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Old 08-21-2009, 06:45 AM   #6
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If all else fails then run the HP installer software. I seem to remember that solving the problem of finding an HP2605dn a couple of times in the past.
That was what I tried first, and that is where I discovered that there was a server problem. I assume that actually refers to my mess of routers and switches, i.e., the plugging in business.

Maybe I will dig into this today.

I meant to ask you about something that was going on earlier, when the printer was working. Every so often it would simply not print. If I switched it off and then back on, it would usually work fine. Have you had that experience?

   
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