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CA778688
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HP4000 PCL XL Error Unsupported Protocol

Here is my problem :
When some users print on this HP4000 PCL6 Drivers, it's writen "pcl xl error
subsystem:kernel error:unsupported protocol
operator:0x0
position :0"

Please Help...
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Rachelle Thoren
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Re: HP4000 PCL XL Error Unsupported Protocol

Mastraletti,

Thanks for posting your question with us.

I have a couple of documents that will walk you through troubleshooting and resolving the PCL XL error that you are seeing. Please take a look at this information:

http://www.hp.com/cposupport/printers/support_doc/bpl03752.html

http://www.hp.com/cposupport/printers/support_doc/bpl03010.html

Rachelle
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cadditguy
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Re: HP4000 PCL XL Error Unsupported Protocol

The links found here do not work.  I am experiencing the same problem and some existing articles would be nice

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turi
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Re: HP4000 PCL XL Error Unsupported Protocol

I would install PCL5. PCL6 is known for that error.
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Kenneth Chan_2
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Prodgers
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Re: HP4000 PCL XL Error Unsupported Protocol

PCL XL error

 

Subsystem: Kernel

 

Error: UnsupportedProtocol

 

Operator: 0x0

 

Position: 0

 

 

So here's the issue;

 

I'm trying to network this printer to the computers in our computer lab. The drivers both PCL5 and PCL6 have been tried and tested STILL I get this error. What I want are the god dang drivers for a Hewlett Packard Laserjet 4050N for windows 7. I don't want your universal driver packages since these don't seem to work. Also the links on this thread don't work.

 

 

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DavidZuts
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Message 7 of 13 (30,785 Views)

Re: HP4000 PCL XL Error Unsupported Protocol

Use the driver built into your operating system. If not there click on the windows update button and it will appear. You will only get pcl xl error when using pcl6 and it does not matter if universal or not. The pcl 5 and postscript drivers will not give that error.
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rootie
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Re: HP4000 PCL XL Error Unsupported Protocol

Hi Prodgers,

 

Based on your comment that you get the same error message on all drivers including PCL5 and PS, I would guess that the printer driver you think is getting used isn't actually what is being used to send output to this printer. 

 

Which printer drivers do you have installed on your system?

 

Which printer driver is configured as the default for Windows?

 

(more in a bit... -- please let me know what you have so far)

 

rootie

I work for HP.
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rootie
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Message 9 of 13 (30,706 Views)

Re: HP4000 PCL XL Error Unsupported Protocol

More information...

 

In Windows7, in the "Control Panel" -> "Hardware and Sound" -> "Devices and Printers" right click on the PCL5 or postscript printer for your 4050, choose "Printer Properties" from the context menu. 

 

On the printer properties dialog, there will be a "Print Test Page" button.  Click that and let me know if it works for you to print to your 4050.

 

If you get the same error message for "Print Test Page", then we'll need to dig deeper.  On the same "Printer Properties" dialog box, there is the "Advanced" tab where you should be able to change the driver associated with the device. 

 

If you are not able to resolve the PCL-XL error page with  these steps, please let me know.

 

 

I work for HP.
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ZipleR
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Registered: ‎09-09-2013
Message 10 of 13 (12,287 Views)

Re: HP4000 PCL XL Error Unsupported Protocol

I had the same problem on a HP LaserJet 4050.

 

I changed the settings on the I/O menu to the following

 

Parallel Speed = High

Parallel High Speed = Yes

Parallel Adv Function = On

Serial Pacing = Xon/Xoff

Serial Robust Xon=ON

 

The Serial Pacing was set to DTR/DSR - and right after I chaned that my printer began working with the HP UPD v5.5 PCL6.

Before changing that setting I needed to use PCL5.

 

I am hoping others can validate this - as I just stumbled upon it. 

Thanks!

 

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Rubenator
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Registered: ‎05-22-2012
Message 11 of 13 (12,227 Views)

Re: HP4000 PCL XL Error Unsupported Protocol

Try re-install upd drive with new ver 5.5
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ZipleR
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Message 12 of 13 (12,217 Views)

Re: HP4000 PCL XL Error Unsupported Protocol

Do you mean version 5.6.5.15717?

 

There was only 1 UPD Verion 5.5 (5.5.0.12834) released that I know of.

 

Thanks!

 

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Sohail_Arshad
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Message 13 of 13 (12,184 Views)

Re: HP4000 PCL XL Error Unsupported Protocol

Hi,

 

PCL XL Error pages gets printed if one or the other file of the driver is corrupted.

 

The solution to this problem is to upgrade/replace the existing driver which is in use and install a Universal Print Driver for Windows PCL6 (UPD PCL6) or a Universal Print Driver for Windows PostScript (UPD PS).

 

Please find the link to download the drivers mentioned above.

 

For UPD PCL6 :

 

http://h20566.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/template.PAGE/public/psi/swdDetails/?javax.portlet.begCac...

 

For UPD PS :

 

http://h20566.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/template.PAGE/public/psi/swdDetails/?sp4ts.oid=3271558&sp...

 

The above two drivers should resolve your issue.

 

I work for HP in Printer Department.

Please send Kudos if you are satisfied with this suggestion.

 

Regards,

Sohail Arshad

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