Problem with my wireless printer and a PC.
I don't know anything about computers so to speak to me like I'm a fool. Here's my problem I have a C4580 All in one printer and an HP Pavilion Slimline s3700y PC. It was a package deal with the upgrade of the wireless printer. Here's the problem "it seems every time I need to print something to the screen on the printer is black. I can not even put the printer off as the symbol of the power stays on. The only way for me to print something is to unplug the printer wait a few seconds, plug it in the screen lights up and back in and I can print. "It happens all the time. No idea of what the problem is? Please help before I throw this thing out the window. Thank you Richard a. Capano
It is a common problem with the C4580. HP is working on a patch to fix it, and it should be out in mid-March. Hang in there.
Tags: HP Printers
Original title: right click on the mouse itself activating
I borrowed a USB to a person at work and I started having problems with the wireless mouse and the carpet of my laptop - Lenovo ThinkPad T420 mouse. The left click of two devices works normally, however, sometimes she does not respond to clicks and it takes a few seconds to work. The left button was constantly starts to turn on, as if he was stuck. After that I hit Alt + Tab and modify windows it stops for a few moments and starts at a later date. I havo not found a specific condition or a combination of keys that may trigger the fault.
I read a few posts on discussion forums, but all say that it could be a hardware problem, which I think is not, because both devices have the same problem and I'm sure it all started with the insertion of the borrowed memory stick. I scanned the readers to help Symantec's EndPoint Protection and installed Microsoft Security Essentials and performed a full scan, but found nothing. I even restored the system, but the problem remains.
Should I get a different antivirus? How can I find the cause so I can find a better targeted solution?
Try to install the drivers from this link and check.
Tried on MS 8.1 64-bit and Mac OS.
Having a problem with the printer.
Constantly saying problem with printhead 0xc19a0020.
Tried the troubleshooting suggestions, no results.
I tried unplugging ink and placed back, even.
Any suggestions? Should I replace the print head? Possible with warranty?
You will need to contact HP Support to obtain a replacement. Are you based in the United States? If so, please call 1-800-HP-invent (1-800-474-6836).
Can you please let us know how you get on?
I keep the bad connection Wireless between my laptop and my wireless printer, a friend and I have tried many things to start, but nothing helped.
1. What is the brand and model of the computer?
2 did you receive an error message?
3 did you changes to the computer?
I suggest you to see link and check.
I suggest you to perform troubleshooting services and check if they list any error messages-
Windows wireless and wired network connection problems
Method 2: Run the Fixit tool from the link of the article below.
Hardware devices do not work or are not detected in Windows
Method 3: Perform the steps in the below article mentioned.
Printer in Windows problems
Method 4: Update the printer from the printer manufacturer's drivers.
Update drivers: recommended links
Wireless network card: frequently asked questions
Hi there I have an acer aspire one and I have problems with my wireless connection.it is connected, but I can't use internet.any thoughts? Thank you
A look at the "front" face, under the lip of the keyboard, similar to where a lock would be on a laptop. There is here a cursor that is not a lock, but it is a switch that activates / deactivates him wireless on and outside. Slide it on until it turns on the light above it (with the logo of the antenna), indicating wireless is turned on and drag it again to turn it off.
We recently upgraged to a new blank media 3 hub, the printer is connected to a Hp Windows Vista desktop via USB, other devices (laptops and tablets) could access the wireless printer when the computer is turned on.
I also created the same printer to be used wireless by the other devices without the Office of marketing, it was a pain having to keep it logging on when he fell asleep. The printer had a different name if you are using one.
After that the hub of the Virgin was installed I can is no longer using the printer without the Office being wireless, the new Center can not find the printer connects as is done before that other laptops, I had no problem with my old hub and a separate router.
I've tried everything as suggested by Virgin (not much there) and reinstalled my drivers for the printer. Any suggestions what I can do?
Welcome to the HP Forums!
I read your post about how you cannot connect your HP Photosmart b209 printer to your wireless network. I'm happy to discuss this issue for you!
