Here is the firmware I used when I had this problem.
Thanks Torrevez! Unfortunately it sounds like the problem that this particular person is having may be more related to the print server itself but I'm still going to have the load it up it can't hurt they can always roll back to the latest general release.
Ive just started having problems with 21 of these units now. They have both reset their mac address to 000000000000.
Ive downloaded the latest firmware for the printer from HP website and when it trys to update the printer gives an error and then goes back to the ready screen. The firmware update says its completed successfully but it hasnt.
Im doing it via USB from my win7x64 machine.
I have about 12 of there at my School and most of them display the same symptoms as everyone else here, a quick switch off and on again gets them printing. They will print fine all day long then the following morning will have locked up and need to be restarted! very annoying
I would love to try the replacement firmware, Zerohour would it be possible to get the firmware update link?
I would suggest you to download and install the drivers from the manufacturer’s website
Alternative download link.
HP Laserjet p2055dn Driver
Last edited by elevan; 18th April 2012 at 10:02 AM.
I have the same problem
I really need the beta firmware too. please send the link or the file to me at ar.golafshanATgmail.com, i need it very much
Thanks in advance
i had the same problem with hp lj 1320dn and 2055dn. It took me 5 years of my live to figuir it out why....
In our company we use HP Switches and HP Printers.
I have also disabled SNMP on our printserver, but didn't work.
The thing is: on our switches I have disabled SNMP authentication on particular port on which the printers are connected and enabled SNMP on the printserver.
AND yes it has worked.
I have an HP LaserJet P2055x that works fine during the day and then the following morning is locked up and needs to be restarted. Is the beta firmware that is being out via PM's the cure for this?
Thanks in advance
Choose Firmware on the download options and download the firmware updater.exe
Once you run it choose a printer (make sure it isn't printing anything as the firmware updater sends a print job to the printer
Once installed try one of them out before doing the rest, ours seem to be fully fixed now
Hope that helps
Sorry to resurrect this epic thread, we have the same problem with lots (~6) of our 2055s randomly dropping off the network about once a day and refusing to respond in any way (ping, snmp, web) until they are rebooted.
Have applied the latest firmware using the update utility, does anyone have any other suggestions?
It was firmware v 20120615 that cured this behavior for all my 2055's if that's any help?
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