (unusual name!)
Thanks again for your suggestions, which led me to the answer.
Looking more closely at the options in the HP Solution Center, which I thought I had already exhausted, I followed these links - settings, print settings, the Toolbox for printer, information, reviews, myprintmileage, source, which led me to the total number of pages, number of total jobs and many other information, which, apparently, is monitored by HP.
Thanks for the clues get me there.
I just bought this printer Office Jet Pro 6978, All In One Printer. It won't let me download the driver listed in the steps to implement, it fails every time. I tried to use the CD that came with it, it gave me a message "this computer's operating system is not supported." So this printer will not work on my 64-bit? Or elsewhere? My computer is a HP. Where can I find a download driver for this printer for my operating system? When it prints, it prints a nonsense. % beginprolog % beginresource: file and so on with such things. I am at a loss... Any help would be great.
Sorry, but the printer is not supported on Windows Vista 64-bit.
64-bit support is only available in Windows 7 or later operating systems.
You can find the printer specs below:
Vista 64-bit is not supported.
You must upgrade your operating system to a later version to use instead an OS 64 - bit, Windows Vista 32 - bit to insall or replace it with another printer, compatible with your operating system.
Original title: HP Officejet Pro L7680 All - in - One
I started my printer and it won't print in black. Don't copy in black no more. Test page does not work and the color works very well. I changed all the cartridges, so it isn't the ink... No idea what is the problem? He served 6 months off and disconnected.
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In this case you should check with HP Support, their documentation online and drivers,
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I hope this helps.
In December 2011, I bought a HP Officejet Pro 8600 all-in-One to replace an Officejet 6500 as my network printer home. The 6500 worked very well on my cable, but his screen did not, I tried some of the features offered by the 8600 and I got a good price on a new warehouse of BJ. I have the 8600 connected via ethernet (not wireless), with a static IP address. All my computers on the network are running Windows XP Pro SP3 and are up-to-date with Microsoft updates. However, from one day to the next my 8600 will lose connectivity scan (Scan of the computer shows it as being disabled on all my computers at the same time, and I can't reconnect), and if I do not have anything he'll (as in a few hours) also lose connectivity impression. The only way to restore connectivity is to uninstall the HP Officejet Pro 8600 device software basis of all computers, and then reinstall the printer. I had a phone conversation and two debates with HP Technical Support; They suggested that the problem is in the firewall on the computers (but if that were the case I don't think that the loss of connectivity would occur on all computers at the same time), the IP address setting (doesn't make sense) and the printer driver is not not the latest version. I tried all the suggestions, and none of them have solved the problem. The last counselor "has raised the issue to the next level", which proved to be a Manager with no technical expertise and his only suggestion was that I have to return the printer to the merchant. I think the problem is the firmware in the printer (which, according to the 'update' on the printer option, is the latest version). Any other suggestions or experience?
After a lot of research and find the settings that I did not know that Windows XP offered, I found that the following appear to have solved the problem I've known - at least the printer is now operational for more than 48 hours without losing printing or scan connection. Here are the steps I used:
Start Control Panel connections network and Internet
Choose "network connections."
Right click on "connect to the Local network.
In the top window is the name of the Ethernet computer connection port, select "Configure" next to this window
Select the tab labeled 'Power Management'
Uncheck the box "allow the computer to turn off this device to save power".
Select the "Advanced" tab
Select the entry "power saving Mode".
If this entry is set to change 'On' to 'Off '.
Select 'OK', and then close the windows that were opened
I have a HP Officejet Pro 8600 all in one. I've used it for almost a year and recently when I print on plain paper my doc over dating a turn on paper. The elbow is always in the same place, 2 1/2 "from the top of the page. The crumpled section is about 1/2 "in length. Impression of quality and all the rest is good.
I printed a few pamphlets with this printer using heavy paper for brochure of gasoline that does not bend like my regular stock. Any ideas.
I have the same problem, but just behind the box!
IT IS SHAMEFUL! The printer is practically unusable!
Sometimes it shredded paper!
The printer driver is also very basic, compared to Canon for example.
On top of that, it does not save the changes to your settings,
We have to bury in the HP software!
Also, the printer is unable to make a copy without border.
And last but not least the printing quality is very poor.
my printer Canon does better printed with generic ink...
It is also large and noisy.
I completely regret my purchase.
I can't even sell it now as it's deffective.
My HP Officejet Pro L7680 all-in-one will not print blue but my ink level is fine. I tried aligning the printheads and clean the print heads, but still does not work. Help!
Thank you. It seems odd that the magenta print very well and it seems that the cyan and magenta use the same print head? I will contact HP support. Thanks again for your help.
We have upgraded to a new D-Link Wireless N 300 Router and have consulted successfully the router using the key to safety with two cell phones and a desktop based ethernet but am getting an error "password WPA not valid" when you use the Wireless Setup Wizzard of the HP Officejet Pro 8500 Wireless all-in-One. We have administrator access rights to the D-Link router using the desktop computer but not sure what to change. We have restored factory on the 8500 and am not sure what next step to take to try to get it connected.
