Printing Problem

  scooby43 11:23 19 Jul 03
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Hi Everyone

I have an interesting problem, with my printer it is a Hewlett Packard DeskJet 610c, when printing it will print pages off the internet or a print test page but I cannot get it to print normal documents for example letters.

The Printer just prints out blank pages the inks are brand new after changing them, but still no joy does anyone have any ideas I have also checked the printer properties and cant see that anything is different or needs altering.

Scooby

  hugh-265156 12:13 19 Jul 03
  hugh-265156 12:15 19 Jul 03

from the above have a look at,solve a problem,printing,unexpected output.

  scooby43 12:31 19 Jul 03

thanks ill have a look at the link anyone else know what maybe the problem

  scooby43 17:31 19 Jul 03

hi huggyg71

I tried your suggestion but no joy I did another self test but still the same problem with not printing documents anyone else know whats wrong thanks in advanced

scooby43

  scooby43 22:33 20 Jul 03

Hi all

I have realised after looking back at my test pages there is in fact a problem with my black ink which I think is the problem did people know that printers are chipped which i didn't know mean you can only use the manufacturers and not compatibles ?

cheers

  roy 23:16 20 Jul 03

Hi scooby43

I see you are still having problems.
Don't know whether your printer needs chipped refills or not but that sounds a possibility.

Maybe someone knows.

  woodchip 23:34 20 Jul 03

You can buy a reprogrammer for the chip

  DieSse 23:43 20 Jul 03

HP 610 printers do not use chipped cartridges.

  scooby43 23:44 20 Jul 03

hi thanks for the replys what do u mean by a reprogrammer for the chip ?

  scooby43 22:17 21 Jul 03

I think I am going to have to buy new black ink DieSse thanks I didnt know that they arnt chipped.

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