UNABLE to PRINT from WORD on e-all-in-one printer, HP Officejet Pro 8600 - N911a
I have set up my printer. I tried the usb connection and wireless. I can print via usb for installation of Adobe. I can't print from Word. He tells me that it can not detect the printer. When I go to the selection of the printer in Word, however, it says 'ready' I tried the HP pc doctor. It shows that everything is configured correctly and that it is able to print a test page. What I am doing wrong? I am running Windows 7 (64-bit)
Sound as if you have a driver conflict. Try a different driver. I'm you a link to a post that shows how to assign other drivers.
Let me know how it goes.
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Just ran 20 copies without any problem. When I try to print from Access, Word, Excel, etc. printer behaves as if it's going to print, but then displays the message 'Out of Paper '. Windows 7 64-bit. HP Officejet Pro 8600 N911a. Is about to resume
See if this troubleshooting article helps you resolve the problem you are experiencing.
Opening the printer destop icon I have 4 options. HP printer Assistant, the value of preference, see what is print and customize your printer. HP Printer Wizard does not open. How to open so I can have access to the tools. I use it as a printer wireless on Windows 7 (64-bit)
I uninstalled the software, downloaded the complete set version 28.8 instead of using the CD that came with your printer, Version 24.4. Now, everything seems to work properly. Kudos to ciccarelli for assistance.
I have a HP printer Officejet Pro 8600 N911a that returns the 72234 error code everytime I try to print a document from my Windows 8.1 desktop (HP 1520 t).
Also, there is a single instance of error code 74899
The same document prints fine on my Windows 7 Desktop and my Windows 7 Netbook.
Firmware of the printer is: CLP1CN1416AR
Firmware from the Support Page of the printer appears as: CLP1CN1322CR (2014-07-18)
What should I do next to be able to print from my computer Windows 8.1.
Note: This is the first issue I had with this printer that was bought a year ago.
Hello Steve, I hope you're well
Thanks for getting back to me with your info!
Yes, I would first of all, running the wizard of wireless configuration from the front panel of the printer (installation program, Menu, Assistant wireless network), make sure that the printer is connected to your network, then proceed to uninstall the printer, restart the PC and reinstall them both back on your computer.
I hope that this is the solution!
Have a great Monday!
I have an Officejet Pro 8600 N911a who, until a few days ago, was fully functional on my home wireless network. I am running Windows 10 on my computer. Out of the blue, the analysis feature has become non-functional 2 days ago, give me a message on the printer that the function computer scanning was enabled on the computer. Unable to solve this problem through managing the digitization of printing software to computer section, I finally uninstalled the HP software and downloaded the full setting software and driver package on the HP site for a new installation and configuration. I have had no problem adding the printer and its connection to the network through devices and printers in Control Panel 10. As before, I can print without problem, but when I try to scan, the printer status screen informs me that the function computer scanning must be enabled via the printer software. My current situation is that when I run the printing software, it goes immediately to the printer configuration screen and then hangs on 'check the network environment,' let me do the software already installed. So it seems to me went from bad to worse, because I have more access to the software is of the other features, such as ink cartridge levels. I looked online for a solution for 2 days now without success, any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Good news! Rerun the Print and Scan doctor was a complete and utter success! The printer is now on the network with full functionality restored, as well as for printing, as well as windows. Sunshyn2005, I can't thank you enough for the time and effort that you put into this! Thank you very much!!!
Win 7 Home Premium, 32-bit and 64-bit PCs, wireless connection to the printer OfficeJet Pro 8600 N911a.
When clicking on the icon of the desktop printer, or to access the HP program in the start menu, MS Notepad opens the interface instead of the interface coding. It's a constant problem since the installation of the software in November 2012. The software has been installed on all three 3 PCs with the disc that came with the printer. All three 3 PCs suffer the same problem of no interface, only Noptpad with the code.
I uninstalled the drivers and firmware (using Revo) completely and reinstalled from the HP Support download site. The problem remains.
The interface of Scan function works perfectly in the start menu.
