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  • barryovenden Sep 18, 2008

    deskjet f2235

  • barryovenden Sep 18, 2008

    the printer is a deskjet f2235

  • barryovenden Sep 18, 2008

    the printer is a hp deskjet f2200 all in one series

  • barryovenden Sep 18, 2008

    it is a hp deskjet f2235 all in one printer scanner copier

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To align the heads in the event of poor print quality click Start, then go to Settings and select Printers. Right-click on the icon for the relevant printer and select Printing Preferences. The example used here is with the EPSON Stylus C80.

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Click on the Utility tab. Then click on the Print Head Alignment utility.



Click Next.

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Click Print.
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The heads are correctly aligned when the lines that are printed are aligned to the centre position, in this case number 8.

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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    Zander Rovic Ocampo Sep 18, 2008



    To align the heads in the event of poor print quality click Start, then go to Settings and select Printers. Right-click on the icon for the relevant printer and select Printing Preferences. The example used here is with the EPSON Stylus C80.




    Click on the Utility tab. Then click on the Print Head Alignment utility.




    Click Next.

    Click Next.



    Click Next.


    Click Print.


    Read the below instructions and proceed accordingly.




    The heads are correctly aligned when the lines that are printed are aligned to the centre position, in this case number 8.


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First thing is can you print anything else or test pages? Also you will need to uninstall/reinstall the drivers http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?product=3571762&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&lang=en&cc=us
Just select your operating system and download the drivers and install them from that file. If you still have issues please let me know. Please do not request more assistance/reject my assistance until I have been able to fully/properly assist you. You should find this helpful and if you do and have a moment to accept and rate the solution accordingly it would be greatly appreciated.
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Reinstalling the driver or change yr software of printing.

hopefully u will choose my answer best !!!

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  • Anand Kumar
    Anand Kumar Sep 18, 2008

    Its for the same series for the only difference is the model number,.but its the series 2200...

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How about other functions are you able to print them? Also try to see if you can uninstall and reinstall the software but before that turn off and on the printer and restart the computer. Also please provide the brand and model of your rpinter as well as your OS.

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Is it set up right what model brand is your printer

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  • Let me ask you something why give thanks for trying when we just ask for the make and model of the printer. we were not Finnish helping you on this but im DONE

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Can you please inform us the brand and model of this printer and also the operating system that you're using so we can help you better.....

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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    Mark Gil Sep 18, 2008

    This can be a problem with the printer software , you can try first uninstalling and reinstalling the printer software and check if that will fix the problem......

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