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http://www.laserquipt.com/support/idx/26/466/article/How-to-Perform-a-PrintStop-Test.html

How to Perform a Print/Stop Test

Print/Stop Test

This diagnostic test can be used to isolate the cause of problems, such as image formation defects and jams, within the engine. This test allows the paper to be stopped anywhere along the printer’s paper path. The test can be programmed to stop printing internal pages or an external print job when the paper reaches a certain position. The test can also be programmed to stop from 0 to 60,000 mS. If the timer is set to a value that is greater than it takes to print the job, there are two ways to recover the printer.

After the print job completes, press Stop to return to the diagnostic menu before the timer times out.

After the timer times out, press Stop. The door switch must be cycled by opening and closing the front door to restart the engine and return it to a normal state. When the timer trips, the display shows the message PRINTING STOPPED PRESS Check TO CONTINUE. Pressing the will print the previously selected job. Press Stop and then the button to prevent the previous job from printing.

NOTE: Do not attempt to execute a Print/Stop test while the printer is calibrating; a power cycle will be required. If a jam message is encountered during testing, cycle the door switch.

Use the built-in print quality troubleshooting pages to help diagnose and solve print quality problems.
Press MENU to enter the MENUS.
Press (Down arrow) to highlight DIAGNOSTICS.
Press (Select) to select DIAGNOSTICS.
Press (Down arrow) to highlight PQ TROUBLESHOOTING.
Press (Select) to print the pages.

Print Stop Test values for Print Quality Troubleshooting

The following values are utilized when printing the PQ TROUBLESHOOTING pages from the DIAGNOSTICS MENU:
11250 – Cyan at bottom of ITB, starting to transfer. Near full page of Magenta on face of ITB.
15000 – Magenta at bottom of ITB, starting to transfer. Near full page of Yellow on face of ITB.
18750 – Yellow at bottom of ITB, starting to transfer.

Testing parameters

The following identifies where the test will stop when programmed with mS time periods:

Letter

1000 mS – 7000 mS Registration

7150 mS Paper just starts to pull past registration.

7500 mS Leading edge approximately 2 inches past registration.

8000 mS Leading edge approximately 4 inches past registration.

10500 mS Trailing edge cleared transfer roller, leading edge 2 inches above fuser.

13500 mS Leading edge just reaching output delivery, trailing edge 2 inches above fuser.

15000 mS Trailing edge partially hanging from output delivery.

15250 mS Paper ejected to standard output bin.

A4

1000 – 7000 mS Registration

7150 mS Paper just starts to pull past registration

7500 mS Leading edge approximately 2 inches past registration

8000 mS Leading edger approximately 4 inches

10650 mS Trailing edge cleared transfer roller, leading edge 2 1/4 inches above fuser

13600 mS Leading edge just reaching output delivery, trailing edge 2 inches above fuser

15150 mS Trailing edge partially hanging from output delivery.

15250 mS Paper ejected to standard output bin

© 2005 Hewlett-Packard

 

HP LaserJet 4200 Series printer 11420002
HP LaserJet 4250 Series printer 09425004
HP LaserJet 4300 Series printer 11430002
HP LaserJet 4350 Series printer 09435004

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HP Printer Model Service Menu PIN Code
LaserJet 2300 11230002
LaserJet 2410 10241004
LaserJet 2420 10242004
LaserJet 2430 10243004
Color LaserJet 3000 11300005
Color LaserJet 3500 10350003
Color LaserJet 3550 10350003
Color LaserJet 3600 11360005
Color LaserJet 3700 10370003
Color LaserJet 3800 11380005
LaserJet 4100 MFP 04410002
LaserJet 4101 MFP 04410002
LaserJet 4200 11420002
LaserJet 4240 04424005
LaserJet 4250 09425004
LaserJet 4300 11430002
LaserJet 4345 MFP 11434504
LaserJet 4350 09435004
Color LaserJet 4600 04460002
Color LaserJet 4610 05465004
Color LaserJet 4650 05465004
Color LaserJet 4700 09470005
Color LaserJet 4730 MFP 09473005
LaserJet 5200 05520006
Color LaserJet 5500 04550002
Color LaserJet 5550 09555004
LaserJet 9000 00900001
Laserjet 9040 04904005
Laserjet 9050 09905004
Laserjet 9500 04950003
LaserJet 9000 MFP 00900001
LaserJet 9040 MFP 11904004
LaserJet 9050 MFP 09905004
Color LaserJet 9500 MFP 04950003
LaserJet cp4005 10400506
Color laserjet CP3505 06350507
Color laserjet CP4005 10400506
Color laserjet CP6015 03601508
LaserJet M3027 11303506
LaserJet M3035 11303506
LaserJet M4345 11434506
LaserJet M5025 11503506
LaserJet M5035 11503506
LaserJet P3005 10300506
Laserjet P4014 05401408
Laserjet P4015 05401508
Laserjet P4515 05451508

http://printertechs.com/tech/pin-servicemenu.php

 

DC7900 VT mode

Found in the security section of the BIOS if the CPU supports it. Needs to be enabled for 64bit VMs to work.

 

I know someone who had same issue.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnkQNmKauEc

HP DV9000 blank screen fix! Video problem BGA rework
This fix also works on the HP DV2000, DV6000 and DV9000 there are a couple more HP’s with this BGA video issue. Also effected by this issue are a couple Compaq models. The Comaq Presario V3000 V6000 and a couple of the Pavilion models.
If you would like us to fix this issue for you please send the laptop to the address below
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211 John Young Parkway
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If you have any questions please call our service hotline 321-332-0710
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This utility will format any USB flash drive, with your choice of FAT, FAT32, or NTFS partition types.

 

Problem:

Windows 7 64 is now installed. Works fine. You do a restart and it goes past post then black screen then slight white washed black screen as if it’s going to load Windows 7 logo but doesn’t. Just stays there. No errors.

Turn off and on again and it’s fine. It’s only if you do a restart.

Fix:

“In bios, advanced, power on options, try setting post mode to either Clear Memory or FullBoot.
I had the same restart issue and the above change resolved it.”

I set it to clear memory and it’s fixed it.

 

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