HP LaserJet printer issues

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by robertwilk21, Sep 29, 2005.

  1. robertwilk21

    robertwilk21 Guest

    Have an HP 4200 series printer with the duplexing option. When I try
    to print a multiple page document (double-sided) while collating it
    prints the first page of the second copy on the back of the last page
    printed of the first copy. Is this printer even capable of this print
    job. Any help/suggestions are much appreciated. Thanks!
    robertwilk21, Sep 29, 2005
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  2. robertwilk21

    Silvabod Guest

    Is your print job an odd no. of pages .. i.e 1 - 5 ?
    Try adding a blank page (or with just 1 character) , to make the page count
    an even number ?
    Post back if this is the case, please
    Silvabod, Sep 29, 2005
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  3. robertwilk21

    Aquanaut Guest

    Read the manual----pages 63-68
    Aquanaut, Sep 30, 2005
  4. robertwilk21

    robertwilk21 Guest

    Yes. This only occurs when printing an odd number of pages. I know
    the easiest thing to do would be to insert a page break at the end of
    the document to make sure it starts over but that would have to be done
    mannually each time I print. Is there an updated driver that I need or
    something? Once again, thank you!
    robertwilk21, Sep 30, 2005
  5. robertwilk21

    Silvabod Guest

    If there is an "odd" number page count in a print job, it MUST be made into
    an even page count before the print job is started.( i.e as originally
    advised,. ina blank page)

    That's simple basic logic without reading the manual, which you have, I
    You don't need an updated driver.
    Silvabod, Oct 1, 2005
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