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My printer is printing garbage, characters, lines, smears, but no words.

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Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling your printer driver? You can do this by clicking on start and selecting printers and faxes from the start menu. Right click on your printer icon and select 'delete'.
Once your printer icon is deleted, click on 'add printer' at the top left of the screen. Let Windows auto detect your printer after which it should install your printer software automatically. Restart your pc and try using your printer again.

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