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When I attempt to print a long post (or other long item) of more than 10 pages, the first ten pages print correctly, but the remaining pages print blank except for my default header information (ie. date and page number). I have tried different ways of printing (such as using the printer Icon, or using File/Print/PrintRange with various options), but the end result is always the same.

I am running Windows 95 and Internet Explorer 5.0, with an HP Deskjet 722C printer.

My thanks in advance for any help.
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Are you printing from a word processor program?

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I'm not printing from a word processor program, just from my browser, MIE 5.0.
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When I attempt to print a long post (or other long item) of more than 10 pages, the first ten pages print correctly, but the remaining pages print blank except for my default header information (ie. date and page number). I have tried different ways of printing (such as using the printer Icon, or using File/Print/PrintRange with various options), but the end result is always the same.

I am running Windows 95 and Internet Explorer 5.0, with an HP Deskjet 722C printer.


When I was running Windows 95, I frequently had problems when I queued more than 3 or 4 jobs to the print spooler at a time. If you are doing that, you might wish to do the spooling in your head and enqueue only one or two jobs at a time to the Windows print spooler.

Likewise, when printing from Netscape 3.* or 4.0? to the H.P. 660Cse printer, I could not do long things, though I could do long things (my >50-page income tax return from TurboTax) from some other programs. I doubt it was a Netscape problem, though. You might try printing to a file and then printing the file. I never could print to a file. Whenever I tried that, it printed to the printer anyway (it never would ask to what file I wished to print).

I finally solved that by upgrading to Red Hat Linux 5.0, and all those problems went away. You might consider setting up a dual-boot system with your present Windows and Red Hat Linux 6.0 and see how you like it. If you have a friend running it, it is legal to install his or hers on your machine too.
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Rjdearborn,

I have had different sorts of problems with Netscape Navigator and my HP printer (682C) -- the Netscape newsgroups' advice was to be sure I had the latest driver for the HP printer. (I was encountering lockups -- the updated driver has helped.)

For your HP model 722C, you can download the latest driver (currently, Version 10.1, dated Dec. 22, 1997) from:

http://www.hp.com/cposupport/cons_swindexes/dj722c_swen.html

Hope this helps!
Ron
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