Please, try the steps in this guide, printer is offline (Windows) as well as this guide, the printer is not maintaining the wireless connection.
If you are unable to reach a resolution, please click on accept solution. If you appreciate my help, please click on the thumbs up icon. The two icons are below this post.
I hope that this post helps!
First of all, I'm sorry for my bad English. I hope that you have little imagination when reading. I'll start to describe the problem and the lower list, I hope, all the relevant information you need to help me.
Yesterday, I bought a brand new OfficeJet Pro 8500 has.
Since I have found a little bit of my computer and my router I configure for wireless connection.
All whent fine, the printer connected to my WIFI network without any problem and I was able to do a scan using the HP scanning software. How ever, when you try to scan a document nother directly after the first that did not work. I got an error message on the computer telling me that the computer could not connect to the scanner and it could be caused by the firewall. I also tried to print a word document, but it seemed that the document could not be sent to the printer during the observation of the State of the printer. Finally I gave up the print job and began to study the problem.
By using the service to help in the HP software that I did all the things he suggested me to do. I have disabled the firewall, open TCP/UDP ports, restarted the router, the computer and the printer in different combinations, nothing worked.
All the while the printer was connected to my WLAN, indicated by the State of the network printer and the router. I was about to give up but thought I should try only to disable and enable the transceiver wireless in the printer. To my surprise this solves the problem. I was in a position of scan and print documents.
Today, after work, I tried to do another analysis, and the same mistake was present. Once more I did magic with the wireless radio and it has temporarily solved the problem, but he came back a few minutes later.
Summoriz, the error can always be corrected by disable and enable the radio wireless, but after some time (a few minutes) the error returns that it self.
I played a bit and discovered that it is possible to access the built-in Web server during the error. Not all functionality of the EWS seems to work perhaps (it's OK) but I can't among many things has see the State of the network and I can even do an analysis using the integrated Web server.
I tried to reconfigure the printer using the printer setup wireless and also after a reset of the printer and it does not help.
I hope someone on this forum knows a solution to my problem.
Computer OS: Windows 7
Router: Thomson TG784 (I have an internet connection, phone and TV provider and this box takes care of this)
Encryption: WPA - PSK
WLAN: 802. 11 b / g
No filtering MAC or SSID hidden
Other devices on the network are two mobile phones and a Motorola Xoom Tablet
Printers, IP address: 192.168.1.81
Firewall: WIndows (the router is disabled)
Problem solved. Reinstalled the PC s/w has little time and finally he solved the problem.
Original title: wireless
not found wirreless icon in the taskbar
Thanks for posting your question in the Microsoft Community forum.
It seems that you have a problem with the icon on the system tray wireless.I imagine the inconvenience that you are experiencing. We are here to help and guide you in the right direction.Provide us with a few details in order to better understand the issue.
1. which version of the operating system are you using?
2. deal with any problem with the wireless network using Internet?
3. do you receive any error messages?
4. did you of recent changes on the computer before this problem?
I suggest you try the procedure described in the article and see if it helps.
System icons do not appear in the notification area in Windows Vista or Windows 7, you must restart the computer
Important: This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:Get back to us and let us know the State of the question, I'll be happy to help you. We, at tender Microsoft to excellence.
Original title: the computer geek
Follow-up of the steps to install the hp wireless printer and it worked only once. Now he says it is "offline." Convenience store said that it cannot solve the problem. That's happened?
1. What is the brand and model of the printer?
2. don't you make changes on the computer recently before this problem?
3. What is the full and exact error message?
Step 1: The procedure below can help you to fix this problem.
a. Click Start > Control Panel > printer and faxes
b. now right-click on computer and select the printer to use online
Step 2: Update printer drivers.
To install new or updated printer drivers to update
I'm having a problem with my wireless connection. I have to keep in with zero wireless configuration to connect to the internet almost whenever I start the computer. I use downgrade XP on vista.
