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HP LaserJet 1020... | Answered on Apr 08, 2019

Outlook and Outlook Express both report that error number when they can't find or connect to your mail server.
Understanding what's happening is fairly easy. Fixing requires some additional information.

I'll focus here on Outlook Express, but similar steps are appropriate for Outlook as well.
Typically you'll see an error message much like this:
oemailservererror.png Unfortunately, many people seem to fixate on the error number at the end - 0x800ccc0d. While that can be useful, and it's easy to search on, they're missing all the additional information that Outlook is providing in the error. Specifically, this:
The host 'wrongmailserver.com' could not be found.
That's a big clue as to what's going on. Your email account is configured to retrieve email from the server 'wrongmailserver.com' (a fictitious server I made up for this example), and Outlook Express cannot connect to that mail server.
Step one? Make sure you can connect to anything else on the internet - any web page will do. Error 0x800ccc0d can occur because you're not connected to the internet at all, and visiting any random web page simply verifies that your internet connection is working.
If your internet connection is not working, that has nothing to do with Outlook, Outlook Express or error 0x800ccc0d. Your mail failure is just one symptom of not being connected to the internet.
If you are connected, step 2 is to validate your Outlook Express account configuration. Specifically, if you click on the Tools menu in Outlook Express, then click on the Accounts menu item, and then in the resulting dialog box click on the Mail tab, you should see something like this:
oeaccountsdialog.png "If the Incoming Mail (POP3): setting is wrong, then error 0x800ccc0d can result." If you have more than one account, you may see multiple items in the list. Click on the one with which you are having trouble and click on Properties. In the resulting dialog box, click on the Servers tab and you should see something like this:
oeaccountproperties.png Note the arrows pointing at the two instances of the mail servers you would be using: one for POP3 (incoming email) and one for SMTP (outgoing email).
If the Incoming Mail (POP3): setting is wrong, then error 0x800ccc0d can result. In fact, the error message you got originally, "The host 'wrongmailserver.com' could not be found." is telling you that the mail server specified here could not be contacted.
So, what do you do?
I can't tell you what this setting should be, because it varies from ISP to ISP. What I use is different from what you use. So, you'll need to double check the information you were given from your ISP to see what they said your mail server name should be. Make sure you've entered that exactly. In fact, it probably makes sense to double check your entire configuration while you're here.
It's also possible that your mail server may simply be down - the ISP could be having trouble, for example, or the ISP could have changed mail servers. You'll need to contact your ISP to determine if this is the case, and whether or not they have an alternative mail server you can use, or how long you might need to wait for things to be fixed.

HP Pavilion... | Answered on Apr 08, 2019

In HP prolliant server sets, setup also logs system events. This error is due to that log. Enter setup, trace log and clear all events.

HP Compaq... | Answered on Apr 08, 2019

open up your burning program depending on which burning program you have you can select either dvd or cd to burn an iso or make a cd/dvd movie once you have made your choice a browser should open navigate to your video file/s select it you might have to select an iso
((will depend on which burning program you have)) add to you should a graph oh how many mbs have been used once it loads select burn
if you dont have any burning software to burn dvd's
there are plenty of free burning software programs on the internet

Burn4Free CD and DVD is a burning solution that's compatible with more than 3,000 DVD, Blu-ray and CD burners. Burn data and audio from different file types (WAV, WMA, MP3, OGG, FLAC, WavPack, and CDA). Burn and save ISO files, open and save your project to disk, verify content, print compilations, copy DVD, copy BLU RAY and import your audio compilation from M3U and ASX playlists. The drives supported include dual-layer DVD, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, and DVD-RAM, BD-R, BD-RE (SCSI, IDE, EIDE, and USB 1.0 and 2.0).
hope this helps you

HP DVD1040e... | Answered on Apr 07, 2019

No, since it is thick paper the fuser needs time to recover lost heat.

HP LaserJet... | Answered on Apr 07, 2019

Baking is a waste of time. Formatters are not that expensive. Call 1-800-parts-now.

HP LaserJet... | Answered on Apr 07, 2019

You have a burned out scanner bulb. Not worth repairing.

HP LaserJet... | Answered on Apr 07, 2019

Lynne there may not be a full sheet of paper jammed, but a small piece could e under the sensor. get a can of compressed air and blow out the entire paper path.

good luck!

HP Color... | Answered on Apr 06, 2019

  • Once done, try removing the photo tray and reinstall the same. You can check http://hp.care/2hpKTAy to reinsert the photo tray to the main tray.

  • Restart the printer and check the solution.

HP Office... | Answered on Apr 06, 2019


You have 2 computers (XP and VISTA)
Where is the All In One Printer directly connected ?

Keep us posted and thank you for using our service.
FixYa for all your troubleshooting needs.

HP Office... | Answered on Apr 06, 2019

The following cartridges are supported by your product

black inkjet print cartridge - HP 94
tri-color inkjet print cartridge - HP 95
tri-color inkjet print cartridge - HP 97
photo inkjet print cartridge - HP 99

HP PSC 1610... | Answered on Apr 05, 2019

Check plugs for proper gap, or gap 0.005" less and see if symptoms change <?>.

The only other suggestion I have is connect a piece of transparent fuel line to the carburetor drain port and loop it up along side of carburetor to some convenient point higher than the carb. This will give you a live visual of the fuel level inside the carburetor. Fuel level should be near top of fuel bowl while engine is running. Level will change when engine is shut off (don't care).

HP Garden | Answered on Apr 04, 2019

HP server ML350 G3 won't boot, red internal health LED
2004 time stamp in the manual, so is 15 years old, (a relic really)
and old Generation 3.
1: does the 2 fans blow, 1 in PSU , and CPU ? this be first.
sounds of that is first or you have no power or PSU is bad.
(most the time)
2: does the screen show anything, at all?
like (no signal, no sync, vga cable not connected, or the like?)
or is the screen dead,. 100% dead
ever change out the RTC coin cell inside, they don't last this long,
did you know that?
14 year old coin cell is impossible to be good. a $2 fix too.
if the coin goes bad the BIOS goes nuts, due to loss of data
in the NVRAM the coin cell powers.
replace that then do a BIOS reset, and now it ill boot to HDD 0
if and if HDD is good and if the OS is not corrupted, none stated.

HP Computers &... | Answered on Apr 04, 2019

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