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shihabkb shihabkb is offline
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Dear All,

I have a HP Deskjet D2300 printer. Please find my problem below,

1. I tried to print when there is no paper in my printer.
2. I deleted the job from print que dialog.
3. The print job's status changed to Deleting.
4. But the job is not deleted from the print que dialog until I load a paper in the printer.
5. When I load a paper in the printer then the job deleted from the print que dialog.

any body have answer for this scenario? Please reply.

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bigal bigal is offline
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I've experienced several issues with HP printers not deleting their print jobs, even one case where the CPU usage would go up to 100% after a few minutes because the printer wasn't connected to the computer anymore. I would delete the printer from the Printer menu and then add a new printer. Do not waste your time reinstalling Windows or anything that drastic.
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