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This condition is typically caused by one of the cartridges failing. Try removing the black cartridge and printing (not copying) a test page. If this prints at near normal speed the black cartridge is at fault and should be replaced. If the printer still prints slowly then put the black cartridge back in and remove the color cartridge, then print a page. Replacing the cartridge that causes the slow printing with a fresh cartridge will resolve the issue.
A test page prints with the proper ink/text showing up?Have you tried restarting the computer?
Have you powered off the printer and turned it back on?
You could try reinstalling the printer software and see if that helps.
Ok, first off, system specs:
- Windows XP Home SP2
- HP PSC 1*** (not sure) Inkjet Printer
In MS Office 2003, when you print a document, the printer spits out a
blank page. When I did a test page in the printer settings, the test
page printed perfectly fine. And pretty much any other non MS based
program prints (tested: AOL EMails/webpages [IE6]).
I reinstalled the drivers and checked for updates...all good. Restarted the PC with printer unplugged and vice-versa.
try to make a color copy from the all-in-one and if it prints good, then try to print a test page from the computer and check whether the color is printing or not, if the color is printed then check whether the print in grayscale option is enabled or not, if it is enabled please disable it.