One thing that is worse than your HP printer not printing anything is when it keeps reappearing in the system after you delete it. Many users have had this issue, usually with an incomplete printing job that the system greenlit but did not process fully. Your HP printer not printing anything may mean it is time to remove it completely from the PC.
It may not be enough to delete the printer from Control Panel and Settings, because this would not change the registry’s configuration. The latter needs to be edited manually.
There will likely be multiple users on office computers, and one or more may be logged in to the printer you are looking to delete. Log out from each account, and then delete the driver package and the printer.
Head to the Device Manager, then to View, and then select Show Hidden Devices. Maximize the group labeled Software Devices and locate, and delete your printer from here.
A lot of people use the Print Management app, which also happens to be a great tool for removing printers with minimal hassle.
The above instructions should help you remove persistent printer from the PC, which can be a bigger problem than your HP printer not printing anything. Follow them closely and you will have fixed the issue in no time.