Other than that, the printer works fine when access to it to print from the sites, as well as the printer works perfectly with all functions when using the control panel touchscreen printer.
Any suggestions or help appreciated.
I understand that you have a 8600 Officejet which is not able to open the wizard in the printer on 3 different computers. I'm sorry to hear what is happening, but I'd be happy to help you!
I would recommend you have a look through this HP Printer Wizard opens with an error in Script or in Notepad and you should then be able to use everything as planned.
Hope this helps, have a nice week end
I recently bought a Toshiba laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium operating system. My previous laptop is a Toshiba also upgraded to Windows 7 Home Premium operating system. I have a printer HP Officejet Pro 8600 more all-in-one printer. The printer/scanner works fine with my laptop more older but with the new laptop that I can't get to the printer. I am not able to get the scanner to work. I reloaded the software several times but the scanner still does not work. The scanner works fine with laptop more old, even if it has the same operating system. I get an error message that says "Scan of the computer is turned on. You can start a scan from the printer. Your computer is not listed as an available computer control panel of the printer. If please restart your printer and try again. "Can anyone help with this?
Even though I'm MVP I represent Microsoft or speak. If I can and will speak
as I think.
The proper functioning of the printer and Scanner is the direct responsibility of the producer of material
and no windows. There are hundreds of these devices that work correctly on Windows 7 if
those who don't have no drivers and other interfaces which are not compatible to Windows 7 should be
written correctly. Of course many older devices are not supported by their creators for later
Versions of Windows. Microsoft passes but does not write drivers and interfaces
Printers and Scanners need to function properly. So, the manufacturer and no one else, is totally
Manager to see if there are interfaces and appropriate drivers.
Many device makers do not write new drivers and interfaces for older hardware because either
they cannot support the new methods or because they want to sell new hardware.
Personally, I don't think that Microsoft is lying because they also say that device manufacturers have the
Omos unique to provide the necessary compatible drivers and interfaces.
I hope this helps.
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My printer HP Officejet Pro 8600 Premium position of outgoing fax, and then numbers appear, usually of 9 and 6 randomly. As soon as it starts, I can't abandon this process without turning off the printer. My firmware, drivers are all to date. It's maddening! Thank you for the help here!
Model number: N911n
Product number: CN577A
Thank you "Super Dave", just went down to thephone with technical support. We did together a semi hard reset. I hope that this solves the problem!
See you soon!
How to print on my printer HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus my messages from my iPhone5
Printer HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus supports AirPrint. Please see the following article:
My new printer HP Officejet Pro 8600 causes my computer shuts down after 5 minutes. Is there a way to find out why? Is it because I connected to a USB port rather than wireless and telephone connection.
Original title: computer spit
I called the store where I bought the printer. They suggested that I have download the latest driver
from the HP website. I did it and it seems to have solved the problem.
With my 6500APlus the memory card SD has been accessed in my case as http://192.168.0.111 \memory_card but this syntax does not work with the HP Officejet Pro 8600 N911a. Can someone tell me what syntax will work?Dean
Follow these steps to map the card reader
1. Insert the memory card into the printer
2. open my computer
3. click on network drive mapping
4 Select the letter of the drive you want and enter the folder \\192.168.0.111\memory_card
5. click on finish, and the Player opens for access to the files
Someone in the world has a print driver that works with a printer HP Officejet Pro 8600?
The Officejet Pro 8600 printer does not support Windows 2000. I'm sorry.
However, there may be a workaround solution. To clarify, I don't have a Windows 2000 system to test this with, and it can take a series of changes for the following steps to work with Windows 2000. You may need to find the equivalent Windows 2000 for this process steps/formulation as it was done using Windows 7 (the process must be the same).
It sounds weird, but the Deskjet 990c driver will work for the Officejet Pro 8600, and there's a Windows 2000 driver that is available for download. However, Windows Update already has this driver and it's easier to use it instead to extract the executable driver and ending.