I'm having a problem with my wireless connection. I have to keep in with zero wireless configuration to connect to the internet almost whenever I start the computer. Usually, you must configure only once and his game, but I have to keep on my new Dell Precision 6400 reconfigure it. I use downgrade XP on vista.
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Hello, I get this message as shown below: any ideas how to solve this problem? A problem with your wireless network card
Your wireless card has stopped working properly.
There is a network adapter that allows your computer to connect to a wireless network.
To find out if a version update of your wireless network card is available, contact the manufacturer of your device or computer.
Go to the website of the manufacturer of your computer/laptop > drivers and downloads Section > key in your model number > look for the latest Vista drivers > download/install them.
The computer you are using now if you have an Internet connection with the other > download / save drivers > copy them into Flash Drive > transfer / install on another computer/laptop.
See you soon.
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
I BOUGHT THIS REFURBISHED DESKTOP PC. ITS BEEN WORKING REALLY WELL FOR PAST 1 YEAR, BUT SUDDENLY, NOW HE BEGAN TO HAVE PROBLEMS WITH A WIRELESS ADAPTER THAT IS RALINK ADAPTER. PROBLEM IS THAT ADAPTER WILL SUDDENLY STOP WORKING. SO I HAVE TO GO INTO THE DEVICES AND ADAPTER MANAGER DISABLE AND ENABLE FOR HER WORK ONCE AGAIN. SOMETIMES EVEN THAT DOESN'T WORK SO AFTER RESETTING THE ADAPTER, I HAVE TO TURN ON/OFF THE COMPUTER. I HAVE NO CLUE AS WHAT THAT CAUSES THIS PROBLEM. PLEASE IF ANYONE KNOWS HELP.
P.S I JUST TRIED TO UPDATE MY WIRELESS ADAPTER DRIVER.IT ME SAID I HAVE ALREADY UPDATED DRIVER INSTALLED.
Hi there @JUMRONI
Welcome to the Forums of HP Support! It's a good place to find the help you need, so many other users, the HP experts and other members of the support staff.
Please report the number of complete product for your computer. Check out the following, if you need assistance with this information. How can I find my model number or product number?
I suggest to start by checking your system for malware, as follows:
If that fix it, you're done, otherwise, you should check these:
Troubleshooting wireless network and Internet (Windows 8)
In addition, you can watch the the power management of your wireless adapter:
Turn off the power to the adapter:
1. open Device Manager. (Win Key + R > type devmgmt.msc > OK)
2. expand the network adapters.
3. right click on the Ethernet adapter / wireless, and then click Properties.
4. click on the power management tab.
5 remove the check mark next to allow the computer to turn off this device to save power.
6. click on OK.
7 test cycle.
Forget the network: (Windows 8)
1. press Windows Key + C
2. click on settings.
3. click on change PC settings.
4. click on network on the left.
5. click on manage known networks.
6. click on the name of the network.
7. click on forget.
Reset TCP/IP on your PC:
1. go to your start screen/menu and type CMD.
2. right-click on the command prompt icon and select run as administrator.
3. in the window that opens type "netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt" without the quotes and press ENTER.
4 restart your PC and test.
It can also help to reset the winsock catalog:
1. go to your start screen/menu and type CMD.
2. right-click on the command prompt icon and select run as administrator.
3. in the window that opens type "netsh winsock reset" without the quotes, and then press ENTER.
4 restart your PC and test.
Reinstall the NIC drivers:
1. download the drivers from here, but do not run them again.
2. go to your Start menu/screen and type Device Manager.
3. expand network adapters.
4. right click on the wireless adapter and choose uninstall.
5 install the drivers downloaded in step 1.
6. restart your PC and test.
Test an ethernet connection:
Explicit. Test if the problem persists on a wired connection to the adapter hardware troubleshooting wireless can be directed to the appropriate areas.
I would like to know if this works for you.
I have my ProBook s 4320 for about half a year now. For most of the year the half I had problems with the wireless assistant - it seems that when I start my laptop it takes about 5 to 10 minutes before the work of the internet. I never changed any settings in the wireless assistant.
