HP Printer Error c4eba341 [How to Fix]

In this article, we will guide you on how to fix the HP Printer Error c4eba341. Before we do that, we will share with you the signs and causes of this error to give you a better understanding of how to deal with and also prevent this error in the future.

Signs of the HP Printer Error c4eba341

The following are signs that indicate the HP printer error c4eba341:

i. Your printer displays this error code: “c4eba341” on the control panel.

ii. The display screen of your printer will become completely blue.

iii. The left and right arrows icons become deactivated and the return or home buttons cannot be selected or pressed.

We recommend that you read this: HP Printer Errors and Solutions [Detailed]. In that linked article, we provide solutions to other HP printer errors.

Causes of the HP Printer Error c4eba341

The HP printer error c4eba341 is an indication that the printer lacks a printing signal. This is usually due to the following reasons:

i. Malfunction of the print spooler

ii. Corrupted registry files

iii. Wrong printer driver installation

iv. Inappropriate or unwanted entries

v. RAM related issues

vi. Hardware related problems

vii. Redundant command

viii. Several fragmented files, etc.

HP Printer Error c4eba341 Troubleshooting Steps

To fix this error, do the following troubleshooting steps:

1. Perform a Cold Reset on your HP Printer

To cold reset your HP printer, click this link: HP Printer Errors- Cold Reset your HP Printer, and follow the instructions we shared earlier under the “How to Cold Reset your HP Printer” subsection.

2. Check the Carriage and Ensure the Cartridge is Installed Correctly

If the carriage is not moving freely or the cartridge is not installed correctly, it could lead to the c43ba341 error. Therefore, to fix this error, do the following:

Step 1: Turn off your HP printer.

Step 2: Open your printer’s cartridge access door.

Step 3: Disconnect the power cord from your HP printer.

Step 4: Check for paper jams within the printer and remove any found.

Step 5: Move the printer carriage manually from side to side and confirm that it is moving smoothly.

Step 6: Clean any dust on the printer’s guide rails.

Step 7: Take out the cartridge from your printer.

Step 8: Reinstall the cartridge into their correct slots.

Step 9: Ensure that the orange safety tape is removed.

Step 10: Close your printer’s cartridge access door.

Step 11: Reconnect the power cord to your HP printer.

Step 12: Turn on your HP printer.

Check if the error has been resolved.

If it is not resolved, move to the next troubleshooting step.

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3. Recover the msvcp90d.dll Registry File

How to recover the msvcp90d.dll Registry File

To recover the msvcp90d.dll registry file, do these steps:

Step 1: Look for the msvcp90d.dll file in the computer’s registry.

Step 2: If you can’t find it, check the “Recycle Bin”.

Step 3: Search for “msvcp90d.dll” in the Recycle Bin.

Step 4: When you see it, right-click the file.

Step 5: Select “Restore”.

Step 6: Go back to the registry and confirm that the file is restored.

Step 7: Once you confirm, restart the computer.

Once the computer restarts, try printing a document. If you still encounter the error, try the next troubleshooting.

4. Uninstall and Reinstall your HP Printer Driver

To uninstall and reinstall your HP printer driver, follow the instructions we shared here: HP Printer Error Insufficient Memory – Uninstall and Reinstall your HP Printer Driver.