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    HP 1022N Error when Printing via 2008 Server

    I have manually browsed and connected to a printer shared on a 2008 X64 server on an XP SP3 x86 client, and installed the x86 driver manually on the client.

    When I go to make a a test print the attached error message appears and nothing prints.

    error-printers-2.JPG

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    What printer driver are you using? I vaguely remember a having a problem like that when using the HP Universal driver for the 1022N printers. And I think it was only the XP clients which had this issue. Using the proper 1022 driver solved it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashm View Post
    What printer driver are you using? I vaguely remember a having a problem like that when using the HP Universal driver for the 1022N printers. And I think it was only the XP clients which had this issue. Using the proper 1022 driver solved it.
    We had this issue yesterday at a clients site, this should hopefully resolve it:

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    Untick/uncheck 'Enable Bidirectional Support'
    Worked for us :-)

    Edit: Also, using the driver set for HP LaserJet PCL6 XL works.

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    We had that Bidirectional issue as well with the 1022N's (great printers!!) but what would happen is that if a non admin user printed the job would just sit in the queue and not go anywhere. If a domain admin user printed it was fine, very strange.

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    We had 1022N we ended up getting rid of them as they caused all sorts of issues for us on windows 2008 r2 and windows 7

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    Thanks for the info. They are nice printers and cheap to run, but sounds like they have problems with the drivers on Networks. I tried removing bidirectional support but it did not help. If I get a chance I might try using it on a USB cable to see if it might be something to do with the built in network card.

    I am also using latest 1022N drivers, but does not seem to have helped. Also could not find a Win Server 2008 R2 64 Bit driver to download.

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    The LaserJet 1022 is not a host based printer so are useless on the network. We have got rid of most of ours now due to this issue.



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