Nobody does face these same questions and no one knows how the internet starts immediately when I start my laptop? I tried this on different places with different wireless modems, but everywhere, it's the same thing and books of other people can use internet immediately.
Thanks in advance
You are welcome to help
The fact that it connects properly in Mode safe indicates that the driver who normally starts with Windows or a program is causing the problem - most likely candidate is to begin by F-Secure.
Before attempting the following procedure, make sure that you have an installation of F-Secure program, so you can re - install this software, and also a license key necessary to activate it.
Then, from the windows control panel. Open programs and features, click on the entry for F-Secure once to highlight, and then click the option to uninstall at the top of the window. Once done, restart the laptop.
Again, when windows restarts, check the internet connection by using only a known secure site.
Let me know how this affects the problem.
DP - K
Hi I've had problems with a wireless N5050 for six months now. He was inconsistent and little by little do worse even if the signal always displays also available. I have a N5030 who has never had any problem to connect to the same wireless network. I tried to reinstall the drivers. I tried to change the configuration wireless between WEP / WPA etc... I've updated the BIOS. This seemed to have worked briefly, but after about 3 or four connections immediate restarts more than 2/3, he returned to be flaky. Usually when I try to connect it fails and I need to connect a cable directly from the router for access. If I leave it on it will usually manage to connect to some point in the next hour or two. The windows messages/troubleshooting help make no difference and seem to contain no useful leads. Another curiosity is that usually when he can't connect only lists my wireless network and one or two others, but when he is able to connect it lists more neighbors etc... I also tried some changes configuration after completing the other threads, but without improvement. Firewall and AV is McAfee, but it's no good to an immediate connection is restarted in Mode safe mode with networking that seems that reading absolves McAfee to be the problem? The laptop out of the warranty period, is it likely to be a problem with the wireless card or is there other configuration changes, I can try? Thanks Ben
You have changed security WPA, correct?
You wireless router Belkin router?
I had you get your product key of McAfee using Belarc Advisor
Then remove McAfee using the McAfee removal tool , and then restart your computer and try to connect.
I use a laptop Medion MIM 2210 and I have a problem with my wireless network adapter.
I get a message before Windows 7 starts telling me that there is problem with a wireless driver. The exact message says:
"Intel UNDI, PXE - Z.0 (build 082)
Copyright (C) 1997,1998,1999 Intel Corporation
VIA Rhine II Fast Ethernet Adapter v2.43 (2005/12/15)
PXE - E61: Media test failure, check cable of
"PXE - MOF: exit Inel PXE ROM.
This message appears every time you start and I don't know what he means by "Media Test Failure".
I turned on my laptop today and noticed I had no internet connection, it showed that it connected but with yellow '!' symbol indicating that it was not fully connected. He did this for a while now and I have reinstalled Windows, in safe mode and I tried to delete the drivers and re - install, but it hangs right on uninstall what makes me angry no the case.
Of course now, I tried to look for help my internet connection is running but the message is still there. Can someone tell me what to do or how to solve this problem, I am standing now on what to do. I was also on the drivers Medion website but it is impossible to navigate around and drivers without end there'e to choose. I would consider ringing them and asking them if they were not located in Germany as it would cost me a bomb! I did just now searching online via the Device Manager to see if he can find an update for the drivers but nothing came.
Thanks for any help that anyone can offer :)
The message is to be cause the BIOS looking for boot from LAN (not wireless) before it starts and then from the hard drive. The Media test failure is because to boot from LAN it tests to see if the wired Ethernet is connected, it is not if it generates the error message.
Enter the BIOS press F2 after initial power on but before the Logo Windows shows
Integrated devices should allow you to set the settings of wired network adapter. According to the BIOS it is either "enabled with PXE" or have another option to enable or disable the boot ROM
In the boot options the LAN card should be removed altogether.
This message is ONLY applicable to the transfer of the BIOS boot process and should have no impact on the problems of WiFi (it is not on WiFi)
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