Essentially, the printer must be added manually using the Deskjet 990c printer driver. There may be other resources out there, but I found none on the HP site for the use of this driver instead of the Oifficejet 8600 driver. This will give you only the printing features and nothing else. In addition, there may be problems printing since this isn't an official driver for Windows 2000 for the 8600 (I have not noticed any problems when I did a few test prints).
1. go where your printers are listed and select the option to add a printer.
2. Select the option to add a local printer (maybe it's a network printer in Windows 2000).
3. create a new Standard TCP/IP port.
4. Enter the address of the printer in the field IP address Ip or host name.
5. the selection of the pilot window should now be open. Click Windows update will complete the printer selection screen (may take several minutes using Windows Update). Select HP for the manufacturer and the printer Deskjet 990c for the printer.
6 the name of the printer. The default value will be the deskjet 990c since it is the driver used, but I recommend to name what the printer is so that we know what it is.
7. the sharing screen appears. If you share the printer, enter the appropriate information. Otherwise, click Next.
8. at this stage, the process could be completed. Print a test page to confirm functionality.
OfficeJet Pro 8600 more
10.8.3 OS iMac
I want to change the value print factory set in the default print setting. I want the documents I send to the printer via AirPrint to print in black and white, not color. But the 8600 by default is always color. Sometimes, I am able to change this setting for individual tasks, but sometimes I can't. I wish that the default to be always in black and white. Is this possible?
The steps above refer only to the Mac, indeed.
AirPrint provides all color configurations, but only allow printing in color... all available Airprint parameters are listed in the What are the printing options are available? section below:
You can install the HP ePrint app and print through it, like black and white, know that color options are available for the types of documents only (PDF, TXT, MS Office files, Web sites or email), but not for the types of photo files:
I replaced my set two Officejet 7410 due to age, with the top two Officejet Pro 8600. Default tray position #1 (above) works fine and prints the paper standard and photographic paper nicely. Lac #2 (bottom) may receive envelopes #10.
I use Win XP Pro service pack #3 and the suite MS Office (Word SP3) 2002. When I write a letter, it will be printed correctly in the default tray paper #1, Word allows you to go to the fall of the low 'TOOLS' to select "envelopes, their size, (#10), printing the job-oriented and if you want to add a postal bar code, and then you select the status bar (#2) and click on print.»
This is the problem, it is unable to select a #2 tray package, even after you ask him to take the envelope tray #2 (low) instead, it takes the default bin #1 a page and print the address on this subject information!
HP Tech support response was to "Exchange the trays' when printing envelopes! How lame is that? Over the years I owned the model 7410, I never been faced with this question...
Before buying the 8600, I asked him at dealerships and even supported HP, if the 8600 worked similarly to my 7410 loving... The consensus was Yes.
Which seems not to be true (at least for me). Please advise me how to solve this evolution very dissappointing. Thank you
Hello: Unfortunately this model does not support the envelopes from the T2, you can change your settings and load the envelopes in the Tray1 and the Plains media on tray 2,
Here is a link to the "user guide".
Please look at page 165, there is a table which shows all the formats supported by shelf support.Please indicate the position that solved your problem as "acceptable Solution".
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I have OSX 10.7.5 and I recently purchased the Officejet Pro 8600. I noticed that when I choose to print from Firefox browser, I see the duplex printing option. I don't see this option when printing from Word, Excel or Adobe software.
Is selected in system preferences, then why can't two-sided printing from these applications?
I wanted to share what I found, in case someone else has the same questions (I got a quick help of Apple Support communities/forums). I don't know if this applies to versions of Microsoft office, but my key learning is that the checkbox will appear not at all for these programs. You will need to set by other means.
Go to the print dialog box
Choose the submenu "Layout" (I think that this menu by default to "Copies and Pages")
There is a "double" option, and choose 'off', "mandatory long edge" or "short edge binding.
Once I did this and the saved settings, he worked also for Excel and Adobe.
The only problem with Adobe, it's that you must follow these steps whenever you print. If I just hit print without following the steps below, it will not print duplex. The steps are on the following link.
I was expecting the same dialog box that is displayed on the browser also seems with my other apps, and this is not the case.
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