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Default paper option

I changed the paper size on my preference once to photo, now it continues to stay there. It will not stay at the regular default for plain print, only 4 x 6 not matter how many times I put it back to regular and apply.

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Hi,

You can try to do these steps >>

click on start > control panel > printer n faxes > right click properties > print a test page > see if it prints in a correct format .

in case it doesnot >

delete the printer icon > from printer n faxes .
unplug the usb cable > go to device manager > uninstall imaging devices > restart the computer .
plug in the usb cable > u shud see found new hardware wizard > follow the steps n install teh basic drviers once again.

It shud be working .

Take care n thanks !!

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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