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Printing problem i have a wireless network at home consist of the following : windows xp desktop, hp printer ans vista laptop ... when i try to send files to print from my laptop , they print in a very odd way .. the letters are printed on the other face of the paper .. ..i mean that you can't read anything if you try to read on the printed face .. BUT if you flip the paper to the other face then you can read everything and here it feels as if you were reading from behind the paper .... to explain more : magine placing a plain paper in front of opened book and then trying to read .. you can see the words but they are not printed on the loose paper rather they are on the book .. i hope you can understand me ..

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  • farahmo Oct 12, 2008

    hp deskjet 3840

  • farahmo Oct 12, 2008

    this is my printer model and maker
    hp deskjet 3840

  • farahmo Oct 12, 2008

    here is a photo i hope it will be helpful to you to understand what is going on

  • Wesley Gardner
    Wesley Gardner May 11, 2010

    make and model of the printer please

  • Jonathan May 11, 2010

    I think a picture would be nice if you can.

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Remove the driver of your printer, the reboot your system and install it then check

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