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Re: light spots on picture
Try changing the paper, newly opened and not old stock, in these cold days, chances are there were some humidity or moisture on your paper, the spots that you saw could probably caue by poor transfer of image to your medium (paper)
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Here's a link to the user's guide that will provide you with a detailed explanation and walk-through on how to print and evaluate a print quality report specifically to you printer. The solution is too lengthy to post here.
All printers require that all inks are to be full or not empty before it can print your document or print your pictures. So what i can suggest for you to purchase a new set of ink cartridges or have a refill if its available. You can also choose the black and white option or grayscale but i think your pictures have different color aside from black and white so it getting a refill would be the best option. Hope i was able to help you with your problem. Have a great day
most likely you have a flat spot on the roller.
that is exactly what is going to happen, when the paper hits the flat spot or a low spot. the paper stops and skips. them the print is coming out smeared.
you can get a repair kit or replacement roller from HP.
If you are using Glossy paper, when you go to print make sure to go into the printer Properties from the Print dialog box and select Glossy paper in the type. This will put the printer into it's highest print quality mode.
So from most windows applications, it would be :- CTRL-P (to print with dialog box for changes) Click on Properties Select a Media type of glossy photo paper Select standard or high print quality.
p.s. you may need to experiment which if the media types gives you best quality for the paper your using, unless it's Canon paper and then just match it up.