My printer will feed and print on regular paper but when I try to print a picture on photo quality paper the paper feeds in part way and flashes an error. Once a message appeared on my computer that stated that the ink cartridge was jamed.
This printer does not print on photo paper...read the specs online about it....prints on regular stock paper but NOT photo paper....i have the same prob.....need to buy a photo paper compatable printer.
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Right click on default printer icon select printing prefrences,click on advanced tab,select the size.or
Click on start menu then click on control panel.
Click on classic view on the left pane.
Double click on printers and faxes from the top toolbar.
Click on add a local printer.
Select the USB 001 virtual printer port from the “Use existing port” and click on next.
Select the manufacturer as HP and printer as Deskjet 990c and click on next.
We are using the generic driver for HP printers.
Use the default name for the printer, or you can change to your printer name and click on next.
Select yes to print a test page and click on next.
Select yes to set as default and click on next.
Select no to “do not share” and click on finish.
Open printers window, right click on the psc printer icon , select printing preferences, click on paper\quality tab, select the paper size as 5x7, check the option as borderless printing and click on apply and then oK...
Try to print ,,,
That's a "paper jam" error that can be fixed by removing all paper and pressing the resume/cancel button. Then replace the paper in the feed chute. The printer can straighten out a crooked feed to a very limited degree. The photo feeder attachment can interfere with a really full 8x11 feed. The i860 is very susceptible to overfilling the 8 1/2 x11 feeder without notice until you try to print. I usually remove the photo feeder until I need to print photos, and keep the regular paper feeder no more than 3/4 full. I pull out the regular paper when printing photos.
keep checking the HP site for an updated Driver for your printer, but why not use an online photo printing service like Walgreens or Walmart, You can't possibly print photos at home cheaper than they can, and this way you get actual photographs back.