The most anticipated issues in all kind of printer when they are connected wirelessly. When our printer stops responding to our print or scan commands unexpectedly, makes us frustrate in many conditions. The printer is a more important device than a computer because we use computers for everything, but printers are used to print, scan, copy and fax. We only use printers in needy conditions those cannot be delayed or ignored. When you need a paper copy of some receipt, e-bill, boarding pass, report, certificate, etc. you just need a working printer. HP users can call on HP Printer Tech support number to contact printer support department and get most issues resolved conveniently by the experts.

HP Envy Printer Stopped Working

When HP Envy printer stopped working at once, then check for –

  • Available printer software and driver updates
  • Wireless network connectivity on printer
  • Latest firmware update for HP envy
  • Computer security and firewall settings
  • Installed drivers for HP Envy printer
  • Blue light of wi-fi solid or blinking on printer

When your HP envy printer stops working, there can be a possible communication error due to any above reasons. You can crosscheck with all above tips on your printer and computer to detect an actual problem and proceed further for additional diagnosis. However, if you struggle during any diagnosis, dial HP printer toll-free number and connect with engineers for convenient help on HP envy printers.

Printer Force Shut Down –

Shutting down forcefully your printer, helps in restoring the connectivity in many conditions. In fact, it can be the easiest and most effective way to overcome sudden printing errors. To force shut down and refresh connection among HP envy printer, computer and network router, follow the instructions:

  • Unplug the power cord from printer and power socket while printer is ON
  • Leave your printer OFF while performing an additional task
  • Now turn the computer OFF and network router/modem too
  • Turn the internet router and computer back ON
  • Meanwhile, plug the power cord back in power wall and printer
  • Let the printer also get ready
  • Now wait until blue light of wireless on printer turns solid
  • Try to print a test page from a computer or another network-connected device

If the printer does not work despite performing the above instructions, then get hold of HP tech support and take support from professional technicians to get your device reconfigured and ready to use.