These instructions address several reasons behind the hp deskjet 2700 offline problems. The simplest steps to follow and fix hp printer offline error.
- Use the “HP Print and Scan Doctor” application to identify and resolve errors.
- Special version that is designed to solve connection problems by clicking this link.
- Open the application called HPPSdr.exe by clicking on it from the download location, allowing it to run.
- If prompted, choose “Yes” to trust the source of the file.
- Click Start and choose your printer.
- If your printer is not on the list, restart it. Open “Print and Scan Doctor” application.
- The application will identify possible connection problems. Follow the prompts and click “Yes” if you are prompted to enable printer updates.
- Continue through the prompts and click ‘Yes’ if you are prompted to make this printer the default printer.
Why is my HP deskjet 2700 says offline
Confirm your printer port and Windows services status. The next step in troubleshooting your offline printer is to see if your printer uses a WSD port.
- To determine this, search Windows or ask Cortana for the Control Panel and click “View devices and printers.”
- Next, right-click on your printer and select “Printer Properties.”
- Tap on the “Ports” and use WSD port.
Why does my HP deskjet 2700 keep going offline
- Search Windows or request “Services” from Cortana
- Scroll through the list to find the Role Discovery Provider Host (FDPHost) and Role Discovery Resource Post (FDResPub)
- Check the “Status” and “Home” columns
- If they are running and the startup is automatic, go to the next step
- Appear blank with a manual startup type, right-click on the name and select “Properties”
- Change the startup type to automatic
- Go back to the “Devices and Printers” window and press “F5.”
If it’s online, your problem is solved. If the printer is still offline, printed a network configuration report. You can do it through the “Settings” or “Wireless connection” menu of your printer.
How to fix hp deskjet 2700 says offline on windows 10
- Right-click on the name of your printer, select “Printer Properties” and click on the “Ports” tab.
- Select “Add Port”.
- Use the network configuration report you ran earlier to add a new port: a hostname is preferable.
- Return to the “printers and scanners” window and press “F5”.
- Check the status of your printer by clicking.
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