This time we will share about HP LaserJet 1300 PCL Troubleshooting. Printer drivers are pieces of software that enable your operating system to communicate with a printer’s hardware. Most printer drivers used in Windows are PCL drivers, which stands for printer command language. If you send documents to an HP LaserJet 1300 but the text or images are not displayed correctly, you should try installing the latest PCL driver.
Steps HP LaserJet 1300 PCL Troubleshooting
- Make sure the HP LaserJet 1300 printer is turned on and connected to your computer with a USB cable.
- Go to the download page of HP drivers.
- Select the operating system that you are using, and then follow the instructions to download the PCL6 driver. The PCL5 driver is also available, but the PCL6 driver is more stable. Save the driver file on the desktop.
- Open the Start menu and click “Printers and Faxes.”
- Click on the icon for your HP LaserJet 1300 and select Properties.
- Go to the Advanced tab at the top of the window.
- Click the “New Driver” button and press “Next”. If the Add Printer Wizard appears.
- Select the “Disk” option.
- Press “Browse,” highlight the PCL6 file you downloaded to your desktop, and then click “Open” and “OK.”
- Click Finish to update printer drivers and fix PCL issues.
Happy printing 🙂