HP Officejet 150 Troubleshooting

HP Officejet 150 Bluetooth Not Printing PDF

Disconnect the printer from the computer and the network/USB connection. Go to the Programs and Features menu on your Windows system. Right-click the installed HP printer from the list displayed on-screen. Select the Uninstall or Yes option from the drop-down menu. Click Yes, if a User Account Control message displays. Go with the on-screen directions to complete the driver removal process. Restart the computer after the uninstallation process completes. Get the latest available version of the driver from our site. Start printing if the HP Officejet 150 troubleshooting issue is resolved, else proceed further.

HP Officejet 150 troubleshooting

HP Officejet 150 Won’t Print or Copy

The HP OfficeJet 150 printer stops printing and an error message Won’t Print or Copy appears on the printer screen. This issue is due to the following reasons ink cartridge problems, paper feed issues, scanner glass problems, outdated printer drivers & firmware, and paper jam error.

Check the estimated ink level on the ink cartridges. Place the ink cartridges into the designated ink slots. Ensure that appropriate papers are loaded in the input tray. Make sure to clean the paper feed rollers. Make sure to load papers with the print side facing down. Do not load curled or wrinkled papers into the tray. Use only clean and wrinkle-free plain or photo papers. Use HP Advanced Photo Paper for printing high-contrast graphics. Store the photo papers in its original packing inside a strong plastic bag. Ensure that the papers are stored in a cool and dry place. Verify your print settings in your printer driver to ensure that they are apt for your print job. Open a doc on your computer, click the File menu, and select the Print option from the drop-down menu. Open the Properties dialog box under the Print window. Set the Print settings with reference to the printer’s manual. After sorting, click Apply/OK and then click Print. Check if the doc is printed according to the settings. Replace the ink cartridges if they are low on ink.

HP Officejet 150 Connection Problems

Access the Diagnostics Results Connectivity area and ensure that the Connection is marked as PASS. In case the Connection status is inactive, restart the print environment and reconnect the printer and the computer. Check for notifications on top of the report that might assist you to resolve the problem. Confirm that the Network Name (SSID) on the report matches with your network name. If there is a security software installed or updated on your computer, it may block the system from communicating with other devices. Perform a power reset on your printer and restore the print settings to default version and check if the HP Officejet 150 troubleshooting issue resolves.