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Old 08-20-2006, 10:37 PM   #1
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Print via XP machine from Ubuntu - HP - Wont start

I have added my shared printer into my Ubuntu Laptop. Its a HP deskjet 3920, connected to my MS XP box. I added it using SMB, with no problem. I can see it. When i print something, it appears in the MS XP machine as normal, and sends it. The printer sounds like starting to print something. But wont work. When i go to the 'jobs' section of the printer, it has my job, the one i just sent, but no complete size. I mean, its like my Linux didnt send it complete, or, my XP didnt receive it complete. Example, i just sent a 2.2 MB pdf, and in 'size' label, it says (in te jobs, printer) 65kb/2.2Mb.

I have no idea what the problem may be. So i wonder if someone around here can give me a hand.



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