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Why won't hp dj1000j110 printer print more than the test page? Job goes to print queue, flashes for a moment, then disappears and the printer does not print anything. Printer driver is hplip-3.11.3a.run. Install telemetry available upon request.

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Disabling bi-directional printing on your printer will fix this problem. Take a look at this: How to send print jobs to Windows XP?

Even when this answer refers to Windows XP acting like a print server, the same rules applies to HP printers when connected to a Linux machine. Give it a try and please inform.

Good luck!

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Additionally, take a look at HPLIP (The HP Linux Imaging and Printing). This can help you but the majority of the HP's are working perfectly right out of the box, I insist that you may be experiencing bi-directional printing issues. Unfortunately I don't have an HP physically connected to my computer at this very moment in order to run a test. HPLIP can, however, help you.

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I erased all of Windows on purpose while installing Ubuntu 9.10. So, Windows XP, or any other Windows distro does not exit. –  ken1943 Apr 17 '11 at 18:11
    
Currently, I run Ubuntu 10.04, trying to get my HP printer to work. HP driver hplip-3.11.3a.run is installed. It printed a test page, but the system will not print anything else. The job shows up on job queue for all of 2 sec then flashes off the screen. –  ken1943 Apr 17 '11 at 18:27
    
I have edited my answer to provide you with a link. I hope this help you. –  Geppettvs D'Constanzo Apr 18 '11 at 15:15
    
Further tests of the software reveals that the printer is trying real hard to print but for some reason it just can't or won't. –  ken1943 Apr 19 '11 at 22:28
    
The Document Print Status sheet shows jobs "Processing", "Completed", or "Aborted", --- yet,the computer does not print anything. The power cord and liaison cable hooking the printer to the computer are hooked in there solidly. –  ken1943 Apr 19 '11 at 22:36
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