WIN 7 64Bit with HP CP2025dn LaserJet With Windows 7 64bit offline issue

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by Anthony Lisanti, Mar 31, 2010.

  1. I had a system crash which forced me to re-install windows. Now, my
    CP2025DN shows offline, I have to shut it off and turn it back on, as
    it's refusing to wake up from powersave in order to print, or if I log
    off, reboot and log back on, the printer prints my job. Can I just
    disable powersave or is there an option for always online?

    Thank you

    Tony Lisanti
    Anthony Lisanti, Mar 31, 2010
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  2. Bobby Johnson, Mar 31, 2010
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  3. It's not in the user manual, that's why I posted
    Anthony Lisanti, Apr 1, 2010
  4. Anthony Lisanti

    James Kosin Guest

    You will probably have to contact HP. I looked they only have the
    manuals for the 2020 series which this printer is a part of.
    Unfortunately, the manual posted is old... however may apply even in
    your situation.

    Good Luck.

    James K.
    James Kosin, Apr 1, 2010
  5. If I had a question about an HP printer, then I would contact HP. Or is
    that confusing the subject with logic? I wouldn't go to a Ford dealer
    to ask a question about my Chevy.
    Bobby Johnson, Apr 1, 2010
  6. Well it makes a little sense to try and ask in the newsgroups to see
    if someone had the same problem. HP, as will all companies makes for
    a process you need to create a user account, and provide tons of
    information. They even want the printer's serial # before you can
    sub mit a question to the special system. I am recovering from
    cancer, and cannot reach behind the printer to provide a serial #.
    Therefore, I'm locked out of help from HP.

    Your Ford Chevy comment really doesn't apply.
    Anthony Lisanti, Apr 1, 2010
  7. I believe you could have found the appropriate answer if you had gone to
    the HP website and did a little searching. I found that @
    there is a link for an item referred to as a User Guide. In that guide
    is detailed information about the printer's Control Panel. On page 14
    is the PowerSave setting information.

    I didn't have to register for anything. I just read the information on
    the website pages and found what you were asking for. So, I go back to
    my previous post, if you're looking for information about an HP printer
    the best place to find it is on the HP website.

    I appreciate the fact that you are recovering from cancer, but I don't
    see the relevance. And I think my Ford & Chevy comment is applicable!
    Bobby Johnson, Apr 1, 2010
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