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Ink lvels How can I find out the ink levels in each cartridge on my HP PSC 1510 all in one series printer? I have Windows Vista now. I used to be able to do this easily on XP. Thank you.

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  • holliston Sep 06, 2008

    I could not find HP Solutions Center on my computer. I mentioned that I have new Vista and it isn't user friendly. I did an advanced search and it does not show up.

  • holliston Sep 06, 2008

    My Properties does NOT have a Services option. I am lost.

  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    I have the same issues here and there is not a services tab like they say....think we are just sol!

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Hello holliston,
You can try the following steps that should help you determine your ink levels.


  1. Open the Printer Toolbox . There are two ways to do this:
    • Click Start and select HP Solution Center . Select the Settings menu, then the Print Settings submenu, and finally the Printer Toolbox .
    • In your printing application, click File , click Print , and click Properties . Click the Services tab, then the Service This Device icon.
  2. The Printer Toolbox opens. Click the Estimated Ink Level tab. A cartridge may be running out of ink even if the graphic shows ink remaining. Lines or streaks always appear in printouts when the cartridges begin to run out of ink. Replace print cartridges that are out of ink or low on ink.
If you do not mind, please rate my help I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks

Posted on Sep 06, 2008

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    Bobby Sep 07, 2008

    You can not go to the printer Icon and open any information about the printer? If you installed the printer software it should be there.

  •  Bobby
    Bobby Sep 07, 2008

    You can also check in the start menu and find your printer there as well. try right clicking and it should have properties at the bottom.

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