New technology of security of this router is not compatible with the all-in-one series 8500 or y at - it fixation or modification which could be considered to get this connected with the new router?
This problem has been resolved. We 'Restored default network' in the network menu of the 8500, however, we needed "Restore Factory Defaults" in the Tools menu that solved the problem and allowed us to use the wireless configuration Wizzard correctly.
I couldn't install the software of my officejet pro 8610 on 3 of my computers portable windows 10. I contacted HP support, and we have tried to install the software nothing works. I went to the 2nd level and they have worked trying to activate the printer as well. I was told that the drivers are all or nothing on windows 10 systems. I have tried to install from above and on the printer is known for the 192.168.1.172 network, but when I try the wireless installation, he never finds the printer.
Today, I ran the exec to install in windows 7 compatibility modeand it is installed.
I went to the directory where the installation files. In my case
program files, HP, HP officejet pro 8610, Bin, DeviceSetupLauncher.exe... You click with the right button, selected properties, click the Compatibility tab, activated windows 7, applied and then double click on the exe to DeviceSetupLauncher. He was out of the race.
It worked for me, hope this helps someone else.
Thanks a lot for sharing this information. I'm sure it will be very valuable for all users who have Windows 10 and are experiencing problems installing the software of the printer.
Have a wonderful day!
I have two HP all-in-one devices, at the office of one while a 8500 A909a and at home and Officejet 7310 all in one.
My Dell laptop running Windows 7 Professional 32 Bit.
I had the laptops and printers for several years, the two were connected through connectiosn fine wired via routers with printing/scanning also up and running by the HP Solution Center.
If I work in the office and he wanted to scan a document I woul open Solution Center and left two printers would come to the top. I could click on the installed 8500 in the office and it worked fine. Even if I was at home I opened Solution Center, click the 7310 and could very well sweep.
In recent weeks the 8500 keeps disappearing from the HP Solution Center. He still appears in Control Panel and other applictaiosn of windows like Word and I can print again, BUT not is more visible in the solution Center.
I load the installation of the driver software (recently downloaded from the website of HP, file name OJP8500vA909_Full_14 (1)) and charging/install the 8500. It takes about 20 minutes to make. The 8500 appears then, but with a suffix like Officejet 8500 (7) after him in the solution Center.
I can scan then very well but the next day when I start and get to the center of the Solution, it has disappeared again. It's infuriating and wastes a lot of time.
Please tell us what can I do to load the correct software once and for all for allowing me to use two printers without them disappearing from the solution Center.
Thanks in advance.
Follow the steps below and let me know what happens?
First step: clear temp directory
- Type %temp% term or search programs and files of field
- Select all the files in this folder, and then press the delete key to remove. If you receive a message that the file is in use, you will need to ignore this file (s).
- Proceed to step 2 below
Second step: downloaded and extracted to your system:
1 download the drivers and full software features
2. once the download is complete, double-click the file to extract the software.
3. when the installation window opens, press the Cancel button to stop the installation
4. tap folder in the race or search programs and files of field
5. Locate and open the folder starting with 7z (example: 7zS2356)
6. right click on the folder and select copy
7. close this window and all open windows, and then in the Middle the desktop right click your mouse and select Paste. This will move the 7z folder on your desktop.
8 open the 7z, that you just copied on your desktop
9 open the Util folder
10 open the CCC folder
11 start the uninstall_L4
12. once the uninstall is complete, restart the computer
13. run disk cleanup from the tools Accessories\ system under all programs folder
14. download and install the latest version of Adobe flash player
15 open the 7z folder and then double-click the Setup.exe file that will be towards the bottom of the open window. Follow the instructions on the screen to reinstall your printer.
Let me know if you are able to successfully install the software and driver and are able to print & scan?
My HP Officejet Pro L7590 1.5 year, all-in-one has decided he wants to print a half pages & then gibberish or page 1 of a document of several pages & then turn the remaining blanks pages or gibberish. It started about 3 weeks after a Windows Update (I do not push this update because this may just be a coincidence). I rolled power computer & printer. I also made sure to have the most current printer driver. I have uninstalled & reinstalled the unit 3 times now. I checked the settings of the queue as well. Initially, the problem seems to happen when I rolled up a job to the printer and then closed the application or document that I wanted to print by going to work on something else (like I always did). Now, it happens whenever he wants to. I then delete the pending print job & power cycle sometimes even the printer to act again on the right. I'm pretty tech savvy - I do IT for our office, unless it is over my head. What can you try me & this problem?
If it happens again I suggest to reset the spooler via the command console and then try printing again.
Start > run > command
net stop Spooler
net start Spooler
I just upgraded to Windows 8. My HP Officejet Pro 8500 A910 all-in-One printer works fine, but the scanner won't. I get an error message that says: cannot find the scanner. What can I do to correct this situation? HP has a driver that works with Windows 8?
Did you uninstall this printer before the upgrade to Windows 8?
If not, then I uninstall the software for the 8500 A910 and reinstall with the drivers up to date.
The link here for the driver for the 8500 A910 page has e-all-in-one
You can also get drivers for HP printers in Windows 8 by using the HP printer installation wizard.
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