What is an internal errow in my computor mean? Tags: Hewlett Packard Color Laserjet Windows XP Last response: July 15, 2010 3:51 PM in Windows XP Share Anonymous a b α HP July 15, 2010 3:50:24 AM Hello, I installed JHP Color LaserJet CM2320 MFP. It worked for a while but suddently It stop working and I started getting the message that an internal errow had occured. Please help me solve this problem. (Windows hp) Danny/Colo More about : internal errow computor soundguruman July 15, 2010 3:51:39 PM Exactly what does the error message say? There could be a windows error, or a printer error. We need to narrow that down to solve the problem. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Explain what default mail content not properly installed means on my computor wh Forum how do I get a internal floppy disk to work in my computor/it is installed Forum I just received an older desktop computor and I want to know what I need to get for it to connect to my other computor's wirel Forum What does it mean when you computer is telling you it can not connect to interne Forum SolvedWhat does this mean? Forum SolvedWhat does + 80GB mSATA SSD Caching mean? Forum SolvedWhat does it mean when the PC wont beep? Forum Solved12ms, 4ms (GTG) What does this mean? Forum what router do i need for computor and ipad Forum SolvedWhat does -12vcc mean on a psu? Forum SolvedWhat does AM3+ Mean Forum Solvedwhat does this light mean Forum Solvedwhat does SATA Express and M.2 mean? Forum SolvedAsus Q-Codes - What do they mean? Forum SolvedWhat does Power Limit (%) mean, in MSI AfterBurner? Forum Solvedwhat does superclocked and double dissipation mean? Forum SolvedDram LED light comes on green but only for a second when booted up what doe this mean? Forum SolvedWhat does the PUMP mean on the GPU? Forum SolvedWhat is does "Tray" mean in CPU terms? Forum Solvedwhat does "20/24 Pin" mean in re. to Power Supply Unit Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !