Hp Error Timeout Offending Command Timeout
Some other info: we are using Win98 as the client, Netware 4.11 for the NOS. Join the community Back I agree Powerful tools you need, all for free. Her is another example, taken from a manual for a Xante printer: "The Timeout feature allows you to select the number of seconds the printer waits for additional data before cancelling HP LJ 1320 driver page for OS X 10.5 Code: Error: undefined OFFENDING COMMAND: D STACK: Assuming the error is coming from the printer, anyone know of a way to have
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Connect with top rated Experts 14 Experts available now in Live! I haven't tried printing from other applications. I would say test with another machine, I had some issues with my Yosemite upgrade which forced me to do a clean install. 2 Cayenne OP Helpful Post
Join Now One of my users prints to an Oki C831 printer from his iMac, which is running OS X Yosemite (10.10). This is still not fixed. No errors. Let us know a.
I still get the error when I print duplex . Any advice would be much appreciated. Help Desk » Inventory » Monitor » Community » Got a tip for us? Check This Out Reply 0 Reply 0 0 Bob_Headrick Provost Posts: 27,159 Member Since: 11-17-2008 Message 2 of 2 (1,473 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: ERROR: timeout OFFENDING COMMAND: timeout Options Mark as New
Reply Subscribe View Best Answer   5 Replies Serrano OP Best Answer raycaruso Dec 10, 2014 at 1:09 UTC Do you have any other people printing from mac's It will print the following error message instead: ERROR: timeout OFFENDING COMMAND: timeout STACK: -mark- /sfnts This happens both when I print duplex or not, and the printer I am using Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. hope it helps Dan B share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply KAHB, Oct 15, 2010 KAHB macrumors newbie Joined: Oct 15, 2010 #13
On the print server hardware, use a straightened paper clip to press and hold the DIAG button for two seconds. Printing has been fine, but everytime I print, I receive an added page the says:ERROR: timeoutOFFENDING COMMAND: timeoutSTACK:I would appreciate any advice. Select Add. I disabled Appletalk in the printer itself and reinstalled the Printer in Preferences/Printer and Fax as an IPP printer after checking the IP address in the printer.
When printing from the imac running OSx 10.5.6 onto an HP Laserjet 4 Plus, the printout comes out fine, but an extra sheet prints the message... Polls Who processes data for offset and digital printing? MacRumors attracts a broad audience of both consumers and professionals interested in the latest technologies and products. Linksys thinks it may be due to disabling "bi-directional printing." But I don't have the problem when printing directly from my Mac to the HPlaserjet 1320 via a USB cable.
I get an extra page after each printing: ERROR: timeout OFFENDING COMMAND: timeout STACK: Dan B said: I solved the problem by going onto my printer options and turning off "Manual Whenever I print through a Linksys wireless printserver I get exactly the same nettlesome response as Musicman4444. Uploading the latest Laserjet 4 Plus drivers for the MAC doesn't help.
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The problem is somewhere in Appletalk. displays Error: timeout Offending command: timeout Stack: After this point, she will not be able to print a second job unless she reboots the printer and imac. No problems. The Timeouts (seconds) area contains two fields: "Device Not Selected" and "Transmission Retry".
All rights reserved. This problem does not occur with my Windows users, even when using PostScript drivers. Set Timeout from the MISC:TIMEOUT configuration menu. Advertise on MacRumors Our Staff Arnold Kim Editorial Director Email • Twitter Eric Slivka Editor in Chief Email • Twitter Juli Clover Editor Email • Twitter Joe Rossignol Editor Email •
When new paper was loaded the printer printed one spread and then spat out 20 pages of PS timeout errors. I recently purchased a new iMac running on OS X 10.8.2 and downloaded the print drivers. If your printer is hooked up to a router, try connecting it directly to your computer. First Time Here?
Check out your driver settings - maybe a higher speed or different communication settings solve the issue. We upgraded all our computers to Leopard and were getting this feedback from the printer. Covered by US Patent. Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by woozie 1234, woozie 1234 Nov 4, 2014 4:52 PM in response to lshaman Level 1 (0 points) Nov 4, 2014 4:52 PM
LD share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply aztorres, Feb 2, 2014 aztorres macrumors newbie Joined: Feb 2, 2014 #15 Oki mb471w KAHB said: I have changed the driver and we print checksagain on wed. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - OFFENDING COMMAND: timeout error by john.j.shelton · 15 years ago In reply to OFFENDING COMMAND: I talked to support at Accountmate (software we are printing checks through) and they advised trying a generic Microsoft driver. It's not much, but still very annoying.
iMac 24in Lexmark Optra S 1650 with the latest printer driver from Lexmark installed. I would say test with another machine, I had some issues with my Yosemite upgrade which forced me to do a clean install.Unfortunately I only have one Mac user here, so The printer driver is HP's 4050TN PS. Over the past half year, I have compiled probably 500 sheets of paper with the following error: ERROR: timeoutOFFENDING COMMAND: timeoutSTACK:Is there really no solution to this madness?
Then, set up the printer again. This error seems to have disappeared now that slower connections such as serial or parallel lines are no longer used. Double-click on the Printers icon in the Windows Control Panel and select your RIP from the Installed Printers scroll list. Any help greatly appreciated 0 Question by:dt27 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google LVL 37 Active today Best Solution byhdhondt This is a PostScript printer and it is telling you that a print