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    Plzz help me

    Hi guys,

    i am a new comer, i just started to practice on network. please help me on this question, when you login to the network but gets the following error “The system cannot log you on now because the domain "NAME" is not available”
    Q: Explain how you might resolve this problem?

    2. office printer, a HP LaserJet 4200N is leaving black marks on the page when printing.
    Q: What do you do?

    please help me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lionsl2005 View Post
    Hi guys,

    i am a new comer, i just started to practice on network. please help me on this question, when you login to the network but gets the following error “The system cannot log you on now because the domain "NAME" is not available”
    Q: Explain how you might resolve this problem?
    Plug it back into the network

    Then check the DNS settings on it are correct.

    2. office printer, a HP LaserJet 4200N is leaving black marks on the page when printing.
    Q: What do you do?

    Blow it out with a can of compressed air.

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    i am a new comer, i just started to practice on network. please help me on this question, when you login to the network but gets the following error “The system cannot log you on now because the domain "NAME" is not available”
    Q: Explain how you might resolve this problem?
    That basically means the computer can't talk to the domain controller. If it happens on one computer it probably network cable as p'monkey says. If all it is all computers it could be the server or network issue.

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    [QUOTE=Blow it out with a can of compressed air.[/QUOTE]

    WILL PRINTER HEAD CLEAN AND ALIGNMENT HELP?

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    What are the marks like?

    The they lines, dots, patches?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    What are the marks like?

    The they lines, dots, patches?
    YHH. THY R DOTS..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lionsl2005 View Post
    when you login to the network but gets the following error “The system cannot log you on now because the domain "NAME" is not available”
    Your machine can't connect to the Windows domain that it wants to, which generally means the network connection has conked out in some way. If this is on a laptop, it could mean the wireless network is out of range.

    office printer, a HP LaserJet 4200N is leaving black marks on the page when printing.
    What sort of black marks? Like spare toner? Are you using re-filled toner cartridges? We found ours had a tendency to leak toner - might want to find something to vacuum it up with as breathing in fine particulate dust isn't good for you. If you mean like black score marks along the sheet, then you need to adjust the tension on the paper roller at the back, seemingly - we had a 4600N with this problem.

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    Random or do them seem to be confined within a section of the page?

    Have you recently replaced the toner or drum?

    Also do they seem to be fading?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lionsl2005 View Post
    WILL PRINTER HEAD CLEAN AND ALIGNMENT HELP?
    No, it's a laser printer, it doesn't have any print heads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lionsl2005 View Post
    when you login to the network but gets the following error “The system cannot log you on now because the domain "NAME" is not available”
    Normally Means the network cable has been unplugged and the computer now cannot connect to the domain controller. although i have come across this when a computer has fallen of the domain and in that case you need to log on to the machine locally and re-add the machine to the domain.

    As for the printer problem.. normally just a can of compressed air does the trick! good clean

    James.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Random or do them seem to be confined within a section of the page?

    Have you recently replaced the toner or drum?

    Also do they seem to be fading?
    ITS SEEMS 2 BE RENDOM. YHH ITS A TEFILL TONER. RECENTLY CHANGED.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhicks View Post
    No, it's a laser printer, it doesn't have any print heads.

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    THZ DAVID


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    Quote Originally Posted by lionsl2005 View Post
    ITS A TEFILL TONER. RECENTLY CHANGED.
    Have the problems started since you put that new (refilled) toner cartridge in? If so, I reckon that's where the problem is. Our 4600N had this same problem, too - switched back to HP cartridges, no more problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhicks View Post
    Have the problems started since you put that new (refilled) toner cartridge in? If so, I reckon that's where the problem is. Our 4600N had this same problem, too - switched back to HP cartridges, no more problems.

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    I'll second that - we've had nothing but problems with refilled toners. Leaky cartridges, shadowing and smudges, and the colour ones don't print good colours. Went back to originals cartridges, and no more problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lionsl2005 View Post
    Hi guys,

    i am a new comer, i just started to practice on network. please help me on this question, when you login to the network but gets the following error “The system cannot log you on now because the domain "NAME" is not available”
    Q: Explain how you might resolve this problem?

    please help me.

    There is another possibility that nobody has mentioned - that the domain server is switched off or has failed. If this was the case you would be getting this on all your computers not just one.



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